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I've just converted my local development install of wordpress to a network, and everything seems to work, except the parts of the admin panel relating to network management don't have the correct links (I have the core wordpress files in a "wordpress/" subdirectory.) The network related parts get links generated without the "wordpress/" component, but everything else continues to work correctly.

Is there a step I missed to get my "network" to play nice with this directory setup?

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  • I am pretty sure network sites cannot be installed in a sub-directory, I would start by moving the files to root to see if it fixes the issue.
    – deflime
    Commented Aug 27, 2017 at 8:05
  • unfortunately you're correct
    – jrsa
    Commented Aug 29, 2017 at 20:08
  • if you mean like the wp-skeleton setup for multisite, then maybe this can help?
    – birgire
    Commented Aug 29, 2017 at 23:54

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Wordpress does not support serving a network with the core code in a subdirectory. My site works now that I moved everything back into the root directory.

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Well, according to the WP Codex it should work.

https://codex.wordpress.org/Giving_WordPress_Its_Own_Directory

As of Version 3.5, Multisite users may use all of the functionality listed below. If you are running a version of WordPress older than 3.5, please update before installing a Multisite WordPress install on a subdirectory.

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