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Almost real domain mapping, need some help, thanks! (3 posts)

  1. italways
    Posted 16 years ago #

    Thanks to the wild card domain redirection support on Bluehost, I can easily set a domain ( ) redirect to one blog on my wpmu ( now, the subdirectories and files under this blog won't be a problem anymore. e.g, you can access, it will redirect to

    Okay, now it seems there is only one step away from the real domain mapping, replace the with in the url address of the browser, do not let it change to after access it. I assume it could be done in htaccess file, but I tried some times and failed, am I wrong?

    Is there anybody can give me some suggestions? or clue? thanks a lot!

  2. Trent
    Posted 16 years ago #

    Have you check out this thread italways? It has some .htaccess code and some great ideas on getting the domain mapping working.


  3. italways
    Posted 16 years ago #

    Hi, Trent, thanks for your reminding. I did search through the forum and tried some solutions, including those in the thread you mentioned, but unfortunately, I still could not make it work.

    Now I have another question, is it feasible that domain mapping works in subdirectory wpmu installation? since I saw most solutions are for subdomain wpmu installation. Is there anyone who knows more about this? thanks a lot!

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