This post is dedicated to the subject multi-subdomains under WordPress. WordPress more such articles and topics, see on my side. On one side have found some time ago an article on the subject of multi-(sub) domain WordPress, which deals precisely with this issue. He described a very interesting method where multiple blogs on different subdomains or even different domains by means of a WordPress interface to manage. I have described there first Variant implemented right now for my current blog, and two internal test blogs and now briefly describe here my experiences on the topic of multi-sub-domains under WordPress. Challenge The challenge of change was to my existing blog to not “destroy”. So I’m just for test only once a parallel installation to complete my current blog done.
This is for a conversion of existing blogs, of course, not absolutely necessary. A test installation) First, I have to purchase another instance of WordPress 2.0.5 and downloaded them before upload to the server as a “multi-blog” configured (see below first customize the wp-config.php). Then copy the WP files on the server in a new directory. The configuration must then show the subdomain to that directory. Example: blogtest.brandt-net.de ==> blog test / Then go through by calling the subdomain the normal installation of WP! B) Secondly, I have a blog then a test for further configured subdomain. This sub-domain must point to the same directory of the WordPress installation! Example: wptest1.brandt-net.de ==> blog test / Then by calling the second Subdomain (wptest1.brandt-net.de) again go through the normal installation of WP! In the background are then created new tables for the blog (previously configured in the file wp-config.php).