If you have your WordPress multisite installed on a subdomain like
wp.example.com, this plugin removes the
wp. part from new subdomain sites.
It only makes sense for WordPress Multisite installations (former WordPress MU).
Download version 1.2 here:
How to actually use this?
You probably want to follow my guide Howto use subdomain WordPress Multisite 3.x (3.0 and 3.1) without dashboard site?…
If you’re in a hurry, in short:
- Install plugin
- If your dashboard (hub page) isn’t called
wp.example.com, you have to change
REMOVE_DOMAIN_PARTin the plugin to what you use. E.g.
define('REMOVE_DOMAIN_PART', '.mydashboard.');(the dots are important).
- Network activate it
However, you probably want this plugin with a few others to have a good setup. So read the howto.
This release handles frontend signups.
- You have to Network active the plugin now, because it needs to run on the blog sites when they get activated.
- It will rewrite activation emails, removing any instances of
REMOVE_DOMAIN_PARTthat it can find.
- It will now also rewrite the blog URL upon activation
Support the more picky PHP setups. Fixes some errors and warnings.