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Created 2 Sites in WP, but Dashboard only says 'You have 1 site and 1 user.'

  1. smokeymaverick
    Member

    Hi there,

    I'm trying to run 2 different blogs from one hosting service with 2 different domains. After researching and playing, I see we are able to manage multiple sites from 1 WP install (sweet!). I set up the multi-site changes in the wp-config, followed some how-tos, installed the domain mapping plugin, played with that - but now I'm stuck.

    My main blag site sits in the root web folder (where the WP install sits too). I have created a sub folder within this root web folder, where my 2nd domain resolves to (2nd domain = http://www.lizandiantietheknot.com). Currently, that domain correctly resolves to this sub folder, which is what I want. So far, so good.

    But after playing with the multisites in WP and the domain mapping plug in, something isn't hooked up just right. Check out what I mean:
    My WP subdomin (http://lizandiantietheknot.smokeymaverick.com/) resolves correctly to the right sub folder.
    My 2nd domain (http://www.lizandiantietheknot.com) resolves correctly to the right sub folder.
    But when I try to go to the dashboard for the subdomain of http://lizandiantietheknot.smokeymaverick.com/wp-login.php it doesn't work.... somethings up.

    Further more, when I view "My Sites" in the WP dashboard, I can clearly see the 3 sites I've set up:
    http://www.lizandiantietheknot.com/MySitesSaysThreeSitesExist.gif

    When I view my main WP dashboard however, it only reports that I only have 1 site:
    http://www.lizandiantietheknot.com/DashboardSaysOnly1SiteExists.gif

    So obviously the piping is broken somewhere - can anyone help point me in the right files/area to look for the broken pipe so I can hook it all up?

    Thanks for any help anyone can provide!

    - Ian

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