Troubleshooting network configurations


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Troubleshooting network configurations

Okay, now I have got my WordPress Multisite installation finished and theoretically everything is configured correctly. However, I know that in some cases you may run across some errors. So let's take a look at some of the more common errors and how you can fix them. First of all, you might get an error message telling you that the network cannot be enabled. This occurs when the Site URL is different from the Home URL inside of WordPress. In order to fix that, simply go into your Settings, choose General, and make sure that the Home URL field and the Site URL field are identical. If they're not, change them to be identical.

If your Site URL is a localhost, you will notice that you are only able to use subdirectories. So unfortunately if you are trying to use subdomains on a localhost install of WordPress Multisite, it's not going to work. You will have to switch this install type over to a subdirectory install. If your Site URL is an IP address, you are only able to use subdi...

Troubleshooting network configurations
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Troubleshooting network configurations provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by Justin Seeley as part of the Creating and Managing a Blog Network with WordPress

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