I’m trying to configure multisites on my one-click wordpress installation. The problem I’m finding is: When I add allow multisite to wp-config
/* Multisite */ define('WP_ALLOW_MULTISITE', true);
On network setup I’m getting the message of Subdomain Installation “Because your installation is not new, sites on your WordPress network must use subdomains. The main site of a subdirectory installation needs to use a modified permanent link structure, with the potential to invalidate existing links.”
I don’t want to install others sites in subdomains. How can I configure this?
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To have sub-directories structure on old WordPress installation while activating the Network feature, you just need to add the following code in your current theme’s functions.php file.
That’s it. Now reload the Network page from Dashboard and you should see option to choose between sub-domain and sub-directory. Once you complete the Network activation process by adding the wp-config.php and htaccess code suggested on next page on Dashboard, you may remove the code from functions.php or even can change the theme template.
I hope this helps. Let me know how it goes.
I’m glad you’ve sorted this! :)
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