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I have moved a site (www.example.com) to a multisite installation. The path is 'sites/www.example.com'. I am reading that adding the 'www' to the sites folder is a no-no.

www.example.com - Works but..

example.com - Doesn't.

I tried creating a symlink 'example.com -> /home1/username/public_html/sites/www.example.com/

also, tried adding "$sites['example.com'] = 'www.example.com';" to my sites.php, but..nothing.

If I rename the folder to 'example.com' all of the paths in the database will be broken. Any ideas?

  • It's weird. it worked for me either way, both with sites/www.example.com and sites/example.com. What's in your htaccess? And does it work for you the other way around (except for the paths, of course, but does the site works)? – Mołot Sep 30 '15 at 22:36
  • What are on the vhost? Which ip/url resolves when you try www.example.com or example.com? – gerzenstl Sep 30 '15 at 23:09
  • Sorry guys! It looks like the nameserver wasn't pointing correctly. Thanks gerzenstl for your suggestion to look at what ip/url it resolves to! – Three_cs Oct 1 '15 at 21:26
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Rename the folder to example.com, create a 'sites.php' file in /sites, then add the following:

<?php
$sites = array (
  'www.example.com' => 'example.com',
);

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