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Which tool can be used to install wordpress on 50 domains ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by devilived, Jan 6, 2010.

  1. devilived

    devilived Junior Member

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    Hello BHW,

    I just bought a few domains ( about 50), can you suggest me some tools that can be used to set up wordpress on these domains, am on a shared hosting with cpanel!

    Hmm i have fantastico deluxe, but i dont want to install 50 domains one by one using fantastico.

    Thanx
     
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    origin Regular Member

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    Fantastico Deluxe.
     
  3. devilived

    devilived Junior Member

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    yes i use fantastico deluxe, but for 50 domains even with fantastico , it gets tiresome ! any tool or code to run fantastico on all 50 domains at once?
     
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    origin Regular Member

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    AFAIK, no.
    That's why some people are hiring freelancers to do that.

    Setting up database must be from CPanel.
     
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  5. radi2k

    radi2k Junior Member

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    use a WPMU installation with domain mapper plugin ;) works well
     
  6. godsfriend

    godsfriend Registered Member

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    If you plan anyway to have 50 wp installations on one ip you can try this trick to install all in one database.

    Code:
    The easiest and most effective way to convert any CMS to be used
    for addon domains that I?ve found is to simply edit the config files. No joke,
    that?s seriously usually all it ever takes. In my wordpress wp-config.php file I
    grabbed the line that declared the database:
    
    define(?DB_NAME?, ?database1′);
    
    I replaced it with a simple IF ELSE statement to check for the domain and
    define the appropriate database:
    
    if ( $_SERVER["HTTP_HOST"] == 'domain1.com' ) {
    define('DB_NAME', 'database1');
    }
    elseif($_SERVER["HTTP_HOST"] == 'domain2.com'){
    define('DB_NAME', 'database2');
    }else {
    define('DB_NAME', 'database1');
    }
    Which has the fortune that it will be easy to upgrade wp and the plugins.
    Didn't tried it until now, but I found it nice for future projects.

    Share your experience, if you did that.