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Wordpress & Sub-Domains: How to copy this site's url structure?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by oreos, Jun 19, 2013.

  1. oreos

    oreos Newbie

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    rift(.)junkiesnation(.)com
    defiance(.)junkiesnation(.)com
    tera(.)junkiesnation(.)com

    I'd like to do the same thing but for a different niche. I would also like to have the root domain to be a blog as well. I have no idea how to go about this, any help is appreciated.

    I'll be using Wordpress if that helps in anyway to know.
     
  2. crazedspyker

    crazedspyker Senior Member

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    Not sure if I'm reading your question properly. Are you asking how to create subdomains like that? You can create them from your cpanel and then just install wordpress into each one.
     
  3. carlikito

    carlikito Regular Member

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    I'm not sure I understand what you're asking........

    Each domain and subdomain requires its own WP installation, subdomains and domains are 2 different things and can't be used as a directory structure.

    Having said that, look into domain mapping and that might help you.
     
  4. oreos

    oreos Newbie

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    I guess what I"m asking is how do I create a wordpress blog on the root domain example.com, and then create another blog on a subdomain that's connect to the root. I hope that makes a bit more sense.
     
  5. crazedspyker

    crazedspyker Senior Member

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    Go to your cpanel, click the add subdomains button, add how many subdomains you want (with the desired name), and then simply install wordpress separately into each subdomain like you would for any other domain. (including your main domain)