his time I set up a new sub-directory, and installed a fresh copy of WP. Some trial and error, a little forum hunting, and a multisite install I now have. Hooray! That is just via the sub-directory method, though. I’d have to try again on the main level of a site to see if I could get the sub-domain version working.
Now I just have to figure out how to do it on an existing install without messing up everything already in place…
Dare I risk my other blog? It’s really only two files that are changed to make it work, or not work, as the case may be… Every page is generated on the fly, just like it is normally. And now that I kind of have a better idea of what I was probably doing wrong last night, I think I might be able to get it working as a sub-domain version instead.
Sub-domains look like this: blog.mydomain.com. Whereas sub-directory structures look like this: www.mydomain.com/blog/.
I really want to try to get the sub-domain version working… So, I’m off to potentially break things again. I least I don’t have to wait for a backup to download this time!