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WordPress fix Unexpected Subdirectory Structure for Subdomain Groups

Discussion in 'Misc WordPress Requests' started by stratact, Nov 30, 2017.

  1. stratact


    Unexpected Subdirectory Structure for Subdomain Groups, by stratact

    I recently started creating a multisite having subdomains instead of subdirectories, and using the BuddyPress plugin to create several subdomain groups under each subdomain. For this multisite, I expected only a subdomain structure for each subdomain group, and not any “subdirectory” groups.

    So I’m wondering why do my Subdomain Group Directory pages (e.g. subdomain.domain.org/groups) incorrectly show their group links as subdirectories instead of subdomains. For example, a group called “Test” has link subdomain.domain.org/groups/test/ instead of test.subdomain.domain.org

    And I’m also wondering why does each group under each subdomain have both a subdomain structure (i.e. its own subdomain site that was expected and wanted) and a subdirectory structure (didn’t expect it, and don’t want it).

    So, to repair these problems, what should I do to get rid of the my subdomain groups’ subdirectory structures but retain their subdomain structures (keeping their subdomain sites intact), and henceforth have the groups’ links on my Subdomain Group Directory pages correctly point to their subdomain groups instead of pointing to their subdirectory groups?

    Note that I’m not using a temporary or sandbox site, so I need to password protect my entire multisite while it’s under development.

    Thanks in advance

    Unexpected Subdirectory Structure for Subdomain Groups

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