Set up redirects for Multisite-Blogs.
|Author:||Jörn Lund (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||4.8|
|WordPress version tested:||5.8|
|Added to WordPress repository:||16-07-2019|
|Total downloads:||1 714|
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WP Multisite plugin to maintain URL-redirects for Blogs.
- Permanent 301 Redirect to blogs main domain
- Painless installation and activation – no file access necessary.
- Checks domain status
- Supports UTF-8 Domains
- WP-Cli commands
- Set up your DNS. Make sure your Domain points to your WordPress installation. You can achieve this by either setting up an A- or CNAME-Record in your DNS configuration. Your webserver must be configured to handle requests on the given Domain.
- Under Network Admin – Sites edit the site and select the Alias Domains Tab.
- Enter the domain without
/and click “Add”.
- Click “Check Status” to see if it worked. If something went wrong you will see an error message.
If you want to redirect with URL path appended (e.g. from
some-real-blog.tld/some/path), add this to your
define( 'WPMU_BLOG_ALIAS_REDIRECT_WITH_PATH', true );
Warning: The domain matches the site URL of this blog: The Blog is using the domain name as Site URL.
Error: The domain is already used by another site: A different Blog is already using the domain as Site URL. Eiter Remove the alias from the sblog you are currently workin on, or from the other one.
The domain is unreachable: There is likely an error in your DNS or your Webserver configuration. Use
nslookup from he command line or whatsmydns.net to check the DNS-Settings.
The domain or a redirect does not point to this blog: Following all redirects did not end up on your WordPress-Site, but somewhere else. There is likely an error in your DNS or your Webserver configuration.
Listing Domain aliases
List alias domains for blog-id 123
wp alias-domains list --blog_id=123
Output minified json of all aliases
wp alias-domains list --format=json --compact=2
Output csv including the header row but omitting other messages into file
wp alias-domains list --format=csv --compact > alias-list.csv
Add Domain Alias
wp alias-domains add --blog_id=123 --domain_alias=quux.foobar.tld
Remove Domain Alias
Remove a specific alias
wp alias-domains remove --domain_alias=quux.foobar.tld
Remove all aliases for blog 123
wp alias-domains remove --blog_id=123
Testing Domain Aliases
wp alias-domains test --domain_alias=quux.foobar.tld<h3>Development</h3>
Please head over to the source code on Github.
Please use the issues section in the GitHub-Repository.
I will most likely not maintain the forum support forum on wordpress.org. Anyway, other users might have an answer for you, so it’s worth a shot.
Please post an issue in the GitHub-Repository
Thanks! As a well trained person living in a rich country there is little more I need.
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- Fixed main blog redirection
- Test with PHP 8
- Test with WP 5.8
- Feature: auto-remove blog aliases when a blog is being deleted
- Fix: domain check returned false negative if network admin is under ssl and blog URL is not
- Fix: Model class didn’t return insert id. As a result action
blog_alias_createdwas called with a wrong argument
- Plugin-API: introduce filter
- Fix: redirect after activation in WP-Cli environment
- Fix: php warning __wakeup magic method
- Fix: Sunrise and wp-config.php not changed after activation
- Security hardening
- Tested up to WordPress 5.6
- Fix: Wrong table updated after upgrade
- Fix: Not installing on Mysql <=5.6 / InnoDB
- Fix: Support domain names with up to 253 characters
- Fix: Fatal error on entwork activation
- More input validation
- Drop support for PHP 5.5
- Code Refactoring
- Fix: Domain name not visible when alias was created with wp-cli
- Security hardening
- Add Option “Redirect with Path” to network settings page
- Introduce wp-cli –field parameter
- Add support for utf8 domain names
- Fix PHP strict warning
- Option to redirect with path using constant
- Fix: PHP Fatal in sunrise.php if formatting functions are not present
- Fix: Make sure Status check ah´jax is loaded from Network-URL
- Validation: Make sure only hostnames can be entered
- Initial release