Muse Config. on MultiSite WordPress
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I’m having a bit of trouble trying to configure Muse on a Multi-Site WordPress.
mtw-themes directory is on the root; however, when I render my website, it includes the name of the sub-directory/mtw-themes/…
For example, I looked at the source code an the website is trying to get the CSS from: http://franklinmorillo.com/wp/demo-test/mtw-themes/TEST-THEME/css/index.css
when in reality the URL should be: http://franklinmorillo.com/wp/mtw-themes/TEST-THEME/css/index.css
Thanks for your help!
I installed WP again. I think the problem is that the plugin doesn’t know how to handle multiple sites or I have a mis-configuration.
The WP that is hosted on the root directory works fine, but all the WP that are in sub-directories don’t work.
I move your topic in development, it’s a bug.
Thanks to your feedback.
We will do some test and let you inform. Should i send you some beta versions ?
Yes, I would love to be a beta tester.
Can you replace a PHP line ?
if not, don’t worry, i will send you the plugin but it’s short and if you use multisite i think maybe 😀
plugins/mwuse/mwuse.php line 36define("TTR_MW_TEMPLATES_URL", site_url() . '/mtw-themes/' );
replace bydefine("TTR_MW_TEMPLATES_URL", network_site_url() . '/mtw-themes/' );
define("TTR_MW_TEMPLATES_URL", site_url() . '/mtw-themes/' );
define("TTR_MW_TEMPLATES_URL", network_site_url() . '/mtw-themes/' );
I can. I’m going to test it now
Awesome! It worked! Thank you so much!
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