Hardware: VPS bought online (Hetzner) YunoHost version: 4.3.5 I have access to my server : Through SSH and through the webadmin Are you in a special context or did you perform some particular tweaking on your YunoHost instance ? : no
Hi all, I’m Friso from NL and I’ve been using Yunohost for about a year now. Very handy system. Thanks for making my life easier.
Description of my preferred use case:
I’ve installed a wordpress application that I’d like to target from multiple domain names. E.g.: domainname.one / domainname.two / anotherdomain.three should all go to the same wordpress site, there I will alter certain content according the the domain.
How do I go about setting this up in YunoHost? I could not find the answer in the help files or on this forum. I hope there are people out there with a few helpful suggestions. Thanks in advance.
Could it be that you look for a multisite installation? It is an option when installing Wordpress,
That would give three distinct sites if I recall correctly. Of course you can point three domains to a single Wordpress installation (using the redirect app), but that would give an identical site for the three different entry points.
Did you have a look at the Wordpress plugins over at Wordpress, if there is something that matches your needs?
Hi Boudewijn, thanks for your help. The redirect plugin might be a solution. Except after I set an invisible redirect I get a 502 redirect ngynx error on the redirected domain. Any idea what could be the issue now?
Ah, ok. I think I can not help you with this myself, but I try to describe your situation to make sure I understand correctly. Among other domains and services, your Yunohost runs
Wordpress “Friso’s Blog”
No matter whether people visit fri.nl or so.nl, they will always see “Friso’s Blog”, not knowing that it is actually running on friso.nl; the text on the site is identical in each case, but the address that they see in the browser is different (either fri.nl, so.nl or friso.nl, depending on what they typed in their browser).
Is there any more information in the nginx-logs?
I think the term you are looking for is reverse proxy. Maybe when you read about some use cases for reverse proxies via nginx, you will recognize your situation. When not, it is still a step forward in narrowing your problem.