Domain Mapping System Documentation
Overview: How to Map Domains
Configuring DNS Records
Creating Microsites - Multisite Alternative
Global Domain Mapping
Global Archive/Category Mapping
Global Product Mapping for WooCommerce
Query String Parameters
Favicon per Domain
Integrations & Compatibility
Supported Hosting Platforms
Hosting Platform Integrations
SSL for Multiple Domains
CORS Policy Causing Missing Images/Assets
Known Plugin Conflicts
What are DNS Records?
What is a domain Alias?
Why isn't my domain secure?
Is the .htaccess file modified?
How do I join the BETA?
This page explains how to map subdirectories (commonly known as "subpages") on your WordPress site.
You can map subdirectories in the PRO version of the plugin.
To map a subdirectory, simply enter the subdirectory part of the URL in the second field:
Subdirectory Mapping is possible by entering the Subdirectory part of the URL
You can enter as many subdirectories as you want. Do not include the beginning and ending slash, as those are included by default (see screenshot above).
Currently, only one subdirectory of a mapped domain can be mapped. E.g. - you cannot map example-domain.com/test1 and then example-domain.com/test2. This functionality will be supported soon.
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