What I need to do is redirect only some of the sites in my multisite installation to use HTTP instead of HTTPS. Currently my setup has been so that every site redirects to HTTPS but I can’t seem to figure out how to force only some sites to go over HTTP. How would I achieve this?
I currently have three independent WordPress blogs hosted on a single shared server.
The main domain (we’ll call
domain-A is sitting in the
domain-C are separate WP installs residing as subfolders within
public_html. Each of the installs is mapped to its own, unique URL.
Here’s the structure of the server:
/public_html ..core WP files, etc /domain-B ...WP install core files /domain-C ...WP core...
I am attempting to set up a WP multisite, incorporating all 3 blogs under
domain-A as my main parent site.
My plan is to create the multisite in another subfolder in
public_html and once the site is configured, I want to seamlessly – with minimal downtime – swap out the independent sites for the one multisite.
How would I do that?
Here’s what the new server config might look like:
/public_html ..core WP files, etc /domain-B ...WP install core files /domain-C ...WP core... /new_multisite
Ideally, it would be great if I just had one wp multisite install in the root folder and could remove the other independent installs, e.g:
/public_html ... wp multisite core files, etc..
I read some stuff about configuring my local
hosts file on my system to be able to re-route the IP address to a domain URL (still a little fuzzy on some of the details of that) but I don’t see how that helps with a live site and/or a remote server.
Also, is it safe to create a "sandbox" site in a subfolder on the shared server? How can I keep this folder undiscovered or inaccessible? I am considering doing the setup on my local computer using WAMP as a dry run but I’ll still have to contend with uploading it to the live server, testing it, then making the switch from 3 independent blogs to one multisite.
Edit: I’m learning now that
.htaccess can be used to control redirects to a subdomain, so theoretically, all requests to the original domain(s) can be redirected to sites/domains within the multisite. Obviously, the specifics of this starts to get a little hairy.
Thanks in advance,
Say, I am using YouTube, Quora, etc.
Can they detect my IP address if I use VPN?
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Would it be secure to:
- Store all my website cookies (stack sites, webhost, github, web-based email, etc) on a remote server (using an customized open-source VPN or something)
- Login to the server with password + 2fa (and maybe have a trusted devices list?)
- Keep the cookies only on the server… never actually download them to any of my devices
- When visiting stackexchange.com, for example, my server would send the cookies to stack exchange, get the response, and send it back to me, but REMOVE any cookies & store them only on my server
Benefits (I think):
- I could keep diverse and very strong passwords for every website, but don’t store the passwords anywhere digitally (keep them on paper in a safe at home or something)
- logging in to all the sites I use on a new device only requires one sign in (to my custom VPN server)
- Only cookies would be stored digitally, so if anything went wrong server-side, my passwords would be safe & I could disable all the logins through each site’s web-interface
Problems (I think):
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- The time & energy & learning required to set something like this up.
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- Encrypt each cookie with a simple password, short password or pin number
- An encryption key that updates daily (somehow)
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Why not just sign into the browser and sync cookies across devices?
- Signing into Firefox mobile & Firefox on my computer doesn’t give the cookies to Twitter’s or Facebook’s web-browsers (that frustratingly always open first instead of taking me to my actual browser!)
- It’s not as cool?
- That would require me to trust a third-party (of course, I’ll ultimately have to trust my web-host to some extent)
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