What's WordPress' Full URL for Multisite? Can there be even this type of concept? I'm mentioning to full notation counterparts of the pattern:
Are these processed or transformed into something similar to these? I'd assume that they're and so i requested the question.
I am have to it to do URL spinning using NGINX which includes the subsites' names (blog_1, blog_2, blog_3). Such as this:
Browser URL: .http://www.website.com/p/news/publish_444/ -> After sales URL: .http://www.website.com/blog_news/p/publish_444/
I can rewrite the URL if this reaches NGINX but to obtain the consequence of the "new" URL, I'm able to either perform the following:
- proxy_pass. But this will trigger another request, buffer it within the NGINX machine and serve it back because the reaction to the initial request.
- Pass your blog title and parameters to some WordPress index file e.g. /index.php?param=/blog_title/etc/.
I'd appreciate any help or any advice you are able to share.
I recognized that things i was asking isn't something that's revealed by designers as it may pose a burglar risk. It may be something that's not ideal to make use of since the new versions of Wordpress may change approach etc.
Regarding my situation, I simplified the URL pattern. I removed the /lang/ area of the Web addresses and re-named the WordPress blogs in order to minimize the spinning. This solution needed me to 301-redirect that old designs so they won't affect Search engine optimization-ranking.
I am only maintaining British content now so it is a good enough solution for the time being. But eventually, I'll require a more versatility when I have to serve converted content.