I could use a steer on Domain mapping vs multi domains. In one instance, I own 3 domains and want to run them on a multisite, so one on root, and two subfolder installs, then map these two to different stand alone domains. What's the best way to handle that ..? I see I can do add-on domains, and my only issues that way might be customer emails - I am running woocommerce stores on all three btw.
I am looking into this to see if I can get all three to run into one merchant gateway which requires one url, so I thought this might work.
My other scenario is a multisite set-up which I want to run on my server and domain, but whitelabel for a client - i.e. runs on my domain but looks like his, or a set of subdomains of his domain...or his clients.. so I set-up a multisite for him to run marketing sites from for himself and his clients. The whitelabel multisite would be set-up on whitelabel1.mydomain.com and I'd want to map that root to his chosen domain, then allow him to create and operate client sites from his whitelabel multisite and map them to hisclient1.com or hisclient2maindomain.com/marketing, or marketing.hisclient3.com or such.. is this do-able and which one of the solutions would work in this scenario - domain mapping or multi domains.. I couldn't quite figure it out, can test it of course but thought I'd ask the experts first.. :slight_smile: