Multi Domains + Gravity Forms Create Site Form

Hey Guys,

Hoping I can get some help with the Multi-Domains plugin. I would like to use the Developer Add on: User Registration from Gravity Forms for users to register new sites under the network.

The multisite is set up to create sites as sub domains, however the Network Domain is not the one I want users to use for their sites.

For example: is location of network/multisite where user needs to register their site is domain I want users to use for their sites (

Note, that I don’t want user to have the option to use

So when using the Multi Domain plugin and in the dashboard as a admin, you of course have the choice of which domain you would like to use when creating sites.

But what I am asking for help with is NOT to get that feature in the dashboard on the frontend form for creating sites….

…but rather for when users to create a site on the front end, for their new site to be automatically assigned to

am I making any sense? :slight_smile:

I want users to be able to access a Gravity Forms user registration form on where they can create their own site that automatically assigns it as a subdomain of without any indication to the user on the front end.

Hope you can help!



  • aristath
    • Recruit

    Hello there @Nimruzir,

    If you want a domain to be unavailable to other uses, then from your dashboard go to Network Admin => Settings => Multi-Domains.

    Edit the domain you want to be private and you should see a “Domain Visibility” setting there.

    Simply change that from public to private.

    I hope that helps!



  • Nimruzir
    • Site Builder, Child of Zeus

    Hi there Ari,

    Thanks for you help.

    Yes, I have already tried doing that option, however, making it private doesn’t help. It works for the normal wordpress register page, but when using Gravity Forms it is overriding it.

    What do I need to do?


  • Nimruzir
    • Site Builder, Child of Zeus

    Hi Ari,

    I have just tested the setup by actually deleting the network domain I don’t want users to use from the Multi-Domain menu. This did not make any difference and Gravity Forms is still using the network domain for registrations.

    Also I will open up the support access for you to test on my site. The site has gravity forms and multi-domain installed, and is for demo purposes only, so feel free to do what you like to the site.

    Let me know if extending the access period would help!



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