Okay. I just had my VPS provider install a Comodo Wildcard cert on my VPS. It covers the main site (domain) and all sub-sites (sub-domains). If I use the newly updated Domain Mapping plugin, do I still need to change my wp-config.ini file and .htaccess file as described here: https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/ssl-https-wordpress/ ???
I get nothing but errors and redirects using those instructions. I've read several posts with various versions of code for config and htaccess files and get more and more errors. Isn't the newly updated Domain Mapping Plugin supposed to take away all this confusion? Help!!
Could I impose on someone to give me a step by step outline to access a wildcard cert on a multisite using the domain mapping plugin with several domains mapped to several sub-domains (sub-sites)? Some sub-sites will want to use SSL, some will not.
I also have a few questions:
1. Can I use Parking or Add-on to make a mapped domain to a sub-domain appear to be under the SSL?
2. Even for login? (https://sub-domain.maindomain.com/wp-admin as http(s)://mappeddomain.com/wp-admin.)
3. If not Parking or Add-on, can I direct a mapped domain page to resolve to its sub-domain page that is under the SSL? (http://mappeddomain.com/page to https://sub-domain.maindomain.com/sslpage)
4. Will adding the Multi-Domain Plugin create new problems?