I created my WordPress Multisite this week. In doing so, it created the network domain of example.net instead of my original site domain of http://www.example.net
I also created a new site in my network at members.example.net. This site is where my business team will access members only resources and information. I've setup all of the login/registration pages using Ultimate Member. It is working beautifully, but...
If team members and/or visitors go to our public site - http://www.example.net - and type "example.net" instead, they are directed to a network registration page. This allows them to register for a network account.
I've had 2 team members register on this network site rather than on the members site.
Is there a way to tell WordPress to go to a different site instead of example.net? A redirect to our public site, http://www.example.net? Or not allow user registration on the network, but only on the members site? If a user needs network access, I want to be the only one to register users to the network while still allowing users to register for the members site.
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