In your cpanel enter the wildcard * as a new sub-domain. That may solve your problem.
That is what I did to enable resolving of unlimited subdomains on HostGator.
Now that wordpress 3.0 supports multiple blogs, is anyone looking into building a blog community?
After thinking about it for a long time, I decided to move forward with my blog community project. I was thinking about using wordpress MU. But since I already had wordpress 3 installed, I'am just going to use 3 instead of MU.
One of my spare domain names is a .us extension. So I thought, what better domain extension for a blog community then .us?
The only problem I'am having is the subdoamains, for some reason they do not want to resolve in DNS. So I contacted tech support last night. Hopefully they will have a solution today so I can get this project up and running.
I'll try to keep yall updated as things move forward.
I'll probably start doing that, there is nothing better than running multiple blogs at once, the potential for profits keeps increasing drastically with each blog. I think word press is the only blog software to allow such a thing.
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Thank you Will, that buddy press looks pretty nice, I might to take a serious look into it.
What it is, I have my own personal blog on domain A, forum on domain B, and domain C just sitting there. All three of the domain names are on related topics, so their going to target the same group - but in a different way.
My main blog takes up a lot of my time, so I have nothing left over to put towards domain C. So I thought about building a blogging / social networking community. That way other people can provide the content.
I got wordpress 3 setup for multiuser, but I have to add a wild card sub-domain. Its just something I have been neglecting to do.