Cloaking


#1

I have a question about cloaking… [July 6, 2016 - 4:30 PM GMT -3, EASTERN BRAZIL TIME]

The facts are the following.

  1. I have several domains hosted at dreamhost. Among them, say, mydomain.com.

  2. I have several blogs HOSTED AT WORDPRESS.COM. Among them, say, myblog.wordpress.com.

What I want is to have “mydomain.com” operate as fully equivalent to “myblog.wordpress.com”.

THIS MEANS:

a) I want to type “http://mydomain.com” in the address line of a browser and have this command take me to “http://myblog.wordpress.com” and I want “mydomain.com” to show on the top of the browser as if it were the real address of the content;

b) I want to type “http://mydomain.com/about” in the address line of a browser and have this command take me to “http://myblog.wordpress.com/about” and I want “mydomain.com/about” to show on the top of the browser as if it were the real address of the content;

c) I want to type “http://mydomain.com/wp-admin” in the address line of a browser and have this command take me to “http://myblog.wordpress.com/wp-admin” and I want “mydomain.com/wp-admin” to show on the top of the browser as if it were the real address of the content.

AND SO ON.

I have tried CLOAKING on the dreamhost “manage domains” option, and “a”, above, works right, but not “b” and “c”.

If, after I am taken to the WordPress blog, I use internal menu items of the blog (like going to a particular post), I go do the post, but on top of the browser nothing is changed to indicate that I am not in any longer in the “Home” page of the blog.

If, after I am taken to the WordPress bog, I simply add “/wp-admin” to the “http://mydomain.com” that shows on top, nothing happens: the browser or WordPress simply cannot handle that.

What should I do to get exactly what I want and need?

THAT IS IT. Thank you.

Eduardo Chaves

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