HOw to: WordPress MultiSite with Multi TOP level Domain (TLD)

The most powerful feature of WordPress Multisite is the ability to have multiple sites under one parent WordPress environment. This tutorial will help you add new sites to your WordPress Multisite environment and map a custom domain to the new site.

A lot of article focuses on multisite of WordPress on subdomains but this article will focus on have multisite with Top Level Domain (TLD).

Enabling Multisite on WordPress

For this section, you will need FTP access or SSH access.
Locate the following file, “wp-config.php”, this should in the following location, /var/www/wordpress/

Now you need to locate the following line of text within the file.

“/* That’s all, stop editing! Happy publishing. */”

Add the following line above it.


Save and head back to the wp_admin console.

Installing Multi Site.

Head over to Tools -> Network Setup and hit Install

Multi Site-Network Setup

Head back to wp-config.php and paste the following code and edit .htaccess as per instruction.

Network Access (Domain Mapping)

Now when we log in, you can see the Network Access.
You can now create different sites but we want to have a different domain for each site. You can mess around with the .htaccess file but lets use an easier way.

Install the following WordPress plugin,

You should see the following screen, this allow you to easily access it and map the domain.

Maintain Your Pardot Specialist Certification for Spring ’19

Maintain Your Pardot Specialist Certification for Spring ’19

How can a user select their locale and language settings in Pardot?

A. The user must add a new default language to their Pardot account.
B. The user can select their preferred language by editing their profile.
C. The user selects their preferred language when building out each asset.
D. The user can set it when first logging in, but only if the admin has NOT yet designated it for them.

Answer: B

What can a user do with Engagement History enabled?

A. Automatically add a prospect to a Salesforce campaign when they interact with a marketing asset.
B. View marketing asset performance on a Salesforce campaign that is not connected to a Pardot campaign.
C. Build a custom report type with campaigns and their associated marketing assets.
D. Create marketing assets directly from the campaign object in Salesforce.

Answer: C

Where can a user find Einstein Behavior Scoring?

A. In Pardot, on a prospect record that is syncing with Salesforce.
B. In Salesforce, on a lead record that is syncing with Pardot.
C. In Salesforce, on any lead record.
D. In Pardot, on any prospect record.

Answer: B

How can an admin keep link clicks from email security scanners in their Pardot email reports?

A. Remove the email security scanner IP ranges from the visitor filter table.
B. Apply a filter on the email reports to display all link clicks from all emails.
C. Ask the prospects they email to clear their cookies before opening any more emails.
D. Apply a tag to prospects affected by email scanners and filter the email rep

Answer: A

What is the difference between Einstein Behavior Score and Einstein Lead Score?

A. Lead Score has a range of 1-99 and Behavior Score has a range of 1-50.
B. Lead Score is only available in Sales Cloud and Behavior Score is only available in Pardot.
C. Lead Score is based on field values and Behavior Score is based on prospect engagement.
D. Lead Score is only available on leads and Behavior Score is only available on contacts & accounts.

Answer: C

Maintain Your Marketing Cloud Email Specialist Certification for Spring ’19


What is a consideration of Salesforce Marketing Cloud’s Two-Step Login?

A. It applies to DMP, Social Studio, and Data Studio logins.
B. It routes your login requests faster and improves overall performance.
C. It helps admins authenticate domain verification
D. It applies solely to non-administrator users.

Answer: B

Which method will verify an email address for sending?

A. Click authenticated email each time a Sender Profile is configured.
B. List the domain on the approved domain list of ‘From Address Management.’
C. Use the domain defined in the account’s Sender Authentication Package (SAP).
D. Open an authentication email with an individual email account.

Answer: C

Which account configuration is required to use Litmus Previews?

A. An active Litmus Pro or Enterprise account
B. Any active Litmus account
C. A Marketing Cloud Litmus integration license
D. Marketing Cloud Admin permissions

Answer: A

A marketer wants to create a custom content block for email creators that will update to show real-time weather information for different weekend hikes. How should the marketer proceed?

A. Engage a developer to create a custom block via the Content Builder SDK.
B. Create a custom content block in Content Builder using Live Images.
C. Use Journey Builder to display different emails based on Contact Data.
D. Create HTML Paste Content Blocks with AMPscript to personalize the emails.

Answer: A

Where are emails created within Journey Builder?

A. Entry Source
B. Email Activity
C. Email Studio
D. Templates

Answer: B

Which tool allows marketers to organize their journeys within Journey Builder?

A. Journey Folders
B. Journey Testing
C. Journey Template
D. Journey Analytics

Answer: A

A marketer needs to delete a contact and all tracking information associated with that contact for compliance reasons. What is a consideration when utilizing Contact Delete functionality?

A. Contacts will be deleted from the Marketing Cloud immediately.
B. Enterprise 2.0 accounts require deletions to originate from the parent account.
C. This feature is available in all Studios and Builder.
D. Contacts will be deleted from All Data Extensions but not All Subscribers.

Answer: B

Where is the Contact status information available after initiating a Contact delete?

A. Contact Delete Request Status extract
B. Deleted data extension in Contact Builder
C. Deleted Contact Tab in Contact Builder
D. Contact Delete Request Status dashboard

Answer: D