WordPress with multiple TLDs

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I have setup a WordPress multi-site instance on my account. Rather than using the defaults of WordPress subdomains or subfolder options I need to setup each WordPress site with its own TLD (top level domain). How do I do this? I know how to use the Add-on domain option in CPanel. Also, I have seen that WordPress has a few multi-site TLD plugins, namely, MU Domain Mapping plugin. I want to know the best and most stable way to do this.
Hello Accessplanet, Thanks for the question about setting up WordPress multi-site with each site being a TLD. You have pretty much hit the nail on the head with what you stated in setting up each TLD as an add-on domain. You will need to use the WordPress plugin: WordPress MU Domain Mapping, to properly map each domain after you create it and then add it in your WordPress installation. In fact, the WordPress documentation identifies what you're doing and even shows an example of it. If you're looking for a recommendation, then follow the WordPress documentation as I have linked it. I hope this helps to answer your question, please let us know if you require any further assistance. Kindest regards, Arnel C.