Multisite is the WP baby, and it can’t do everything you want because we haven’t written it all yet. That’s all there is to it.
Two years ago I wrote up how you move your main site into blogs.dir. Now that 3.5 is here, I decided to write how you move everything to uploads/sites. You don’t have to do this to keep using WordPress, I just thought it would be fun.
Over 75% of your followers on Facebook never see your posts. If that sobering fact doesn’t get your attention, nothing will.
When two words are very similar, it’s easy to get confused. Which witch is which? Whether, weather, and wether. Affect vs effect… Okay, you know, English sucks. We have way too many words that will drive you to drink, and if you know anyone who’s learned English as a second language, please take time to… Read more about Subdomain vs Domain
Stealing GPL isn’t impossible, it happens more often than I’d like, and it could be easily avoided with a simple attribution of effort.
Happy Hanukkah. Check out my totally awesome interview with Code Poet.
Short and sweet Google makes a change that ain’t gonna make people happy.
All of my Multisite eBooks, both PWYW and Kindle, have been updated for WordPress 3.5 (which is due any second now).
Just want to use DreamHost for DNS? You can do that! Login into your Panel and go into Domain > Registrations. Click the “Add Hosting” button on the far right. It will redirect you to a new page and from that page you can select from “Fully Hosted, Redirect, etc”. The very last one is… Read more about Domain Registration, No Hosting
Unravelling the login loop when you break WordPress Multisite.
Delving further into themes and how to segregate types of themes. You didn’t know they had types? now you do.
Want to change your WordPress Multisite from sub.domain.com to domain.com/sub? It’s not that hard, though it can be annoying if you have a lot of sites.