Introducing WordPress Multisite 110
I promised a sequel and I delivered. I hope you guys find it helpful. The sequel is out, and it’s longer than the original. Weighing in at over 80 pages, WordPress Multisite 110 has even more information about WordPress Multisite!
Why a sequel and not a second edition? There were more things to add than a few extra plugins. Branching into a little more philosophy and explanations to the whys, Multisite 110 hopes to be the second handbook you’ll need. The funny thing is most people who read my site regularly don’t need this at all. But your clients might. Imagine being able to hand that off to them saying ‘I’ve got you started, here’s how you can make it epic.’
Oh yes, with a Creative Commons release, you can pass this on to your clients as you like. I won’t stop you, just don’t sell it to them. If you want to get into the shenanigans, you can bill them for it, but not sell it. Yeah, licenses will kill us all one day. Speaking of licenses, there’s code in this one, and it’s all under GPL2 (most of it’s also on this site already).
What’s not in it? Deep diving into the database. Fixing everything… There’s no way to cover everything. This one gets into the machinations of how you make a multisite where everything looks the same, or where your admins aren’t admins at all. Favicons? Got that covered too! The White Page of Death? How to figure out what plugin you want? Man, you know I got your back! Backups, control, security, uploads… the list isn’t endless, but there’s a lot going on.
Check out WordPress Multisite 110
The post title of ‘Electric Boogaloo’ comes from a movie that came out in 1984: Breakin’ Two: Electric Boogaloo. All sequels should have that sub-title