Multiple domains, multiple themes, and dynamic switcheroos? I’m going to have to vote no.
Moving Multisite Files. Again? Why not!
Do as much for your users so they don’t have to think or worry. And cache what you can catch safely!
Thoughts on if one should, or should not, try to run their own network of unrelated sites.
How I broke my ecommerce store on the day of a big book release, and subsequently fixed it.
It’s three steps, it takes five minutes, and it’s not impossible at all. Also if you’re having a Multisite ‘redirect loop’ after upgrading to 3.9 read the extra step at the end.
You can’t always get what you want (but if you try sometimes, you just might find, a plugin you need).
Nope. Don’t care. La la la! Not listening to you! I care that you think, not if you use.
Quickly setting up SSL for one domain on my multisite.
Anything you want to do on a Multisite you can do on a single install of WordPress, with the right plugins. But… Maybe there is a good reason for Multisite.
My dreams about a Multisite eshop where I no longer have to say “Today, there is no plugin that can share an inventory between WordPress sites on a Multisite Network.”
Multisite, multisite, multisite! Why is it always Multisite? Listen to me talk on WPwatercooler about Multisite, plugins, and other related shenanigans.