You want options? We got options! Different ways to handle per-site functions on a Multisite network!
Multisite may not want to quit you, but you can force it to release one site on your network if you try.
Guess who is up on WPTV now?
How to recover a lost super admin account. Also remember, you are not Oprah.
I’ll be talking at WordCamp San Francisco
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.
All of my Multisite eBooks, both PWYW and Kindle, have been updated for WordPress 3.5 (which is due any second now).
Unravelling the login loop when you break WordPress Multisite.
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.
Want to use Google Apps for email? It works with Multisite just fine!
The easiest way to run a Multisite network with subdomains is to use wildcard subdomains, because they’ll automagically map anything.yourdomain.com to yourdomain.com and WordPress will in turn translate that for you. When you’re on shared hosting, you can’t do that. But don’t worry! If you’re willing to do it manually, every time you have a […]