It’s a holy-grail to many. Make a per-site registration form that will not only let users sign up, but actually add them to the site they signed up from!
I use CPTs on three of my 15 WordPress sites. I never put them in my theme’s function if I can help it.
The saga of self publishing. This is not a how-to, but more of a ‘this is what I did and why’ kind of post.
The sequel is out. It’s still pay what you will. If you like Multisite, this is the next step up.
Add a link to Jetpack’s ‘Stats’ in your per-site menu on the toolbar.
I wrote an ebook about running your own network without tearing out your hair. It’s a cheat sheet for the rest of us.
Moving WordPress is easy. Moving WordPress Multisite is less so, but it can still be done.
There’s a time and a place for everything and that’s WordPress. But there isn’t just one perfect answer to all things! If you use MultiSite, you should be doing it for the right reasons.
Part of being a safe webadmin means protecting myself from myself. And finally, after years, I’ve gotten off my tush to make SSL work on my WordPress installs, for both single and multisite.
WordPress 3.1 removed them. I don’t use ’em but people kvetched so I wrote this over a ‘smoke break.’
If you run a site where anyone can sign up and create a blog, you’re going to encounter splogs and spammers. Be prepared!
Sometimes, when you’re smart and savvy, you make changes that later on shoot yourself in the foot. Here’s what I did, how I solved it, and how to use this as an example of why you just keep trying!