For the past two years, Rachel McCollin been running almost all of her client sites on a single Multisite network and hasn’t looked back. Keeping sites up-to-date takes a fraction of the time, she only has one backup schedule to manage, and if she ever needs to move her sites, she knows it will be a relatively easy job. So how does she make it work? Here’s how.
The site settings for Multisite can be confusing at best, and the WordPress Codex doesn’t help one bit – the accompanying entry has been marked incomplete for years! So we decided to roll up our sleeves and delve into the murky waters ourselves and create the only full list of Multisite options for WordPress users.
Multisite networks are one thing, but a network of Multisite networks? Yes, it is entirely possible – and not all that difficult to set up.
If you’re running a Multisite or BuddyPress install, spammers and splogs are an inevitable headache. In this article, the second in a series of posts about our free plugins available over at WordPress.org, we show you how to win the war against spam with our free Anti-Splog plugin.