The development version of Domain Mapping is ready for testing with installs where WordPress is installed in its own folder. The development version also has a number of warnings fixed in it. The required WP version has been updated to 3.1. The development version above has had no feature changes.
Boone has a nice snippet to toss in mu-plugins to safely delete spam across all network blogs. Please note this is more for intermediate site admins.
My profile on WordPress.org has almost 30 plugins listed. I wrote (or contributed to) some of these to fill a vacancy (at the time) in basic functionality available in the community. There are others that I wrote as part of a development project. There are several that we have never used on our sites. Over [...]
Donncha has updated WP Super Cache again and has quite a long post about it. One thing that stood out for me is that if you are using it in multisite you can disable specific blogs from being cached. Whoa. Nice one!
One thing I get asked occasionally, which is really easy to do, is how do you make a theme demo site? Maybe you’re getting into the premium theme business (jump in, just do something different ), maybe you have a bunch of pro / developer packages and just want a white label site for your [...]
Turns out there’s a wee bug in multisite in 3.3 with the upload limits. If you;re limiting upload space on user’s sites, it gets stuck at 50mb. Patch is here in the meantime.
How many multisite installs are out there, anyway? In a recent forum post unrelated to multisite but using those numbers for comparison, Jane gave some numbers: We can’t really get very accurate stats, because we only know about *installs* that phone home, not number of users on each one who might need the multisite menus. [...]
I’ve been asked this a few times, as it is not obvious from the admin area where users are supposed to go to sign up – either for a user or a new site in multisite. You can change the registration settings under Network Admin -> Settings. For members of the public, direct to them [...]