Basics

As an addendum to this post, there's a few extra tables in WPMU 1.3, which should officially be released any day now. wp_1_terms wp_1_term_relationships wp_1_term_taxonomy There are all related to the internal tag system now available in Wordpress 2.3. You may also have noted that MU is now following...

WordPressMU creates the following tables upon installation: wp_1_categories wp_1_comments wp_1_link2cat wp_1_links wp_1_options wp_1_post2cat wp_1_postmeta wp_1_posts wp_blogs wp_blog_versions wp_registration_log wp_signups wp_site wp_sitecategories wp_sitemeta wp_usermeta wp_users A quick read will show that all table with the prefix wp_1_ will be associated to the blog with id #1. When a second blog is added to the system, those tables will be called wp_2_ , and so...

Many people just want to see what's on the menu before installation, so here's some screenshots specifically dealing with the site Admin menu. Most other menus are exactly like the stand-alone version of Wordpress. (I'll get to the exceptions later.) The Site Admin index Blogs Control blogs. Users...

The question of deleting blogs comes up frequently. What happens when a user deletes their blog? A site admin? When do you a delete a user's blog? Well, the answer is- it depends. When a user chooses to delete their blog, they are asked to confirm. This...

One of the first things people want to know is the major differences in code between the stand-alone version WordPress and WordPressMU. The official FAQ says: How much code does it share with regular WordPress? Basically WordPress MU is a wrapper around the core WP code that...