wordpress-mu-plugins

by andrea

What is the mu-plugins folder?

Users of WordPressMU have long been aware of a folder within wp-content called mu-plugins. Obvious conclusions were drawn because of the name and where it was, but this actually stands for “must-use” plugins. Why? Because any code (plugin) placed in the folder is run automagically, as if it were part of WordPress itself. (Yeah, that…

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Everything you wanted to know about creating a network of multiple sites in 3.0

While the basic of Creating a network are in the codex, there are a few extras that it’s hard to know exactly where to put them. Before you embark on this new feature to enable multisite, I figured I’d have a one-stop resource page for all the fiddly little bits you need to know. And…

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by andrea

Donncha’s Domain Mapping plugin

One often requested feature is the ability to put a domain name on a sub-blog. Most people are unsure of what to call it, so I’ll tell you – domain mapping. 🙂 While there has been a few ways to approach this in the past, it’s now easier with Donncha’s WordPressMU Domain Mapping plugin. It…

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