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While I try and figure out where my words went, and if there's anything new left to write about multisite that I haven't already, I'd like to highlight this post from Helen, on customizing the special multisite dashboards. A small thing that can bring great...

As I do my daily support tasks and forum volunteering, I still see a few people back on WPMU 2.9.2 - or even earlier. If this is your situation, please stop reading this post right now and schedule time to upgrade. "But I can't upgrade!" Yes, yes...

Update Aug 26, 2011 Today I pushed out version 0.2.4 which has script fixes for link insertion & cross domain support for IE (tested with 8 & 9). It's the go version. Those two issues with IE were the only things we found since 0.2.3. Update...

Andrea & I are going to be on vacation for a couple weeks. I knew I wouldn't be around after WP 3.2 was released, so I tested some of the network specific plugins against the latest RC. Latest Release was compatible with WP 3.2RC3: SharDB 2.7.5 Sitewide Tags...

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Since WordPress 3.0 was released we've had quite a few inquiries about the possibility of having the same menu across a network. This morning I had a bit of time to pull together a small plugin that accomplishes that. Basically what...

A quick note for the RSS subscribers that I updated the Multiple BuddyPress Social Networks to include instructions on getting the forums to work correctly in a multi-network configuration....

Some of the security changes in WP 3.1.3 causes Sitewide Tags to create a new post in the tags blog every time the post is updated after it's been published. I've updated the development version. The development version should work correctly for WP 3.0 through...

Since the merge of WordPress and WordPress MU, WordPress has supported running multiple WP networks in the same WP install. This site has been part of a multi-network install for more than two years. In WordPress, the networks are almost completely separated. The only thing...

In mid-March we had a couple users sign up at our GenesisConnect demo site in short succession. A few hours after the second registration both users posted numerous spam links to the activity stream. A quick check of the access log showed that both users...

Sometimes when creating a network in multisite and picking subfolders, you may find the subfolder blogs have no theme applied (seemingly) or they are unstyled, and you cannot login to the sub sites admin area What went wrong? Well, on the WordPress side.. nothing. This is all...