WORDPRESS TUTORIALS

In February of 2008, WPMU Tutorials blog was created to help pass on information learned about WordPress MU. Focusing on the how-to for both new users and more experienced developers, it quickly became a go-to source for WordPress Multi site information.

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Since our launch in 2008, the WordPress WPMU Tutorials videos have helped more than thousands of beginners learn how to use WordPress!

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We update the WordPress videos with every major release of WordPress, ensuring you're always up-to-date! Current version: 4.8

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Boone has a nice snippet to toss in mu-plugins to safely delete spam across all network blogs. Which will help you clear up spammy post and comment which could be slowing your site down and poses a major security risk. Please note this is more......

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