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(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Running multiple sites like this may not be for everyone. You may have decided to switch back. It's pretty easy, so here's how. Delete any extra sites you may have created. Move the content and users to the main blog or wherever...

When you created a network of multiple sites in WordPress 3.0, you (the main blog admin) because a Super Admin with all kinds of fun powers. In some situations, you may desire to have additional Super Admins who can do things like install plugins &...

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 so we can...

Sorry for the convoluted title, it's more for search engines. I've found there's quite a few different ways people phrase what they want, but here's how to do it. Ultimately, you will wind up with a separate page off the main blog with a list...

Our larger WordPress MU install, Homeschool Journal has been running on multiple databases for about 3 years. Technically, it's possible to have thousands of blogs in a single database install. Usually where people running MU start to have issues with the number of blogs is...

(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...

Sometimes in a WordPress network, you may wish to have a theme enabled just for one site, and restrict access to this theme by other sites. The main blog is a good example, because you do not want users able to choose the exact same...

One of our handy development trick is the judicious use of the hosts file on our local computer. This file controls access to various domains by the use of specifying alternative IP addresses. Usually, this file has very few entries, with the most common being...

Coming in 3.1, the Super Admin menu will be shuffled off to its own admin area, thus making the distinction really clear between global network actions and site-specific ones. I wrote about this back here. "But Andrea," some of you have said, "My menus for my...