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...

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...

Here's a plugin complete with a widget that lets the site admin pick and choose which posts to feature. A backend menu is created where the admin can input a sitewide feed. In MU, the menu item is under site Admin, and in regular WordPress,...

Note: This WordPress plugin has been submitted to the weblogtooolscollection plugin competition 2009. Working with a single large export file can be difficult. Use this plugin to create multiple export files that contain sections of your blog. This plugin has been tested on WP versions 2.7...

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,...

I think this comes up in the forum at least once a week, so here's some handy tips & instructions. First though, some explanations of the terminology. Hook - what a plugin does when we want it to "hook" into, or run with, whatever wordpress is...