I enjoyed reading this post by Pam Aungst about the things that should be taken into consideration when you are trying to determine if managing multiple websites through a Multisite network is the right choice for you — especially when it comes to SEO.
Issue #456 “One of the marvelous things about community is that it enables us to welcome and help people in a way we couldn’t as individuals.” — Jean Vanier, Community And Growth Howdy! Thinking about WordPress history lately in terms of business and product acquisitions, key investments and hires … it says A LOT about…
John Blackbourn has authored a plugin for WordPress Multisite that shares a central media library across all the sites on a Multisite network.
Director of WordPress at Cloudways, Robert Jacobi, talks about WordPress and their WordPress hosting products in this interview with Post Status Publisher Cory Miller.
Earlier today, I tweeted (big news, right?) that the WordPress.com verticals that have been launching left and right seem like little more than SEO plays on the landing pages. Well, James Farmer, founder of Edublogs – a huge WordPress Multisite instance for educators – has laid it all on the table. Never one to hold…
Corey Collins goes in depth on the WebDevStudios blog to offer a solution to a problem experienced by many Multisite users: for sharing sidebars across a Multisite instance. The solution uses transients to store everything and a small AJAX function for clearing the transient when sidebars or widgets update.
Here’s a WordPress plugin to register custom taxonomies on your entire multisite network from Harvard University‘s T.H. Chan School of Public Health.