Could have great potential for data to use for testing WordPress sites.
Recently I have been working on a number of multisite installs of WordPress. The largest of these has been for a multisite install that is being used as an Intranet in a corporate environment. To help see the site from other users’ perspective I have been using the excellent User Switching plugin by John Blackbourn. [...]
As part of ongoing work I have been doing using WordPress for our Staff Intranet at work I wanted to build a tracking plugin that would be able to log which users in the WordPress multisite network had viewed different pages and posts and when. Storing the data in a custom table seemed the right [...]
Editing the WordPress profile page on the front end is a good way to provide members on a member site with access to their profile information whilst at the same time keeping them away from the more complex WordPress dashboard.
One thing that I have been looking into is to have a multisite installation of WordPress where the main blog holds master content. This can be be published or broadcast to other sites within the network, particularly when a new site is setup. Therefore you can have network sites that use default content from a master site. I think the solution lies with
restore_current_blog() but I am still looking into this.
I have been using WordPress multisite recently for an intranet project and it is working really well. With more and more sites needed it has been a great way to build sites quickly with a core user and code base. However one problem I have found is protecting the sites for specific users only. Here [...]
Currently I am in the middle of developing an Intranet at work using WordPress. At first the Intranet consisted of one site, with many pages and over 200 users that simply needed to view the site. Over time it has grown and I now have several sub sites doing different things, for less users. It [...]
For the first time since WordPress MU merged into core I have had a dabble with WordPress multisite, or what is now called a WordPress network of sites. Perhaps more importantly in this instance the install was on a Windows IIS7 server and therefore I wanted to make sure things worked as they should. Using sub directories things seem to be fine, although I still have a lot of testing to do.
Handy little tip to make the WordPress Logo on the login screen link to your site.
Very handy graphic showing the WordPress dashboard menu slugs, order numbers and names etc. Excellent for when you want to customize the menu.