WordPress MultiSite 101

WordPress MultiSite 101

WordPress MultiSite 101

If you only knew how many times Andrea and I sat and complained “There should be an (updated) ebook!” you’d wonder why it took us so long. Setting up a new WordPress install is pretty easy. Setting up Multisite requires just a little more savvy, and the information is all over the place. This ebook strives to pull it all together, explain you what skills you need to get started, and move you to the next step: running your own Network. Think of it as a basic tutorial in running your own Mul


WordPress Website Design – The Absolute Beginner’s Guide To Building A Professional Looking Website From Scratch

Wordpress Website Design - The Absolute Beginner's Guide To Building A Professional Looking Website From Scratch

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    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent, fast read, October 28, 2012

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    This review is from: WordPress MultiSite 101 (Kindle Edition)
    I really enjoyed this book! The book starts out with a great step-by-step howto. It’s a short, fast read (maybe an hour) but really seems to cover most of the things that are important, such as caveats and features. It covers step-by-steps like how to make plugins apply across your entire network or just individual sites, and even how to configure Apache .htaccess. It also includes some great links to some plugins that make some things a lot easier! Also, it supports the latest version of 3.4, which is critically important since it’s changed so much in recent versions. (Note: multisite replaces WPMU/WordPress MultiUser edition and is now included in WordPress, and this e-book completely covers that in detail.)

    Wishes: it was a little hard to follow without sitting next to your computer. If you’re out and about, expect to be trying to remember where you saw that screen or option. A little bit more depth would be good, especially in advanced topics like extracting a site from Multisite, the risks and caveats of Multisite (like that it’s hard to separate out a site and there’s no simple way to do it short of lots of database dumping), and things like wp-config hacks. Would love to see a lot more detail in things like the domain mapping plugin, perhaps nginx configuration for multi-site, and things to speed up delivery of files that are being delivered in multisite (since they’re all going through a PHP file.) A reference appendix for the various directories, wp-config multisite settings, and configuration screens would be a great addition, too.

    This book definitely covers a lot of things that I discovered myself only by accident and even with the above wishlist, it’s highly recommended!!


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