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actually I'm running a wordpress MU website and each website has its own "life" but now I would like to show last X posts of each blog of my network on the homepage. I know how to do it using Feeds and a plugin named FeedPress but this is a "dirty" way to do it. Is there anyone who knows how to do it? Please Step by Step instructions I'm not a Noob but.... not even a programmer. Thank you to all!

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If you've already got a solution that works using FeedPress you might as well stay with that, there isn't a particularly clean way of aggregating multisite posts into a single blog.

One alternative is to use the Sitewide Tags plugin, but given what you want to do, you should probably stay with what's working.

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Using FeedPress and RSS feeds is an easy solution but it also uses a lot of resources, a few months ago I tested this plugin because I wanted to create a news aggregator but adding 8/9 feeds (with more then 50 daily posts each) increased my server load so much that I had to close the news aggregator due to a lack of performance, this is the reason why I'm trying a different solution like query_post but between different blogs inside the same Wordpress MS installation. –  Downloadtaky Mar 23 '11 at 13:47
    
Do you mean FeedWordPress? I've used that without experiencing heavy load. But if that's a concern then try the Sitewide tags plugin I mentioned in my answer –  anu Mar 23 '11 at 13:57
    
ops, yes, FeedWordpress :-) Ok, I'll try thank you very much for you patience! Anyway I'm still open to new solutions, I love to learn new stuff. –  Downloadtaky Mar 23 '11 at 13:58
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