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For the fun of it, straight from the plugin page. This is not just a plugin, it symbolizes the hope and enthusiasm of an entire generation summed up in two words sung most famously by Louis Armstrong: Hello, Dolly. When activated you will randomly see a lyric from Hello, Dolly in the upper right of your admin screen on every page. The truth of it, ...
It shows how simple create plugin for WordPress.
Different sites can have different plugins enabled, different sets of users, etc. That's built in to Multisite. The "LMS talking to ecommerce" part will probably require you (or someone you hire) to write some code -- a head start might be to look at switch_to_blog() and restore_current_blog(), and indeed the list of Multisite functions. (Or you can enable ...
I had a similar situation. Have you have checked that in Dashboard>Settings>General Settings Wordpress Address(URL) and Site Address(URL) are the same. That is where my issue was.
Just create a sub directory in your domain root with somename "dev" and put your wordpress files under this directory. Now if your domain name is http://example.com and you have setup under dev directory . Just hit http://example.com/dev, It will automatically show you install.php to install your wordpress in the current directory.
To build a separate site in the domainname.com/subdirectory_name directory while leaving the current site live at domainname.com, you would NOT want to modify the index.php file in the root. Your development site address is simply domainname.com/subdirectory_name
I'm guessing it's chromes cache. Go to chrome's history, then choose "clear browser history" and uncheck everything except for the clear cache, let us know.
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