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For remote management of many installations of WordPress, I know of two options, one paid, one free. ManageWP ManageWP is a WordPress management console that gives users full power and complete control in managing virtually any number of WordPress sites in the easiest way possible. InfiniteWP Manage multiple WordPress installations from ...


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Try Plugin commander http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/plugin-commander/ it gives you the control you need. You don't have to sitewide activate all plugins and you can keep plugins hidden from other users.


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I don’t have the domain mapping on a test installation at hand currently, but what should work is: add_action( 'template_redirect', 'auth_redirect' ); As a plugin here: T5 Force Log In. auth_redirect() is WordPress’ native handler for authentication, if it doesn’t work, something is broken in core code.


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You can use the plugin Authenticator, it works with Multisite too. If you publish different parts of content via oauth or a kex, the use the development version.


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This code works, but please note that it is provided as is. It had only been tested in a localhost development. There's a function extracted from the plugin Multisite User Management, which is based on the get_blog_list function, that has been deprecated. No alternative available. For performance reasons this function is not recommended. The user ...


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Is WordPress MultiSite secure & how much can it scale? WordPress.com — single best example of WordPress Multisite at a large scale. Period. As for the expertise to be able to maintain and manage the cluster — which you should question yourself — it's a different story. By creating admins for each subdomain, what security concerns should we ...


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This is not exactly worpdress multisite suggestion, but a hack to run and manage multiple wordpress websites. I don't know if it works for you : STEP 1. Move your wordpress installation to its own directory say common (Instructions can be found at http://codex.wordpress.org/Giving_WordPress_Its_Own_Directory) STEP 2. Change the path of wp-content folder ...


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I ended up figuring this out a while ago... completely forgot to post it here. Once I added the include properly it worked: require_once('./wp-admin/includes/ms.php'); if ( $user ) { wpmu_delete_user( $user->ID ); } For the sake of future readers here was the final code: function handle_gateway_return() { $GWPass = get_option( ...


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The multisite setup allows you to enable and disable user registration at the network level but if you see the database it store the value in the wp_options tables for each site. So we can try the below and see if this work. Use the below code in the functions.php file. function wpse_enable_user_registration( $blog_id = 1 ) { switch_to_blog( $blog_id ...



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