I am using WordPress with MU activated. I found a function here that supposed to return an object with the current side ID. But it's returning 1 for all websites.

<?php get_current_site(); ?>
  • The doc block for that function is misleading/wrong.
    – fuxia
    Oct 2, 2014 at 22:06

2 Answers 2


You're right, get_current_site()->blog_id will return 1, as it refers to the network.

To get the current site (blog) ID you can go like this:

<?php echo get_current_blog_id(); ?>

Moreover you can get the current site (blog) details like this:

<?php var_dump(get_blog_details()->blog_id); ?>
  • 1
    Thank you! Is there a place with documentation for all wpmu functions? Do the old functions (before MU became part of wordpress) still apply?
    – gdaniel
    Oct 4, 2014 at 1:15
  • @gdaniel Yes, there is a page in the Codex about WPMU functions; as far as I know most of them do still apply :)
    – Sven
    Oct 4, 2014 at 1:29

First of all check whether user belong from current site by using

 <?php is_user_member_of_blog( $user_id, $blog_id ); ?>

After you get id of user create user role

$user = new WP_User( $user_id );
if ( $user ) {
$roles = $user->roles; 

and in last create posts for every user by adding role in args. not tested but i'll do trick for you.

$args1 = array(
    'role' => 'subscriber',
    'orderby' => 'user_nicename',
    'order' => 'ASC'
$subscribers = get_users($args1);
echo '<ul>';
foreach ($subscribers as $user) {
    echo '<li>' . $user->display_name.'['.$user->user_email . ']</li>';
echo '</ul>';


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