I want to start something, but before i do it i'm asking for some advice. the scenario is..... mywebsite.com i will have listing directories and i want for every category to use a different theme, like

automobile/mywebsite.com automobile theme food/mywebsite.com food theme education/mywebsite.com education theme other/mywebsite.com some other theme

is it possible that, when "user1" comes to "automobile/mywebsite.com" makes new registration and in the same time is registered to all subdomains. so when "user1" comes to "food/mywebsite.com" is already registered or to any other subdomain.

is something like this possible ?


  • Yes – kero Oct 16 '17 at 13:27
  • This is not possible in the default of a Multiiste. But you can enhance via plugin, so that users get access to alles Sites of the network. Like this plugin - wordpress.org/plugins/join-my-multisite (but more functions, code etc.) or custom source via function add_user_to_blog. – bueltge Oct 16 '17 at 13:52
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    Your URLs look weird -- do you mean mywebsite.com/automobile instead of automobile/mywebsite.com? I don't think the latter is a well-formed URL. – Pat J Oct 16 '17 at 15:16
  • thanks for replaying to my question. yes, we can use mywebsite.com/automobile, mywebsite.com/food and soo on, now i have another little problem, about the search, when visitor is at mywebsite.com/automobile and the visitor wants to search about food, well in my case food is in another website, is there a plugin that can make it happen that it searches all the domains ? i'm a little confused. – Kaltersia Oct 19 '17 at 9:17

Have a look at using https://wordpress.org/plugins/network-subsite-user-registration/

this was developed for the situation where you have the flexibility to open or close user registration on any sitesite of a network. It should be the ticket.

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