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Running multiple sites with one installation and one central management. Also known as network and WPMU.

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You can move the wp-content directory to a different location, which essentially renames it. First, in your wp-config.php file, add this: define( 'WP_CONTENT_DIR', $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . '/fold …
answered Jul 29 '12 by Pippin
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Use ThreeWP_Broadcast. It's a great plugin for doing that.
answered Apr 25 '11 by Pippin
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Create two custom post types, one for each blog. Then you can add custom taxonomies to each one of them.
answered Jul 15 '11 by Pippin
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I believe the Domain Mapping Plugin is what you're looking for :)
answered Jan 20 '11 by Pippin
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use wp_logout_url( $redirect ); $redirect is the url for them to be redirected to.
answered Jan 31 '11 by Pippin
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I've been using this plugin, which works really, really well.
answered Mar 6 '11 by Pippin
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The ThreeWP Broadcast plugin allows you to cross publish posts, pages, and custom post types from your sub sites to the main site: http://wordpress.org/plugins/threewp-broadcast/
answered Nov 30 '13 by Pippin
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I've written a plugin that allows users to bookmark their favorite posts, but have run into a small problem when using it on a multisite network. Each time a post is bookmarked, the ID of that post …
asked Nov 10 '11 by Pippin
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I'm look for a custom SQL query that will let me pull in the latest comments from across a WP multi-site install. The end result will be identical to a regular recent comments widget, but from all si …
asked Jan 15 '11 by Pippin
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There sure is: Multi Site user Management The plugin syncs your users across sites. I've used it extensively and it works really well.
answered Jul 19 '11 by Pippin
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I am trying to write a function that will allow me to specify a post ID and a blog ID, and then have it return the permalink and title of the blog post. I need this to be efficient because the functi …
asked Apr 18 '11 by Pippin
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I'm using a slightly modified copy of the Multi Site User Management plugin to keeps users synced across a multisite network, but have one problem with it. When a user's role is updated on the main …
asked Aug 9 '11 by Pippin
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I'm using switch_to_blog() and restore_current_blog() to perform some functions across a multi site install. One of the things I'm trying to do is select a very specific post using get_row(). My funct …
asked Jul 20 '11 by Pippin
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I've found a way around the problem. It's not a "fix", but rather a way to get around the problem of needing synchronized user roles. Instead of trying to make all user roles match up, I decided to on …
answered Aug 22 '11 by Pippin
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the CG Cookie network is running a WordPress multi site install. There is a strange bug happening with the search pagination when on any of the sub sites. For example, if you go to http://cgcookie.co …
asked Sep 2 '11 by Pippin

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