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

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('BLOG_ID_CURRENT_SITE', 1); Site != blog. In a multisite you can have multiple blogs, so BLOG_ID_CURRENT_SITE represents the current blog. 1 being the first blog or root blog. Site ID on the other hand … refers to the network. Networks have no UI, and a multisite install in 99% of cases has a single network. There is some confusion about terminology, hence site not network wp_options.home …
answered Feb 15 '18 by Tom J Nowell
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Your comments state that the line in question that gives the fatal error causing your white pages is this line: <div id="whatstrending"><h1><?php echo get_option('radio_options')['blog-header'];?></h …
answered Aug 7 '14 by Tom J Nowell
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if(is_super_admin() && is_network_admin()){ // do network admin only code } http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/is_super_admin http://hitchhackerguide.com/2011/02/24/is_network_admin/ …
answered Apr 6 '12 by Tom J Nowell
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No, the template hierarchy does not contain Site specific templates. Instead, consider using a child theme, allowing you to override a template specifically in that child theme, yet still use the par …
answered Jul 9 '18 by Tom J Nowell
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switch_to_blog does not support switching to multiple blogs at the same time, instead if you want to list all posts in a network, you'll need to loop through each blog, using switch_to_blog and restor …
answered Oct 2 '12 by Tom J Nowell
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Given a WordPress Multisite network, with a main blog, and assuming all content has been moved on to that blog, how would one collapse the network back down into a standard WordPress non-network non-multisite install? …
asked Aug 8 '11 by Tom J Nowell
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You have site1 and site2 folders on your server, so Apache is serving those hence the file listing. Multisite however is trying to serve those sites using URL rewriting, so deleting those folders should fix the issue …
answered Sep 4 '14 by Tom J Nowell
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No, if production goes down then there's no way to serve the site, since it's a multisite, and a multisite is still a single install of WordPress. It's possible that code in the theme may bring down … a site inside a multisite without bringing down the entire thing, but any DR site will be running the same code. Instead, for DR, you will want something on a different server, ideally a different data centre, but that's a subject for a different stack, and out of scope on WordPress SE …
answered Sep 6 '17 by Tom J Nowell
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Try this: global $wp_embed; if ( get_option('embed_autourls') ) remove_filter('the_content',array(&$wp_embed,'autoembed')); // do excerpt/content stuff if ( get_option('embed_autourls') ) a …
answered Jan 30 '12 by Tom J Nowell
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I had a similar issue with another client, entering something like projects/project1 would error as the / would fail validation. After failing to find an override or filter, instead I found a loophol …
answered Dec 19 '12 by Tom J Nowell
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Unless you use the primary site to host all of your content, including pages and posts, this isn't going to be possible, and the nearest you can get requires a lot of kludges. Your existing 'kludge' …
answered Dec 19 '12 by Tom J Nowell
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headers so it knows which page to load, which is exactly what already happens in the browser right now, so it will not work. I have a WP multisite installation protected with a firewall service … which I cannot disable. Now, I need to access a particular site within the multisite installation via IP. If you don't provide a full URL, the remote server will not know what to serve, and fall back to …
answered Aug 7 '18 by Tom J Nowell
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: get_site_admins(); is_super_admin(); If on a single site rather than a multisite, any user with the delete_users capability will be regarded as a super admin. …
answered Apr 2 '13 by Tom J Nowell
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The number you refer to is the blog/site ID, so you have multiple methods of finding out which site it is: Look in the sites table, the number should match the ID, providing you with a URL and title …
answered Feb 23 '16 by Tom J Nowell
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- Adjust the options accordingly - Copy over the themes plugins and uploads 2 Do a WordPress export on the multisite Import on the new Wordpress install But, my recommendation is: Don't bother …
answered Mar 27 '12 by Tom J Nowell

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