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Multisite in wordpress and other problem on it (3 posts)

  1. rawatdepu
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    if i would allow multisites in my wordpress will it able to get me work on the two different web site.... actually im not using any server. so if i have to made any new site i just copied the folder of wordpress and then do edit which can have effect on my previous website which i had made.
    There are two more question?
    1. how to remove the default page i.e. home which i haven't made it appears while opening or working on the wordpress?
    2. Can i use same username and password (which is my own) with the email id in any wordpress work and in any number of system?

  2. catacaustic
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Using multisite really needs you to ask yourself a couple of questions:

    1. Do I want to share users across the sites?
    2. Do I want one backend area where I can administer all of the sites?
    3. Do I want to share code for themes and plugins across all of the sites?

    If you answered "yes" to all of those, then set up multisite. If you answered "no" to even one of them, stick with seperate installations and run them indpendantly.

    As for your second lot of questions...

    1. Which home page? Is this a WordPress home page, or a default one from your hosting provider? if it's the default hosting one, FTP into your account and delete the index.html file in the main root folder. If it's the WordPress one, go to your admin area, and go to 'Settings -> Reading' and set your home page there.

    2. Yes you can - if you've set up a network, or you have seperate accounts for each site the just use the same username/password/email address.

  3. rawatdepu
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Actually im using the Twenty Eleven theme and in that theme the inbuilt home page come... and im enable to remove it. And thanks for replying my previous problem.

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