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[resolved] Where is my MU Folder (6 posts)

  1. Fant
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    OK...very unusual issue (I think)..but I Created my network but I can't find the 'MU' Folder location anywhere. I have create 2 sub-domains so far, but I can't find the folder to custom things like the 'Logo Header' for instance. Help!

  2. dgilmour
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    That's 'cos there isn't one. The sites, by default, share themes. Go to /wp-content/themes and customise headers there. If only one site is to use the customised theme, you'll need to avoid making that one available site-wide (Super Admin / Themes) and just make it available to the individual site.

  3. Were you looking for the mu-plugins folder?

  4. Fant
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hmm..in some of my readings they reference a physical MU folder..at least that's how I read it..so for instance..if I create a home blog..and want the same theme used for 6 sub domain sites (pages)..I can't customize those subdomain headers..go to http://theblogsociety.com for my example..inotice the header state home on the index page (or in this instance..the home site). If the user from the home site clicks the advertise link..they should be routed to the advertise.theblogsociety.com subdomain..but I want that header to show 'advertise' not 'home'..oh and Andrea ..can u answer your own question so I'm clear on that...is there a folder specific to shared plugins vs. Single subdomain plugins?

    Thanks for responding

  5. the mu-plugins folder isn't in there by default. You have to make it. It's only specifically for plugins that say to install it in that folder.

    All plugins are still shared. Anything in the regual plugins folder can be turned off and on specific to any sub site.

  6. Mitra001
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Thanks, Andrea_r!!!
    Just the info I needed :)

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