Install this plugin on unlimited sites and manage them all from a central dashboard. This plugin communicates with your InfiniteWP Admin Panel.
InfiniteWP started off good with very good usabilty and development was quick to offer new addons and some bugfixes. But over time more and more bugs haven't been fixed or took forever to fix and stability didn't improve much. Essential things like backups didn't work well on some servers and the devs promised bugfixes for months and months. While very slowly some have been fixed, others are not working until this day.
After a while the complaints in the forum became too much, so they simply closed it!! For me this was a big alarm going off and over the course of this year it turned out that the support didn't work at all anymore. Security related bugs haven't been fixed for months, tickets have been simply closed without a resolution and lately they have even introduced changes to the core and/or the client plugin, that rendered premium addons useless and they expected you to buy them again in order to work again. I know these kind of things happen, but I simply can't get rid of the feeling that they are desperately trying to keep you paying without a real progress and no real support. I have made the cut and moved on (there are similar solutions, that seem to be managed much more prefesionally)
Most of the time IWP does what it should. The only things that annoys me is the update cycle of the pluging. Every week a new release with a minor bug fix. Why don't you test it just better before releasing a new version?
I manage +30 WordPress blogs and this plugins helps me tremendous. I have tried other alternatives, but I find this being the most cost effective method.
There are lots of add-ons for this plugin which will help you manage your sites. The only thing I would like to see is a good library of code-snippets to use.
The setup process is crazy, by far the most confusing I've ever encountered, and documentation is poor. I'm supposed to know how to setup a cron job to receive email updates? Where are these 302 errors coming from? If there's no clear help from InfiniteWP headquarters today, I'm sticking with ManageWP. In spite of ManageWP's issues, at least setup and use is comprehensible and support is quick.
Great for managing a lot of wp sites.
managing 31 sites incl. backups. no problems so far.
The setup can be a little confusing and frustrating, but once set-up everything integrates flawlessly.
You have full control from a central location, and can backup with no effort at all.
40+ sites and counting...
and seems to be really well maintained!
Me ha ayudado a mantener fácilmente todas las páginas de wordpress que administro, haciendo el trabajo super sencillo.
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