Adds a Networks panel for network admins to create and manage multiple Networks from one WordPress installation.
Your webserver must direct requests for each domain you want to use to your WordPress install's filesystem location.
Here's a quick overview:
Tip: You can use the New Network Preview feature to verify DNS and server configuration BEFORE creating your networks.
This file has fixes for unusual network topologies, like networks without a root site or those more than one subdirectory deep.
The fix for networks with deep paths was graciously contributed by Spencer Bryant.
For a long time I avoided bundling fixes like these, since I was committed to having this plugin run only when needed by the dashboard. This file does not rely on the rest of Networks for WordPress to function, so you are free to copy it to your mu-plugins folder and use it on its own.
This seemed like a good compromise. If you have thoughts, let me know in the comments!
If you are on WP 3.5 - 3.6.1 and want to use native file uploads, you must either:
If you do not do this, your uploaded files will end up in unexpected places.
This is not needed for WP 3.7+.