Track and display site or network-wide user activity.
BP Group Documents creates a page within each BuddyPress group to upload and any type of file or document.
This plugin extends the allowed uploadable MIME types to include a WIDE range of file types. Created specifically for WPMS...
Real-time monitoring of users, content, functionality, appearance, security, and updates.
A simple plugin that adds the gravatar photo associated with the user's email to their profile page... MultiSite compatable!
Plugin will transform wrong months' cases (in date) to proper ones (according Russian grammar rules).
Secure & Monetize your site with Solve Media's CAPTCHA replacement.
Contributor: edward mindreantre Tracks all logins and login attempt on a blog or network.
Provides an interface to make a WPMS network unavailable to everyone during maintenance, except the admin.
WordPress plugin for Latvian Social Network Draugiem.lv
Switch Theme allows WordPress Network Administrators to automatically switch all the themes on their WordPress installation to a different theme.
Draugiem.lv biznesa lapu un pasākumu fanu WordPress spraudnis draugiem.lv lietotājiem
This plugin is for WordPress Multisite and/or WordPress Multisite+buddypress based social network.It limits the number of blogs a user can create.
Adds the ability to have different themes available to different NETWORKS in a multisite atmoshpere.
Creates four rss 2.0 feeds showing recent posts, comments, pages, and one combined [posts and pages] from all blogs. Works both on WPMS, and WPMU
This plugin allow to apply some WordPress API's functions into your post/page content or as a widget.
Adds aMember account info to your WP/WPMU/WPMS dashboard. Users will be able to have some of their payment account info in their dashboard.
Adds a sidebar widget to let you display new/updated/active blogs from WordPress Multi-Site/ WordPressMU.
WPMS Network Global Inserts allow wordpress multisite network admin to insert html in the content accross the network
Redirects users without a blog to the /wp-admin page of a "dashboard" blog.