Expanded SiteName Choices in the sign-up process. Use dashes (-), dots(.), tildes (~), underscores (_), capitals (A-Z) and change the minimum length!
Frequently Asked Questions...
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Yes!! The plugin allows you to select a new minimum SiteName length between 1 and 10.
WordPress had you add... "define( 'DOMAIN_CURRENT_SITE', 'example.com' );" to your wp-config.php file when you set up your MultiSite (note that example.com represents your first site's domain name). Some people are confused, and wonder why we are now asking you to remove it?
Actually we want you to replace this with... define( 'TUKOD_MSSN', true );
This replacement does two things. First it allows the plugin to work properly regardless of your current configuration. Secondly, if you are using the TuKod Multi Networks plugin with this (a growing number of people use them together). It allows the TuKod Multi Networks to work dynamically to register new sites.
An Internal character is just one that has a letter or number on both the left and the right side. Some valid Internal dash examples are:
Valid letters and number include lowercase a-z and 0-9. If you have enabled uppercase you may use A-Z as well. For those using TuKod MultiSite User Names you can also add any ISO/IEC 8859 letter in the UserName, like ñ in jalapeño or Ñoclo or like the letter µ (mu).