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WP Central Posts Network


This plugin adds a UI on the main site (actually, in any site of the network) admin panel of a Network that let you choose posts of any site of your network and associate it with sections that you must define via a hook filter. Then you can show up this sections on the front of your main site via a simple API.

This plugin only works with multisite and must be network activated

How it works and How to Use

To use the plugin you need do write some code in a hook filter. Please read our file in our GitHub


You can contribute to the source code in our GitHub page.


  • Choosing the posts for a given section.

  • The posts displaying on the main site

  • The code needed.


To install just follow the following installation steps:

NOTE: This plugin only works with multisite and must be network activated

  1. Download the file;
  2. Unzip the file on your computer;
  3. Upload folder wp-central-posts-network, you just unzip to /wp-content/plugins/ directory;
  4. Activate the plugin on the Network through the Plugins menu of Network Panel in WordPress;
  5. Be happy.


Can I use this plugins without multisite

No, It does’t make sense to use this plugins without multisite.

But this plugin use switch_to_blogs, will my site become slow?

Not necessarily, switch_to_blogs() is much faster than before, and the plugin has a native fragment cache that removes the load added by the plugin. If you still
have issues with perfomance try to use a cache plugin like WP Super Cache and W3 Total Cache, this plugin is integrated with them. See instructions on GitHub page.


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Contributors & Developers

“WP Central Posts Network” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.




  • Fixed a PHP Warning when there aren’t Posts selected to be displayed in a section
  • WordPress 4.3 compatibility