Network Admin Settings Screen

The Network Admin Settings is where a network admin sets and changes settings for the network as a whole. The first site is the main site in the network and network settings are pulled from that original site’s options.

Network Admin Settings Screen

Operational Settings Operational Settings

Network Name Network Name

What you would like to call this website.

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Network Admin Email Network Admin Email

Registration and support emails will come from this address. An address such as support@example.com is recommended.

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Registration Settings Registration Settings

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Allow new registrations Allow new registrations

Disable or enable registration and who or what can be registered. (Default is disabled.)

  • Registration is disabled. (default)
  • User accounts may be registered.
  • Logged in users may register new sites.
  • Both sites and user accounts can be registered.

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Registration notification Registration notification

Send the network admin an email notification every time someone registers a site or user account.

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Add New Users Add New Users

Allow site administrators to add new users to their site via the “Users->Add New” page.

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Banned Names Banned Names

Users are not allowed to register these sites. Separate names by spaces.

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Limited Email Registrations Limited Email Registrations

If you want to limit site registrations to certain domains. Enter one domain per line.

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Banned Email Domains Banned Email Domains

If you want to ban domains from site registrations. Enter one domain per line.

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New Site Settings New Site Settings

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Welcome Email Welcome Email

The welcome email sent to new site owners.

Dear User,

Your new SITE_NAME blog has been successfully set up at:
BLOG_URL

You can log in to the administrator account with the following information:
Username: USERNAME
Password: PASSWORD
Login Here: BLOG_URLwp-login.php

We hope you enjoy your new blog.
Thanks!

--The Team @ SITE_NAME

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Welcome User Email Welcome User Email

The welcome email sent to new users.

Dear User,

Your new account is set up.

You can log in with the following information:
Username: USERNAME
Password: PASSWORD
LOGINLINK

Thanks!

--The Team @ SITE_NAME

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First Post First Post

The first post on a new site.

Welcome to <a href="SITE_URL">SITE_NAME</a>. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

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First Page First Page

The first page on a new site.

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First Comment First Comment

The first comment on a new site.

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First Comment Author First Comment Author

The author of the first comment on a new site.

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First Comment URL First Comment URL

The URL for the first comment on a new site.

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Upload Settings Upload Settings

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Site upload space Site upload space

Limit total size of files uploaded to [50] MB

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Upload file types Upload file types

Default is “jpg jpeg png gif mp3 mov avi wmv midi mid pdf m2ts”

Note: Adding arbitrary file types will not work unless a corresponding function is also hooked to upload_mimes filter. See the wp_get_mime_types function in wp-includes/functions.php for the current default set of supported mime-types / file extensions. Adding mime types in the ‘upload file types’ field not listed in the default set will NOT work unless you’ve added them using theupload_mimesfilter! Uploading files with mime types not supported (without adding them using the filter) will fail with the message ‘Sorry, this file type is not permitted for security reasons.’

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Max upload file size Max upload file size

Default is 1500KB.

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Language Settings Language Settings

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Default Language Default Language

Default is English.

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Enable administration menus  Enable administration menus 

  • Plugins

On WordPress Multisite the default setting for plugins is disabled. This means your users won’t have access to the plugin admin panel inside their dashboard unless you first enable access to plugins network wide.