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HowTo: Archive / Park / Freeze wordpress site

  • I am thinking of using wordpress to give students a feel for operating a CMS based site by giving them their own installation of WP

    My question is how would I go about securing a wp installation so that its frozen at a point in time so I don’t have an ever increasing number of wordpress installations to upgrade.

    Is there a checklist I could follow?

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  • WordPress MU might be better suited for what you need.
    http://mu.wordpress.org/

    Not sure regarding your question though, sorry..

    The problem with MU is that it doesn’t let users install their own extensions or themes.

    I want the users to be able to try that but really don’t want to have to patch each installation. I would prefer if I can either inside wordpress or via hosting software like cPanel to reduce the risk of something going wrong down the road

    I have the same question. How can I freeze a WordPress Blog (Closed Comments, no Pingbacks, no Admin Aceess, just the front end).

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