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Mutliple Problems with my New WPmultisite Portal

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  • 1) Yes, multiple themes are fine.

    2) You can hook into wp_head, or code it directly into the theme.

    3) You use a plugin like WPMU Sitewide Tags – http://wordpress.org/plugins/wordpress-mu-sitewide-tags/ – Odd name, but it does the job 🙂

    4) Not any more than it does in a single site install

    5) I don’t know. You’d have to possibly customize your login pages. Or consider something like BuddyPress

    Thanks for your help Mika!.

    2)You mean edit the wp_head in each individual theme of the network or home-page theme?

    4)So, you say there’s nothing to worry about pageload time though it has multiple themes activated in the network!?..I’m wondering because having mutliple themes activated on WP-multisite network obviously have many files eventually effecting the pageload time..just as a single larger CSS or JavaScript file will often load quicker because more time can be spent downloading the data rather than establishing multiple connections to a server…am I wrong?

    Thanks again!

    2) I mean that you can write a function, put it in an mu-plugin, and go to town 🙂 See http://halfelf.org/2012/mu-plugins-are-good/

    4) Given that each site can only run ONE theme at a time, themes have nothing more to do with pageload on Multisite than they do on Single installs. Can a crappy theme cause problems? Sure. But that’s a different thing.

    I see, ok, thanks Mike!…and for User registration on the website(mentioned in my 5th point), I want to install a plugin which can automatically adds/show login form(registration) to all sites on the network as well on the pages, say a default login form on every site and page. I found Easy sign-up plugin(wordpress.org/support/view/plugin-reviews/easy-sign-up) can do this job, however I’ve also found Join my multisite plugin(http://wordpress.org/plugins/join-my-multisite/), does exactly what I’m looking for. Which one would you recommend for my use?

    Also, can you explain which plugin is better to give access to the Users to all sites on the network rather single site?..bit confused whether these plugins gives access only per site registration so users can only access/comment/subscribe to single site or to all sites on the network!

    Look forward to your reply..
    Thanks

    Better is subjective. It depends on your needs, your skill levels, and so on.

    Also, can you explain which plugin is better to give access to the Users to all sites on the network rather single site?

    Assuming you want to give all users of your network access to all sites, I would use this: http://wordpress.org/plugins/multisite-user-management/

    Assuming you want to give all users of your network access to all sites

    I mean, a native registration form, general visitors to a site can register, so they get access to all sites inside network, like this one:
    http://allinhyderabad.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/registration-form.png

    There’s a basic one built in.

    domain.com/wp-signup.php

    And if you use the plugin I linked, that will add users to all sites (which is not done by default) when they register.

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