Support » Plugin: Diamond MultiSite Widgets » [Plugin: Diamond MultiSite Widgets] Some instructions please

  • Went over to the plugin’s site but could not understand any of the language. Sorry.
    Has anyone used this? How is it installed? Would that be in the mu-plugins folder? How is it customised?
    Can it be used for multisites with around 400 blogs? Will it “kill” the database?
    Any bugs? If any found would the author look into them? Will this plugin evolve?

    I know. I know. So many questions….

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  • Plugin Author Daniel Bozo



    Sorry, I’ve just recognized your post.
    I haven’t tried it in old MU environment, only in 3.0 multisite.
    It works with “union select”. I hope it won’t kill your database.
    But there is no cache bulit-in functionality so it can causes performance problems. (I am planning to put cache feature into it)

    You can add a html pattern to the appearance with short codes.

    There was a bug. It Haven’t worked on sub-blogs, only on the top level blog. In the 1.1 it has fixed.

    Feel free to ask me if you have any questions


    Thank you for thr reply.
    I use shared hosting and DO have problems with SQL queries.
    I think I will wait till you put the cache feature. FWill be happy to try it then. Plz let us know.
    Keep up the good work.

    Hi, I’m trying your plugin. I would like to exclude the main blog from the multisite posts widget but there is no information on how to do that.

    I’d love to use it, but it’s not working in my 3.01 multisite install, upgraded from MU. No posts show up.

    Plugin Author Daniel Bozo


    spacechannel: Check the checkbox next to the main blog’s name in the widget administration window.

    Plugin Author Daniel Bozo


    Christine: I don’t know what’s the problem. Is there any defference in the table structure bitween a simple 3.0 multisite and the MU upgraded?

    I don’t know. All I know is that I have problems.

    I finally did a new multisite install on XAMPP and just tested your plugin and it works great!

    I disabled all plugins in my old install’s test blog and as always, only the widget title showed up, no posts were displayed.

    Here’s the topic where some differences are addressed, although I really didn’t get any help other than the advice to do a lot of reading:

    So I decided to move all my data in about 30 blogs to a new install. It’s a major pain, especially setting up the widgets for each blog, but better than having all these problems.

    Thanks for this great plugin!

    The only plugin I found that allows a truly multi-site management posts.

    The plugin allows you to choose from:

    Post to one or more sites (blogs), you selected the sites where you post directly from the menu “Edit Post”.

    View “Recent posts” of all sites with a widget fully and easily

    Truly a must!

    Hi again,
    I am still confused/afraid to use it on a live site.
    Please explain:
    Where to install: plugins OR mu-plugins. Will it make any difference?

    When activating: Should I do that sitewide? Does every blog have to activated individually? Can it be done by only the super-admin? If not activated in a site will it still show up the posts from it to a site that has it activated?

    Has the way it calls the DB changed (so it doesn’t kill the site)?

    Thank you

    Plugin Author Daniel Bozo



    Now the plugin has to base functionalities.
    – Recent entries:
    I’ve never use WPMU. I’ve started zo working WP since WP 3.0.
    (If you can make a mirror of your site or a test site then make a live test. If you can please send me the results! Unfortunately I haven’t got time for it)
    Christine said the plugin doesn’t work on a 3.0 site upgraded from MU.

    But I think you scould install it to the plugins. If you want to use the plugin only on the main blog you only need to activate on it.
    This is not a super admin functionality!

    – broadcast:
    It is a superadmin functionality

    I hope I helped you


    I just installed it, activated it on one subsite (not network) and then I had two widgets that work like a charm.

    After migrating my blogs from MU to multisite, the plugin works great!

    I posted more about my problems with MU at — what a nightmare!

    I’m SO happy to finally have the recent comments and posts on the front page, Diamond MultiSite is great.

    Here are two things I’d like to see:

    1) A LINK for the post title (instead of “read more”) as it is already for the comment title.

    2) A space or a dash between the title and post (and possible excerpt).

    Maybe a {-} ?

    I just made a donation and I hope others also contribute to the development of FREE plugins.

    Plugin Author Daniel Bozo



    Have you tried to set the format string?

    Thanks for the donation!


    Oh, I just looked at the installation again, didn’t even realize I could format! Very cool.

    Can I make the post title the post link too as it is by default for the comments?

    Plugin Author Daniel Bozo


    You can use this placeholders in the widget’s fromat filed:
    {title} – The comment’s content
    {title_txt} – The comment’s content (without link)
    {post-title} – The post’s title
    {post-title_txt} – The post’s title text (without link)
    {date} – The comment’s date
    {author} – The comment’s author
    {avatar} – Author’s avatar

    (as you can see below the format field)

    So if you want to show the post’s link and in the next line the post title text you sholud set the comment’s format string to: {post-title}<br />{post-title_txt}

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