I’ve got it running on a multi-site install… Activation per site should work just fine.
I have not tested with Network Activate but if that gives problems, you might want to consider using the excellent plugin http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/multisite-plugin-manager/ to mass-activate for all existing sites (works differently from Network Activate!) and make it auto-activate on new site creation. Effectively this is like activating it site by site but automatically, as if you have done Network Activate 🙂
RavanH, you seem to be having good success with so maybe you can clarify something for me. I have two questions if you have the time to help:
1. Is it true that this plugin does NOT change the .htaccess file?
2. Can you confirm that this is how it is supposed to work…
After it’s activated and I enter the new feedburner link (like http://feeds.feedburner.com/mysite) into the field “Redirect my feeds here:”, that existing feeds in other people’s readers (like http://mysite.com/feed) will automatically show the config that I set up in google adsense -> feeds -> feed ads ?
1. Yes, it does NOT change your .htaccess (I’m running WPMU on a Nginx server which means it does not even have a .htaccess)
2. No idea about this Adsense – Feedburner integration but your ‘old’ feed subscribers will get their feed content (by redirection) from Feedburner so I suppose whatever you are looking for should be possible 🙂
Yeah, #2 wasn’t a very clear question, more like a brain dump. But I think see what it is doing now. All the old subscribers get the feed_url that I typed in and then feedburner gets to do its magic that I can configure at http://feedburner.google.com before it gets to the readers.
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