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  • Did you ever figure this out? If so I need to know. I’m kind of disappointed you asked this months ago and no one has replied.

    Plugin Author johanee


    I don’t generally use multisite unfortunately. What functionality would you need from the plugin?

    I can network activate the plugin for all sites, but each site admin has the options to adjust settings (It shows up in their dashboard). And the email to admin option gets emailed to the admin of the blog, not the admin of the entire multisite (me). I completely understand why it works like this – because the plugin wasn’t designed for multisite use.

    Just wandering if it’s possible to make a few changes.

    Basically an ideal setup would be what Aphrodite recommended. “Centralized config for super admin”

    My other blog admins are teachers that really don’t care about configuring anything. They just want what wordpress provides – an easy interface to update thier class website.

    Plugin Author johanee



    I’ll put it on the todo list, though it might have to wait for me to finaly get version 2.0 out the doors.

    One thing to consider is if this new behavior should always happen when the plugin is network activated, or if it should still be possible to use in the current “one site at a time” mode.

    Thanks so much!!!

    I think that’s a good idea. When network activated the super admin has full control in one location. All sub sites are conroled by the super admin. The options will work for the entire site and the admins of other sites will not have the option to configure.

    “One site at a time” mode should still be possible when network activation isn’t used.

    +1 for this!! I agree with @ajcke‘s suggestions.

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