I have some questions about what plugins to use in a network WordPress installation. I will describe them below by “functionality”, and I hope you can help me find/choose the best plugins (or make me cry if there were none available) 😀
Anyone already use some kind of network plugin in a network WordPress installation? I want more than one site level in my site, to build a structured news portal like:
[WP Network installation here]
[Network and subnetwork by directories]
and so on
I know they exists. Have you ever seen any problem with this kind of plugin, and too, can you recommend one that is “safe for use”?
When I have a safe plugin to create more levels in my wordpress installation, I will want too a plugin to aggregate the sublevel publications (in the child sites) and “publish” them in a post-like way (but not replicate) in the parent site. Example:
If I have many posts published in child sites like:
There is a plugin that can published this posts in the parent site:
in a post like way, but when people click in some of this posts in parent site, they are re-directed to the correspondent post in the child site (and not some kind of child post replication in a parent site)?
More detailed example: if I post an article in:
about some theme like “Water in Saturn Moon Revealed after 14 Years”, this post can be shown in the parent site:
like a post too, but when people click in this post, they are redirected to the child site (news.mysite.com/science/astronomy) that really published this post?
And the last question about this theme: Its possible to do the same with to the root site (news.mysite.com), and showing one or more of the last publications made by all child (or parent) sites?
The tree will be some kind of this:
GLOBAL AND SECTION RSS
In this (complex) environment described above, there is some plugin to managing all the RSS generated by the parent and the child sites?
More detailed: can the root site, present other options of RSS like the parent and/or child sites? There are levels available? What plugin (if exists) you recommend?
In this (very complex) environment described above (sorry), there are any plugin for WordPress network installation that can manage different twitter accounts (for different site levels)?
Well, its all for now. Now is the time to listen you all 🙂
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