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  • Resolved Kevin M. Schafer

    (@km-schafer-1)


    Hello,

    I stumbled upon a link this evening where I was able to edit a sub site’s url and name and such. It gave me the option of “Changing it here as well as at home” (something like that).

    Could anyone help me remember the path I took to get to that page? This page also gave me the option to choose “Public, Mature, Spam, etc.” I can’t remember the rest of the options.

    Any help jogging my memory would be appreciated. Thanks.

    Kevin

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  • This is easier than you think.

    In your Network admin area in the All Sites list. The URL for the page is this http://yourdomain.com/wp-admin/network/sites.php. Find the site you want to mess with, you can search or just scroll through the list. When you mouseover the site name and you’ll be presented with a menu that looks like this:

    Edit | Dashboard | Deactivate | Archive | Spam | Delete | Visit

    Click the edit link and you’ll be taken to a tabbed interface page where you can play around and change things to your heart’s desire.

    Thanks, Prometheus Fire. I have now found it thanks to your help. For some reason, I thought that if I clicked the Edit link, I would be taken to the dashboard of one of these sites.

    I appreciate your help.

    Kevin

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