Works as expected. This is not for beginner devs. You will need to understand how multisite works, how WordPress handles authentication (if looking to have a single-sign-on experience) and to be willing to experiment with some wp-config tweaks.
This is an awesome tool to have in your multi-site tool belt, and we've used it on a couple WebDevStudios projects. Thanks John.
This webpage has a redirect loop
I have installed multisite using sub-directory ways.
but the http://test.com/jp/site_name1/wp-admin/ has resulted in too many redirects.
so does the site_name2, site_name3.
Have you ever test it in this way?
or what should i do for rewrite configure file?
ENV: apache2.4 OS:centos7
This is a great plugin for another step of customization for multisite networks.
As a side note... This does require tweaking plugins form time to time. Some network wide plugin installations will see these networks as separate while others will share information across each network. Depends on how the plugin is coded.
before this, i need to install a multisite to be able to create more sites under that subdomain
now, i dont need that steps anymore, it totally helps in updating plugin and themes, and i can reuse the same user, plugins, themes and more without going every single multisite
I've been playing around with multisite for a while and thought I had it basically nailed, until I tried mixing it up with multiple domain names. After a bit of flailing around and directly editing the site and blog tables, I found this little beauty. Thanks for taking the hard work out of multi-network WordPress websites!
For me, clicking on "Add New" in the content area of "Networks" gives an error message about not being able to load. Clicking "Add New" in the sidebar brings up settings for creating a network. But, it either ignores or refuses to add anything I provide without any kind of message. It just blanks out all of my settings.
Thanks to the Support forum, I understand that this plugin has been broken since WordPress 3.5 and that fixes are in development. Until that time comes, the WordPress compatibility shown should be rolled back to whatever version it does work with (if any).
I further understand that a beta "trunk" version (whatever that means) of this plugin exists which can be used with WordPress 3.5 and up. Details on how to obtain this version and how to make it work are sketchy at best. But, if the existence is true, it would be better offered in a more formal way and explicitly as a "beta" version.
Based on this plugin's FAQs page, the authors seem to think this plugin is intuitive. But, based on the vague setting labels I've seen (once I finally figured out where they even were), a brief primer is in order.
"Where can I find documentation?
"Not much to talk about really. Check the code for details!"
To the developers: Please delegate someone who can figure out how to use this plugin to write some instructions for it. It's very frustrating to figure out. And, no examples are available, even if it did ever work.
Since 3.5 the plugin does not work (not sure it did before). Posting on the support forum does not seem to attract the plugin devs' attention unfortunately.
Great plugin - had some issues once I first installed it but it works now. Using this plugin in conjunction with a BuddyPress and WP Multi-site install.
Used this link to find the fix that some WP installs may have.
Looking forward to an update on this plugin!
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