Revolutionises the way you think about multisites. Had a few problems, but nothing that can't be overcome. Otherwise, it does what it says flawlessly.
I can't believe I've never added a review for something that I use on every Multisite!
A very helpful plugin to visualise what's happening on your multi network site and fits natively right into WordPress.
This is a great tool for organizing your WordPress Multisite installation. Rather than one giant list, you can logically organize your websites into separate networks. For example, if you have a particular client with multiple sites, you could set the main site as the parent network, and add the sub-sites to that network.
There are a few minor quirks that exist, particularly with network-activated plugins that aren't WP-Multi-Network-aware, but has thus far been a minor annoyance rather than an actual problem.
Word of warning: Make sure to check back here before upgrading to a major new WordPress update; the network-wide 4.4 fatal error gave me a few palpitations before I realized that the plugin just needed an update that was (fortunately) already available.
1* reviews annoy the hell out of me. This plugin deserves a much better average than it currently has.
It works as advertised *if* you take the time to read the docs and understand exactly what you're doing. This isn't one of those activate-and-forget plugins. You're - essentially - changing the architecture of your entire site. Do some due diligence and research.
Thanks for building this out and for maintaining it. Beers on me if you're ever in Vancouver, Canada.
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 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!
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