WordPress Network

For shits and giggles, I tried setting up a WordPress network, to see if it could ease the hassle of setting up other WordPress sites. It looks as though it’s a bit overkill for my needs. I had thought it could be useful if I wanted to import my old blog into WordPress and resume posting there, but I’m not sure it’s worth the effort. The lack of file duplication and a shared database would be neat, but not really necessary.

  1. WordPress.com actually uses the Network install of WordPress. If you have multiple sites to manage its actually a really nice way to do so since you only have to deal with a single install of WordPress rather than multiple installs.

    • Yeah, I revisited it a few days later and got the network set up the way I want. Not being able to install themes or plugins from any site’s control panel is a little annoying, but easy enough to deal with since I run the whole thing.

  2. I think there is actually a way around it to allow for the installing of themes and plugins … might actually be by another plugin if I recall heh

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