Is it possible to allow a user to select which theme they would like installed from the new site signup page? And once the site is created, it obviously installs whichever theme they chose. I found wp_get_themes. Is this how you would go about pre-populating a dropdown menu with all the available themes? How do […]
When starting with a fresh Network install, the first step is a single site install that has one additional line in the wp-config.php file: define( ‘WP_ALLOW_MULTISITE’, true ); After that we have to go to Tools > Network Setup, enter some details like network name and super admin email and finally hit the button to […]
WordPress appears to let content be addressed by many URIs in an MU install. For example: example.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/5/files/picture.jpg example.com/bob/files/picture.jpg example.com/bob/wp-content/blogs.dir/5/files/pictures.jpg All appear to route to the same place. Are there more aliases? Which one is canonical? Are any of these accidental? Are there relevant filters?
I’ve just realized that the traditional uninstall.php file along a plugin is not working in Multisite. if ( !defined( ‘WP_UNINSTALL_PLUGIN’ ) ) exit(); delete_option( ‘plugin_option_name’ ); This doesn’t delete the sub-sites options in all wp_SITE-ID_options tables. Is there a standard way for doing this?
I’m trying to understand the difference between get_site_option() and get_blog_option(). Are blog and site two different things? Apologies if this question seems basic, but when referring to a WordPress website, I’ve always used both terms very loosely (to mean the same thing). I’m now wondering if there is a difference?
Google Webmaster Tools can see it, but I can’t find it. Any idea on how it’s generated or where it is the file structure? I don’t see the file in my root. My website is at http://mikewills.me and the robots.txt file URL is http://mikewills.me/robots.txt. In the end, Google isn’t indexing my site and I am […]
I’m setting up a WordPress Network and wanted all new sites to have the same permalink structure (i.e. “/%year%/%monthnum%/%postname%/”). I’m wondering if this is possible to do via hooks or hacks in functions.php, without having to rely on users to choose that structure.
I am setting up a new WordPress Multisite instance, and am still working out some kinks in the stack. Most significantly at the moment, user registration emails are not being delivered for some reason. As a result, several usernames are stuck in limbo as the confirmation emails necessary to activate them are lost. For now […]
What is the best way to have multiple languages on a site? I was thinking of using WP3.0 and then having each language of the site being a seperate blog in a sub directory. I.E. example.com example.com/fr/ example.com/de/ And then just being able to have one theme that all the sites share. Is there a […]
I have a wordpress site and want to create a different theme for mobile. I’d like to create a subdomain such as m.domain.com which will use a mobile optimized theme much different than the desktop version theme. I understand multisite will handle the subdomain problem but I want all the content, custom posts, plugins, etc […]