Editor’s Note: The following is the final article in a three-part series titled, “What Is WordPress Multisite and How Can It Help You?” Read Part 1 here and Part 2 here. Part 3: Can WordPress Multisite Help You? In the previous two parts, we introduced you to new concepts in...Continue Reading What Is WordPress Multisite and How Can It Help You? (Part 3)
Editor’s Note: The following is Part 2 in a three-part series titled, “What Is WordPress Multisite and How Can It Help You?” Read Part 1 here. Read Part 3 here. Part 2: Why Does WordPress Multisite Matter? If you have not read it already, go read Part 1 in this series, as it...Continue Reading What Is WordPress Multisite and How Can It Help You? (Part 2)
Hey hey! Calling all New Jersey WordPress nerds! The New Jersey WordPress meetup group (organized by a few familiar faces) is hosting the indomitable Brad Williams for a presentation on WordPress Multisite. The presentation itself will be a basic introduction to WordPress Multisite, including showing how to set-up and use...Continue Reading New Jersey, Come Learn About WordPress Multisite!
Multilingual websites are becoming more and more common these days as WordPress becomes increasing popular and even more powerful with an enormous community. When starting out a multilingual site, there are a number of things to consider and some important elements to keep in mind from the very early stages of the...Continue Reading What to Consider When Creating a Multilingual Site
Recently Chris Reynolds brought up an issue he was experiencing with one of our client projects; he was struggling to compare the current active status for plugins in a multisite network between internal dev servers and a WPEngine staging site so that he could debug some issues that were occurring....Continue Reading Checking Plugin Activation Status on Multisite Networks
Sidebars are great. Multisite is great. Doing something once so that it can be shared across an entire network is great, too. So, it should stand to reason that sharing a specific sidebar, or set of sidebars, across an entire multisite network should be just as great (and easy), right?...Continue Reading Sharing Sidebars Across a Multisite Network
Migrating a WordPress multisite install involving domain name changes is a bit different than migrating a single WordPress install. Below is a list of places you’ll need to update the site urls to avoid obscure errors like “Error establishing a database connection” that aren’t actually helpful when diagnosing. wp-config.php –...Continue Reading Migrating WordPress Multisite from a Development URL to Staging or Production URL
This weekend WebDevStudios will be attending WordCamp San Diego 2012! We’re proud to be a End-User track sponsor for the event this year. Brad, Brian, Chris, Mike and April are in San Diego soaking up the sun. WDS will also be giving away some prizes! Brad will be giving a presentation...Continue Reading WebDevStudios is Attending WordCamp San Diego 2012 This Weekend!
Over the past few years WebDevStudios has built a great professional relationship with the wonderful people at Network Communications, Inc. They are known for being the largest national publisher of local printed and online magazines for the real estate market. They publish the most recognized real estate magazines in the...Continue Reading NCI Creates a New Business Model with the Help of WDS
Margaret Roach’s A Way to Garden has been called “the best garden blog” by The New York Times. The website is a wonderful source of information for anyone who is looking for gardening advice or inspiration. Anyone who has spent some time at A Way to Garden knows one of...Continue Reading “A Way” to use WordPress Multi-Site