Tag archive for "wpmu"
Run some code when a new blog is created. I'm not sure, but I guess this code has to be in a network-activated or mu-plugins plugin. Maybe having this code enabled in the blog you're using will suffice. more
This snippet shows how you can add metadata to your existing custom taxonomy. So you can use update_metadata() and get_metadata() on your taxonomy. The filter on switch_blog is only necessary if the code runs on a blog network (recommended to implement anyway). The name of the database table is very ... more
I recently converted several simple WordPress installs into a single WPMU install. As I use all of the blogs myself I wanted a quick way to switch between the various backends. This is probably only useful if you don't have too many blogs and use all of them yourself. The ... more
I recently installed my first WordPress network on lighttpd and was looking for rewrite rules. This post is correct except for the rewrite rule for files. I supposed it's a change that was introduced in 3.0, or maybe earlier. Anyway, here are updated rewrite rules: In your lighttpd.conf: $HTTP["host"] =~ ... more