Do you want to hide some specific admin menu items from subsite administrators on your WordPress multisite network? You can selectively hide side admin menus and their sub-menus from the admins of websites running on your multisite network.
By default WordPress multisite network orders ‘My Sites’ dropdown menu by website IDs. You can make this easier by reordering websites on ‘My Sites’ menu alphabetically keeping the main blog as top navigation item at the same time.
Each website on a WordPress multisite network has its own media library and users cannot access media files uploaded from other website in a WordPress multisite network environ.
Although WordPress multisite network shares the codebase of core, themes and plugins but each media library is kept separate. In this lesson you will learn about sharing media files network wide so that you don’t have to upload same file on every website.
Earlier we have discussed about copying complete WordPress websites with all theme options and settings to new ones. Now in this lesson you will learn about copying content of one website to another in a WordPress multisite network.
You can easily clone existing WordPress websites to completely new ones in just a few seconds with all content, theme option and plugin configurations etc.
On a WordPress multisite network, by default users are kept limited to their websites and are not automatically added to other websites. Though there are some plugins that allows you to add users to other subsites. Continue reading Auto Synchronize Users To All Websites In WordPress Multisite Network
Now you can allow each website on your WordPress multisite network to set a distinct favicon. This way each website can use its own favicon.
A favicon (short for “favorites icon”) is an icon associated with a website or webpage intended to be used when bookmarking the website. Web browsers use them in the URL bar, on tabs and elsewhere to help identify a website visually.
By default favicon is uploaded in the root directory of your WordPress install and every subsite uses the main site’s favicon. WordPress can also use favicon from active theme’s directory if a favicon.ico file is already present in theme’s folder.
In this lesson you will learn about allowing your subsite owners to use their own favicons on their individual websites. Continue reading Allows Each Website To Have A Distinct Favicon On WordPress Multisite Network
In this lesson we will show you how to display any widget in context to another website on your WordPress multisite network.
In context to another website means you can run any widget displaying data not from the main website but from another website of your choice that belongs to your multisite network.
Now you can properly audit your WordPress themes and plugins for large multisite installations running 1000+ websites. You can access detailed report on data and statistics for each any every theme and plugin you have installed on your network. Continue reading New Multisite Auditor For WordPress Multisite Networks
By default WordPress multisite networks doesn’t allows you to create new users with custom passwords. You can only add new users by entering their username, email and then WordPress emails them all login information. Continue reading Registering Users With Custom Password In WordPress Multisite
Here are some of the best plugins with user management features like user activation, confirming users after they register on your website, enabling site admins to automatically add existing users to their websites or blogs, allowing super admin to instantly switching between users.
When working on a WordPress- BuddyPress membership website, the biggest administrative headaches come from the user activation process as there are many a times when activation emails get caught by spam filters or they are deleted unwillingly by the person or simply not understood. Yet by default, WordPress & BuddyPress has no user interface for viewing and managing unactivated users. Here’s a solution for you.