The exact opposite of the plugin I covered yesterday, this one performed exactly as expected first try.
Here we look at my experience with this plugin in trying to load a couple of hundred posts from a simple blogging system I built about 18 years ago.
When you have a WordPress site and another site sharing the same hosting account you can easily display insert posts into the other site by simply calling a few WordPress functions.
Instead of or in addition to creating your own login system, you can also set up to use API provided by social media sites to allow people to use those logins to login to your site.
When many people think of being able to log int to a site they think of the login form. Here we look at several of the other components that any login system will need to be able to function.
All of the multisite setup instructions I could find assumed that either you were only going to use sub-domains or they assumed you were installing as the main domain and would allow others to create sites using different domains. One option not covered by the instructions is how to set up not as the main domain and to be able to define other domains yourself without the need for anyone else to be able to define the domains or sub-domains. It turns out that this is very easy to do even though the instructions appear to suggest it is impossible.
PHP 7 Programming Cookbook
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PHP 7 Programming Cookbook : Doug Bierer: Book
A combination of WPTouch, WordFence and WP_Cache plugins on your WordPress blog gets WordFence totally confused when you update WPTouch. A misleading error message is produced telling you that WPTouch is disabled but the instructions on what to do about it are completely misleading. For some reason you have to enable and then disable caching in WordFence to clear the message.
For more detailed instructions and information about clashes with other caching modules see WPTouch and WordFence
This concept looked so interesting that I actually copied the idea for a script that I created. Unfortunately it appears that the way WordPress implemented multisite only works in very limited cases.
Find out more about my opinion of WordPress MultiSite
PHP 7 : The Basics
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PHP 7 : The Basics : Steve Prettyman: eBooks
This multi-purpose plugin adds many of the features available to wordpress.com hosted blogs to your own self hosted blog. You do need a wordpress.com account to use it though.
If you have a bbPress forum fully integrated into your WordPress site then for the most part the new users will be able to use the same role for interacting with both the blog and the forum. There are a few exceptions though particularly where the roles for the two are different. It is quite easy when you apply security to WordPress for the bbPress role for your administrator login to be lost. Here’s how to find the option within bbPress to fix this.