Multisite

CampusPress, Hosting, Higher Education, schools

The WPMU DEV team is also behind CampusPress, which provides WordPress hosting and services for schools, school districts, and universities. For over a decade, we’ve managed some of the largest and highest traffic WordPress Multisite networks in the world, including Edublogs, Global2, and Sites at Penn State. All in, we’re talking over 10 million sites across more than a thousand Multisite installs. Nothing to shake a stick at! Over the past few years,...

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Tips for Managing Multiple Websites for Multiple Clients

If you’re running a WordPress business, you’ll probably be managing a number of websites for more than one client. I host a bunch of websites for a wide variety of clients, from single page sites establishing the presence of a business that doesn’t need to market itself online (yes, those genuinely exist) to large e-commerce sites and active blogs. The sites I manage include those that I’ve created from scratch for...

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The Dangers of Cross-Site Contamination and How to Prevent It

One of the worst things about flu season is the inevitability that you’re going to get sick. You might work in an office environment where coworkers come in with runny noses. Or maybe you take the bus to a co-work space where other commuters cough and touch the same railing you’re holding onto. Or perhaps you work from the “safety” of your home where your kids are likely to share some...

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How to Manage Multisite Redesign with Cloner and Snapshot

If you’re anything like me, you like to redesign your website every year or two. I’ve just redesigned mine to reflects changes to the services I offer and the kind of writing I do. But redesigning your own website is something you aren’t going to get paid for, so you’ll want to make the process as painless as possible. In this post I’ll show you a simple technique you can follow that...

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