WordPress has the ability to run multiple websites from one installation of WordPress. This type of configuration is called WordPress Multisite.
Lately I’ve been experimenting a bit with Multisite and I created this post to keep tabs on some interesting links I’ve found. Hopefully I will expand on this post as I learn more about this system.
WordPress Multisite can be a good solution for you if you plan to own a network of sites. Actually there are a number of ideal scenarios for WordPress Multisite:
- Blog networks
- Social networks
- Internal networks for organizations or companies
- Educational sites
- Sites that span cities, customer groups, or other various groups
- Any other WP site that may need the option for multiple sites within one install
Here’s an interesting article showing some scenarios where one could be tempted to use Multisite, and describing a better alternative:
Need instructions for setting up WordPress Multisite? Here are a few guides:
Here are just two plugins which I found useful when using WordPress Multisite. There are many more of course.
XAMPP Multisite Setup
These are good guides on how to set up WordPress Multisite on XAMPP:
How to Setup Multisite Domain Mapping
Have you used Multisite? Tell us how you used it and whether you like it or not in the comments section below.
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