[wp-testers] converting from wp to wp mu - how to?
engel at solunion.com
Fri Mar 13 21:03:17 GMT 2009
But the most important things perhaps is about search engines indexing.
Any change after moving from wp to wp mu?
It is a risk for any big site depending on google traffic to change
things... that is why I am afraid to proceed.
2009/3/6 DD32 <wordpress at dd32.id.au>
> On this, WordPress 2.8 seems to be going the way of helping integrate
> MU plugins to plain WP, get_site_option() is now in WP Core, So is
> support for wp-content/mu-plugins (anything in there, is always active
> on the WP install, no way to deactivate).
> Something similar is happening on the WPMU side of things i believe,
> to make it easier for WP plugins to work with WPMU, I'm not too sure
> of whats happening there though (I dont follow WPMU development.. I
> cant even install the thing..)
> 2009/3/7 Pixline › Paolo Tresso <supporto at pixline.net>:
> > Il giorno 07/mar/09, alle ore 02:10, Stephen Rider ha scritto:
> >> Many WP plugins are not compatible with MU.
> > and many others can work with WPMU only. not exactly the same ones,
> > but that's a fact.
> > I think that if you need to have more than one blog, maybe subdomains
> > special content and its own layout, wpmu is the way.
> > you can even map domain names on top of each blog if you need it, so you
> > have one installation for all your WordPress powered websites...
> > Paolo / Pixline
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