[wp-docs] WPMU table of contents

Carreg carreg at carregs-blog.co.uk
Tue Aug 11 10:33:30 UTC 2009

Thanks, that looks good and should make it a whole lot easier to find 
things MU related.  I'll have a go at getting some of those pages 
updated and fleshed out over the next couple of days.  We should 
probably also add a link back from the top of Category:WPMU back to that 
page to make it easier to find.

While I'm at it, thanks also to whoever got the red links back for pages 
which don't exist -- that'll make my ongoing work through the WPMU 
function pages a whole lot easier to manage!


Lorelle on WordPress wrote:
> I've added a WPMU "table of contents" with articles I found tagged 
> with the WPMU category, a first step in cleaning up the table of 
> contents organization of the Codex.
> http://codex.wordpress.org/WPMU
> I'm sure I missed some articles. I included links to things like the 
> WPMU functions without listing all of the functions as that is the 
> purpose of that page, not the main TOC page. I also did not include 
> examples of WPMU Plugins and Widgets as those aren't educational or 
> technical articles but examples pointed to from other articles - 
> except where they represented a technical example.
> Could you all go through the Codex and check to see if I missed any 
> key articles, especially those that will work in the username space?
> It's also clear that many of these articles are seriously out of date. 
> For instance:
> 1. http://codex.wordpress.org/WPMU_Widgets needs to be updated with 
> instructions on how to widgetize a Plugin or Widget for WPMU
> 2. http://codex.wordpress.org/WPMU_Plugins needs to have instructions 
> on how to convert a Plugin to WPMU compatibility - not showcase some 
> WPMU Plugins.
> Anyone ready to take these on, jump on them and let us know.
> If you find articles that need to be in the WPMU table of contents, 
> please let me know and I'll add them. Also check to ensure I put them 
> in the right "category" grouping on the TOC. Not sure which articles 
> should really be in the Development section and which under Advanced. 
> It is always a hard line to determine.
> If this inspires you to write up more WPMU articles, GO FOR IT! :D
> Thanks!
> Lorelle
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