[wp-edu] Wordpress vs Wordpress MU for a school website?

Brian Layman Brian at b5media.com
Wed Nov 5 21:25:24 GMT 2008

Note that it can get a little complicated if you are using completely
differint urls for each and every site. (sitea.com siteb.com sitec.com
etc...)  However if you are running things out of the same domains like
http://****.hardknocks.edu or http://www.hardknocks.edu/**** then WPMU is a
very good option for you.

Brian Layman
b5media Inc.
www.b5Media.com / www.TheCodeCave.com / www.rhettandlink.com

-----Original Message-----
| On Wed, Nov 5, 2008 at 2:25 PM, Velda <velda at novapages.com> wrote:
| > Hi all, or whoever might be signed up so far at least....  Is anyone
else in
| > here using WordPress for an elementary school website?
| > I need to get my kids' school site off Joomla, and I'm debating whether
| > need to go with WordPress MU so different departments can manage their
| > stuff.  I'd definitely envisioned using multiple blogs with sub
| > to achieve different content management functions.  The 'hundreds of
| > thousands' of blogs bit sounds like MU would be overkill... as we need
| > more than 10 here.  But I'm curious as to how that works.
| >
| > If anyone's got this going for their school, would you mind sharing your
| > and your experience?
| >
| > I'm still somewhat new to WordPress, so pardon my ignorance... I'm
| > I'll catch up quickly :o)  Thank you, and thanks to automattic for
| > this list, too.
| >
| > Velda

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