[wp-edu] How do you manage a site with 100+ sub sites with WordPress?
Hugh Paterson III
hugh at thejourneyler.org
Fri Mar 13 05:47:03 UTC 2015
What sort of site retirement policy do you maintain? How do admin know when to purge a site from a set of 4,000?
- Hugh Paterson III
On Mar 12, 2015, at 4:37 PM, Joseph Ugoretz <joseph.ugoretz at mhc.cuny.edu> wrote:
> WordPress multisite works very well for this. We currently have, on our big multisite install, over 4,000 sites, with many different themes. We aren't currently using domain mapping but may soon.
> My CUNY colleagues at Baruch College have a similar set up with far more sites.
> Joseph Ugoretz, PhD
> Associate Dean
> Teaching, Learning and Technology
> Macaulay Honors College, CUNY
> 35 West 67th St.
> New York, New York 10023
> On Mar 12, 2015, at 7:26 PM, Mcmillan, Scott <scott.mcmillan at ubc.ca> wrote:
>> Hi Ryan,
>> On the UBC CMS we have just over 900 domain mapped sites.
>> We run one Network within multi site and have one central theme and allow users to map their domains using the Domain Mapping Plugin.
>> It's worked well for users so far.
>> From: wp-edu [wp-edu-bounces at lists.automattic.com] on behalf of Ryan Kite [rkite at yvcc.edu]
>> Sent: Thursday, March 12, 2015 3:46 PM
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>> Subject: [wp-edu] How do you manage a site with 100+ sub sites with WordPress?
>> We are looking at going with WordPress with at our college, currently have about 100+ sub sites under one master, each with unique navigation and content.
>> How do you manage this in WordPress?
>> Ryan Kite
>> Web Designer
>> 509.574.4788 | rkite at yvcc.edu
>> Yakima Valley Community College
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