[wp-hackers] (OT) WordPress Hosting: Individual Sites vs Network
Gavin.Pearce at 3seven9.com
Thu Mar 10 19:42:45 UTC 2011
Seen some neat code with Rackspace Devs for creating Cloud Servers and
installing WordPress on the fly recently, all using their Cloud API.
Give me a shout if you're interested.
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[mailto:wp-hackers-bounces at lists.automattic.com] On Behalf Of John 3:16
Sent: 08 March 2011 01:31
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Subject: Re: [wp-hackers] WordPress Hosting: Individual Sites vs Network
interesting seems a little too hacky for my tastes. And it seems to me
would create problems of its own. For example some sites would have a
custom theme avavlible just to them, or that diffrent sites have
sets of plugins. Thanks anyway is interesting, although while i read
do wonder why the author didn;t just use multisite, lol.
On Mon, Mar 7, 2011 at 5:08 PM, Stephen Rider
<wp-hackers at striderweb.com>wrote:
> Hi --
> You might be interested in Virtual Multiblog:
> Stephen Rider
> On Mar 6, 2011, at 11:51 PM, John 3:16 Media wrote:
> > Hello everyone, I am wanting to get into WordPress hosting
> > setting each client up with their own individual site versus using a
> > network. Having a network does simplify things like provisioning,
> > upgrading, supporting, etc. Also seems that it could save a large
> > disc space, for core wp files, plugins, and themes.
> > But here is my problem with a network: Each site is unique,
> > unlike in a blog network (which is what the network feature was
> > for), technically I can set it up to keep the sites as independent
> > another as possible, but they share the same user's table and I
> > like to avoid this. Also some clients with advanced needs would
> > to go on their own individual site.
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