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Turn WordPress into multisite network
Are you having multiple WordPress websites? Did you know that you can have all your websites managed on one WordPress installation and manage them all from one administration panel? Yes, you can. By following easy instructions written here it's possible. WordPress offers really amazing opportunities to do almost everything you can imagine when it comes to blogging.
No need to have multiple WordPress installation for each blog you have. You can have numerous blogs with separate and different settings, themes and plugins, and yet manage it all from one admin panel!
To turn WordPress into multisite network, first thing to do is to access your site using an FTP client or cPanel file manager and open wp-config.php file for editing.
Aadd this line to your wp-config.php file just before the /* That’s all, stop editing! Happy blogging. */ line:
/* Multisite */
define( 'WP_ALLOW_MULTISITE', true );
Save your updates and your WordPress will support using multisite network.
Right after that, you will notice that your admin panel looking bit different with some more features automatically added to that. You will see possibilities to create many websites from one admin panel, to set different theme for each and to add different plugins and widgets to each blog, or to decide if you wish to use some of these for all blogs on your network.
You will be able also to decide which URL structure you want for your blogs, you can use subdirectories or subdomains like:
- http://myblog.com/blog1 or
Other settings can depend on your webhosting features and cappabilities, so if you need more details regarding setting up multisite network you can ask here or have look at WordPress musltisite network