Do you own or manage multiple WordPress blogs? Until now managing those multiple sites and keeping your plugins and WordPress themes must have been time consuming – wherein you are required to login to each site separately and press that update all button – unless you had a paid third party centralized WordPress sites management service. Worry not, folks at Jetpack/Automatic/WordPress have just introduced this feature free for all WordPressers so that you can manage multiple sites and keep plugins up-to-date from one dashboard at wordpress.com/plugins. Enabling this feature allows all existing, connected Administrators to access/modify your site plugins from WordPress.com.
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After setting up a network with a couple of computers on it, you will probably want to take advantage of it and have your printers shared by all computers on the network. This will give you two advantages: All of your computers will have access … [Continue reading]
After setting up WordPress on your Local Machine, it's time to move to multi-sites WordPress features. The cool thing about multisite is that it allows you to share a common set of themes, plugins, and authors among several different blogs or … [Continue reading]