How To Setup WordPress Multisite



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In this video I’m going to demonstrate How To Setup WordPress Multisite.

If you want to see How To Uninstall WordPress Multisite, then watch this video:

A WordPress multisite network is similar to your own personal version of WordPress.com. Users of your network can create their own sites on demand, just like end users of WordPress.com can create blogs on demand. If you do not have any need to allow end users to create their own sites on demand, you can create a multisite network in which only you, the administrator, can add new sites.

A WordPress multisite network is a collection of sites that all share the same WordPress installation. They can also share plugins and themes. The individual sites in the network are virtual sites in the sense that they do not have their own directories on your server, although they do have separate directories for media uploads within the shared installation, and they do have separate tables in the database.

I will also cover the process of configuring your wp-config.php file and your .htaccess file.

I’ll walk you through the process of how to create a brand-new site and also how to network activate themes and plugins as well as maintaining and updating the various WordPress themes and WordPress plugins on your site network.

Your WordPress Website can be used to manage multiple websites with the WordPress Multisite Feature Enabled.

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20 Responses

  1. Lara Vosloo says:

    Hi there. Thank you very much for this video. I am still experiencing a problem. After I edited the wp-config.php and the .htaccess files, I can not login to my Dashboard again. I use the correct username and password but it takes me to the default WordPress page as a blog and not into my Dashboard. How do I fix this? Thank you

  2. Architectural Design Floors says:

    DNS not found problem…Have you solved this issue. if yes, how?

  3. krissy m says:

    deleting all my plugins is not a option, is there another way?

  4. Rajesh Sharma says:

    Thanks a lot, you have solve my problem very easily ……well done

  5. Sundar says:

    I have done all thing as you said. But, When i try to reach admin panel it's shows – File not found (404 error) and Future home of something quite cool – showing for vising site. Please help me

  6. Sundar says:

    Many thanks

  7. alan peng0000 says:

    Thank you for your great video.

  8. César Saballos says:

    Thank you very much, exactly what I was looking for…

  9. Charlotte Bedford says:

    Absolutely awesome video. I have followed completely until i got to adding a site. I think i have added the site but I am just getting an error message when I press "visit site" – so something isnt working properly?!

  10. Meet The Olivers says:

    thanks so much for this video! I am however stuck on a particular part because I can't understand the word your saying in the video.. (im not a coder or anything savey so i'm literally using this video for step by step ) – when I get to the part of the video where you talking about the code we enter.. the action that you say to take before writing the word "true" … i can't understand that word your saying. define( 'WP_ALLOW_MULTISITE', true ); is what I put but the new tool thats supposed to pop up in wordpress isn't poppin up.. In the video you say a word that sounds like … "boonyeun value?" … what is that and how do I do that action on my keyboard. Thanks!

  11. Zahid Amin says:

    6:00 of the video please tell me the difference between sub-domain and sub-directories.

  12. Dayne Williams says:

    Hi Pixem, why do you have to disable plugins before installing multi-site?

  13. Mansur Alam says:

    Hi, How to migration WordPress multisite?

  14. Azizul Khan says:

    Very nice. Thanks.

  15. Kristin Miller says:

    Hello! I have gotten to the network setup (with an active site) and I receive the message " Because your installation is not new, the sites in your WordPress network must use sub-domains. The main site in a sub-directory installation will need to use a modified permalink structure, potentially breaking existing links. " I already use a sub-domain, so I would like to add this multisite as a sub-directory. What am I doing wrong?? Thanks!

  16. sunweed Ali says:

    supperb…..great explanation

  17. Didodi Drive says:

    Why sub-directory over sub-domain? Will I be able to place a separate site under a completely separate domain name using sub-directory?

  18. Kelly Watson says:

    Easy to follow instructions but I keep getting missing or invalid site address after trying to add a new site.

  19. Gusmann Chéry says:

    Hello, sorry if my question sounds dumb i'm new to this. I was wondering if my clients have access to their websites so they can also manage their websites are they gonna be able to see and manage all my websites having them under the same username and password?

  20. Trailer Master says:

    You are awesome man | I was held out in this case from the last two days | I ignored your video first because of its length but finally saw it and executed it and the result was positive | Thank You | You are Awesome | I liked and Subscribed your video and channel | Please upload such videos on wordpress which could be helpful.

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