Posted: January 12, 2013 in Tutorials

Practical Guide to WordPress Multisite Network

The Multisite Network feature of WordPress lets you host more than one site using a single installation. This is very Helpful if you need to handle / host multiple subdomains or sub directories.

This Tutorial from Gagan Goraya (Twitter – @gaganontweet) will walk you through the steps involved in the setup and then guide you through some basic functions for the maintenance of the network.

This example has been executed on a localhost environment on a windows based machine.

Enjoy !!









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