May 31, 2018 — In this session, attendees will learn about the basic features of some of the most popular and powerful tools for making a WordPress site into a community hub: Multisite, BuddyPress, Commons-in-a-Box, and bbPress. We’ll also discuss how and whether to offer particular functionalities with one or more of these tools:
* Collecting specific user data (BuddyPress Extended Profile Fields)
* Letting users talk to one another on your site (forums, groups, private messages)
* Allowing users to create their own sub-communities on your community site (sites with Multisite, Groups with BuddyPress)
* Displaying user directories and profiles
* One-way communication with users (dashboard messages, mass emails, enabling email subscriptions to blog posts)
May 5, 2018 — Further, I shall talk about the things to be considered to maintain a network installation running 100s of Multisite sites and scale them effectively and what tools and plugins are available that eases the workflow. Finally to add on, I shall go one level higher and touch the topic about network of networks and how to setup a network of networks and maintain it effectively.
All in all the idea behind talk is to educate about maintaining a network and network of networks effectively on WordPress.
October 24, 2017 — O objetivo é apresentar o recurso multisite do WordPress, mostrar seus pontos positivos e negativos, além de apresentar as principais diferenças estruturais entre uma instalação padrão e uma instalação multisite.
Além dos conceitos, também serão passadas algumas dicas para desenvolvedores usarem melhor o recurso.
August 7, 2017 — Multisite is often treated as a dark corner of WordPress and can be forgotten or managed poorly when developing public plugins or working on client projects.
Let’s pull back the curtain and shed some light.
We’ll cover a brief history of multisite to give context to some of the early decisions. We’ll walk through the structure and load process to show how straightforward multisite really is. We’ll go through the brand new WP_Site_Query and WP_Network_Query class introduced in WordPress 4.6. And we’ll cover some common solutions to things people frequently want to do with multisite.
June 16, 2017 — Multisite is a powerful tool used to expand the capacity of WordPress while still maintaining all the things you know and love. Multisite allows site mangers to share a core codebase of themes and plugins but deliver different experiences to each website. With multisite domain mapper a company can white label their product for multiple clients while still using one main WordPress engine. Learn how a multisite works, how to set up a multisite, how it can benefit your business and how to development a WordPress multisite platform.
What is WordPress Multisite and how I use it
How does WordPress Multisite handle data, themes and users
How to build plugins for a WordPress multisite
April 29, 2017 — We’ll look at why, even when writing proprietary plugins or themes, it’s important to consider simple enhancements that will influence future code structure and decision-making points. Whether you are working on in-house or client-specific projects, or building a commercial plugin to be sold the world over, as the engineer you should be considering the small steps you can take to make your life easier in the future.
April 14, 2017 — The REST API is one of the three major focuses that Matt Mullenweg announced for this year. On the other hand, Multisite has always been a minor focus on the WordPress project, as the number of its users is relatively low. However, those few who maintain larger WordPress setups usually activate Multisite and need its functionality as much as ever.
With WordPress 4.7, the REST API content endpoints were merged into core – however without any proper handling of Multisite. The Multisite team has stepped forward and announced getting the REST API compatible as their primary goal for 2017.
In his session, Felix will talk about the efforts of bringing Multisite endpoints to the REST API and the challenges that arise as a result.
December 1, 2016 — Umesh Chaudhary is a Senior WordPress Developer & Team Lead at Rigorous Web Services. He has been involved in Web Development industry since 2013. The topic for his presentation is Multisite, Core Concepts.
He will give a throughout concept of what WordPress Multisite is, how it works, when and where to use it and lastly where not to. He will not be sharing codes but the ideas about the WP Multisite.
There are several ways to approach managing your dependencies: You can have a zip folder of them; keep them all in a Git repo; use more advanced Git techniques like submodules or subtrees; or use something like TGM Plugin Activation library. You can also use a Composer — the standard PHP dependency management tool — to manage your WordPress site dependencies.
This session will walk you through managing your WordPress dependencies using modern tools like Git, WP-CLI, and Composer, making maintenance easier and decreasing the amount of third-party code you have to store in your repo or code management tool. You should come away knowing a few different approaches to make dependency management both less work and less prone to problems and mistakes.