Reply To: Disabling Multi-site Sharing?

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traversal # Posted on May 3, 2013 at 3:29 pm
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Yeah, I think you’re right – more people would actually use multisite to manage completely separate sites. I had thought about ways to maybe use different defaults for Network activation versus individual site activation, but my gut says that might be confusing, as it doesn’t necessarily seem to follow that network activation would share the setup by default.

I think what I may do is to require a “define” in wp-config to activate the current “shared” setup, but by default have it operate the way you guys want it. It feels more like a config item, so would probably be better than a filter.

Thanks for the link to the ms-files discussion, that’ll help!

I’ll add you on Skype too, in case I run into a wall and need to talk it over. 🙂

Thanks

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