Disabling Multi-site Sharing?

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May 9, 2014 at 2:32 am #3499
h2 Media Labs
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Sorry to post on an old topic, but without the ability to search topics, this is the most relevant context.

We are wondering if it is possible to share the taxonomies between sites, but not share the data. That is, I have a taxonomy of “varietal”, as in wine, and I can see them all from each site, but I want to be able to see only the wineries PER SITE that have the selected varietals. Right now it is a global table, where I can see the number of wineries across all the sites that have specific active varietals.

Maybe we can filter it programmatically? This is a major issue for us, as we are building filters for each taxonomy PER SITE and need to be able to display non-empty values PER SITE. Using $wf_>the_site() does not work due to the way the data is stored (all sites show the same data).

Please advise!

Thanks Much, Mary

May 9, 2014 at 8:18 am #3500
traversal
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Hey Mary,

It sounds like you’re wanting to share taxonomy “terms” across a multisite, which is a slightly different problem. Is that correct? The multisite sharing mode will allow you to share taxonomies (definitions) across all of the sites in your network, but the terms (data) will not be shared. WordPress doesn’t allow you to share taxonomy terms out of the box, and we don’t have any features that enable that.

Can you elaborate on your multisite setup a bit more, as I’m struggling to visualise it in my head. I would assume that varietals and the terms would be something you want to share across the entire multisite network? Does each winery have its own site in the network?

Thanks.

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