Activate plugin – One site –Super Admins1. Network Admin > Sites2. Click the “Dashboard” link
3. Click on the “Plugins” menu4. Click the “Activate” link for the plugin
Activate Plugin – One site –Non-super admin You can’t! Unless …
Allow Site Admins to ActivatePlugins1. Network Admin > Settings2. Scroll to the very bottom3. Check the box to enable Plugins4. Save
Banning Ban certain site names Ban users based on one or more email domains Limit allowed emails to one or more domains
Upload Settings Size limit for total sub-site uploads File types allowed to be uploaded Maximum single file size
Info Tab Set domain name (NOT for domain mapping) Set path (for sub-directory multisites) Mark as: Public Archived Spam Deleted Mature
Users Tab Add/Remove users from sub-site Add existing users, already registered in the network Add new users Set User Roles for sub-site
Settings Tab Directly modify most settings for the sub-site
Domain mapping Use “WordPress MU Domain Mapping” http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/word press-mu-domain-mapping/ Carefully follow installation instructions Cannot map primary domain
Plugin Order mattersPlugins are loaded in this order:1. Must-use plugins (in /wp-content/mu- plugins)2. Network Activated Plugins3. Site activated plugins NOTE: Site activated plugins areskipped for the wp-activate.php page, andwhen WordPress is being installed
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