A few days ago in WordPress job list came a request for WordPress MU site wide search plugin. Out of interest I googled string:
wordpress mu search plugin
To tell the truth: I was surprised. It returned only two decent results:
Decided to test them. On a local server made a clean WordPress MU install (With subdomains). Used default WordPress theme.
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After reading a post on weblogtoolscollection.com about checklists for WordPress installs.
Note: This list shows some pointers for your WordPress install, nothing else and, it is a subject to change.
- Change table prefix to differ from the default one for your WordPress installation (wp-config.php file). To mitigate zero-day SQL Injection attacks.
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A few days a go I needed to change default Modularity theme dropdown menu from onclick like functionality to onmouseover like functionality.
It was easy. But, the script they use, it didn’t work with IE6: I needed to find another way. Now, it is possible to write such script from scratch, but: if there exists an existing script, why bother.
I couldn’t find an existing, simple plugin for WordPress, so went looking for general purpose frameworks.
I found this: Free CSS Drop-Down Menu Framework. It’s free and licensed under the GNU General Public License.
Here is how to add it to your WordPress theme:
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While trying to install WordPress MU in a subdirectory, you may come across an error:
There doesn’t seem to be a
wp-config.php file. I need this before we can get started.
I did come across it. There is a button: Create a Configuration File, I clicked on it, but nothing happened.
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