• WordPress Multi-Site Enabler Plugin

    This plugin takes care of most of the dirty work of installing Multi-Site on WordPress 3.0. However, there may be some server-side changes you may need to do before upgrading to Multi-Site. Please refer to Multi-Site requirements before using this plugin.

    Please see the  support forum for assistance.

    Features

    • Easily upgrade your WordPress 3.0 blog into Multi-Site with the click of a single button.

    Requirements

    • WordPress 3.0+
    • Apache server (IIS & Ngnix NOT supported by this plugin.)

    Installation

    1. If you download the plugin manually with the link above, make sure it is uploaded to “/wp-content/plugins/”.
    2. Activate in the “Plugins” admin panel using the “Activate” link.
    3. A new menu item under ‘Settings’ is added, it is titled ‘Enable Multi-Site’. Follow the instructions on it’s screen.

    Instructions

    1. After activating the plugin, click “Enable Multi-Site” located in the “Settings” menu title in the administration panel.
    2. Fill in the required information.
    3. Click “Install”.
    4. Login to WordPress again.

    Change log

    V1.5 February 19th 2011

    • Fixed issue where .htaccess type was not being created properly.
    • Reworked some security checks.
    • Started development on the ability to reverse Multi-Site.
    • Made it PHP 4 friendly.
    • Gave the users the ability to override the subdomain vs subfolder warnings.

    V1.4 July 19th 2010

    • Fixed bug where .htaccess was not being created correctly for some users. Multi-Blogs where not forwarding correctly and users were not able to access their wp-admin panel or see their themes properly.

    V1.3 July 13th 2010

    • Reverted bug fix where the “Network” tab was appearing under the “Tools” menu. This is not supposed to happen.
    • Added links to documentation regarding Multi-Site and all of its requirements.

    V1.2 – July 10th 2010

    • Fixed bug where some users received the message: “Fatal error: Cannot redeclare network_step1()”

    V1.1 – July 9th 2010

    • Fixed bug where the “Network” tab was not appearing under the “Tools” menu.
    • Fixed bug where /wp-content/blogs.dir was not being created correctly
    • Made small changes to error checking.

    V1.0 – July 8th 2010

    • Plugin Released

    Known Bugs

    • None

    Future Releases

    • V2.0
      • Reverse Multi-Site Install
      • IIS Support.
      • Ngnix Support.

    19 Responses to WordPress Multi-Site Enabler Plugin

    1. February 2, 2012 at 7:59 pm

      Plugin is great. Can I delete it after it the site is set up to multisite.

    2. February 3, 2012 at 5:57 pm

      Thanks. Yes you may.

    3. February 22, 2012 at 7:52 pm

      When I install ‘enable multi site’ it installs OK but then I lose
      all my options in the ‘Plugins’ menu. Cannot add new plugins
      or uninstall the ‘enable multi site plugin’ I have used multi sites
      on this domain for over a year until my site was hacked into last
      week and I lost all my multisites. I have had my hosting company reset my account twice already and it looks as if I will have to ask them again and then forget about multisites, unless you know of any other way to get my ‘Plugins’ menu back.

      Thank you
      Marian

    4. Pingback: Activación de Wordpress Multisite para Subdominios | Lo que encuentro, hago y aprendo de… from Spain

    5. September 12, 2012 at 7:28 am

      I have been struggling around to make this Multisite enabled. I was looking at a lot of extensions and explaination. Now its great. Everything is described in here with summary. Thanks

    6. Anna T from Kristinehamn, Värmlands Län, Sweden
      December 30, 2012 at 5:10 pm

      Is this plugin still working for WordPress 3.5? And do you have any experience of creating Sites in a Network which is placed in URL path under another Network?

    7. January 1, 2013 at 11:24 am

      any ideas when v2 will drop?

    8. Pingback: Download WordPress Multi-Site from here! | JG Web Development from Houston, TX, United States

    9. Ashley Sargent from Stafford, VA, United States
      July 9, 2013 at 12:53 am

      The download file now gives me a file not found error.

      • July 9, 2013 at 12:57 am

        Thanks. I’ll return home in a few hours to fix this.

        Sorry about the mixup.

      • July 9, 2013 at 2:20 am

        The download link has been fixed. Thanks for letting me aware of the issue.

    10. Pingback: WordPress Multi-Site Enabler Plugin Removed by WordPress | JG Web Development from New York, NY, United States

    11. November 19, 2013 at 12:25 pm

      wow thx bro! i will donate soon!

    12. May 6, 2014 at 6:46 pm

      great job man!! i have tried before 5 min it seems good, i will try some more options it rest is ok donation of 10$ is yours, greetings from Serbia..

    13. May 14, 2014 at 5:44 am

      Jason, I want to make my multisite with subdomains, does it support ?

    14. Pingback: WordPress MU และ WordPress Multi-Site Enabler Plugin: วิธีติดตั้ง | DekCD.com from Cedar Grove, NJ, United States

    15. Pingback: Wordpress Multisite from Seattle, WA, United States

    16. September 9, 2014 at 7:22 am

      Great example, thank you.

    Leave a Reply