In the last session we added information on TLS/SSL and added a few items to the guide roadmap. In a nutshell, a wildcard SSL is highly recommended to secure your network, especially on the login/administration pages and when accepting customer payment details. EV SSL certificates offer extended validation and are more onerous to buy, but […]
In this session we added a high level overview of securing your network. Most of this is standard WordPress security stuff. For multisite networks security is especially important because access to a Super Admin account gives access to every site on your network. Recommendations include standard WordPress best practices plus third-party plugins for brute force […]
In this session we covered the settings in the Network Admin dashboard Settings > Network Settings menu. Many of these are a matter of preference, but we included a number of recommendations including templates for the New Site Welcome and New User Welcome emails that you can use. See the full WordPress website platform guide here.
In this session we covered wp-config.php and some customizations that may help your network. Every setup is different based on host and configuration, so what you need may vary. In a later update we’ll go more into detail on what each settings does. Check out the full guide about using WordPress as an automated website […]
In this session we discussed how our automated website platform works. We learned that it allows us to create and maintain an unlimited number of WordPress sites (or as many as our hardware supports) on a single network. All websites on the network share a single filesystem which simplifies theme/plugin updates and other maintenance. All sites also […]