Updating modules and themes requires ftp access to your serve

12-Jul-2019 00:09

The last couple of years have been exciting for our flagship Avada theme.

Its elegant mix of responsive design, simple customization options and powerful built-in features have led over 125,000 satisfied customers to make it their Word Press theme of choice.

With those precautions out of the way, we’re ready to enable Multisite.

Enabling Multisite is as straightforward as editing one key PHP file. Here, we’re faced with the domain choice previously mentioned.

However, from the point of view of Word Press itself, they are essentially the same.

It’s unfortunately outside the scope of this article, but it’s still worth noting that you also have the option of mapping a full domain to either of the options above.

Before we get started with the setup though, let’s take a moment to cover some background on Word Press Multisite itself.

One click of a button on each site will import the demo of your choice.Rather than rehash the basic setups here, we’ll assume you have a single-site Word Press install running locally from the outset on either MAMP or XAMPP.There are a couple of considerations to bear in mind before we get going, mostly to do with the eventual domain structure we will use. Before installing Multisite, we highly recommend taking the time to go through Word Press’ excellent Which one you go for is a matter of preference.The requirements for Multisite in terms of hosting resources and technical knowledge are higher than they would be for a single site setup.Server side settings will have to be adjusted and DNS configuration is certain to rear its head at some point.

One click of a button on each site will import the demo of your choice.

Rather than rehash the basic setups here, we’ll assume you have a single-site Word Press install running locally from the outset on either MAMP or XAMPP.

There are a couple of considerations to bear in mind before we get going, mostly to do with the eventual domain structure we will use. Before installing Multisite, we highly recommend taking the time to go through Word Press’ excellent Which one you go for is a matter of preference.

The requirements for Multisite in terms of hosting resources and technical knowledge are higher than they would be for a single site setup.

Server side settings will have to be adjusted and DNS configuration is certain to rear its head at some point.

That powerful combination packs even more of a punch when deployed across a network of sites.