All posts by Kyle Bondo

@Trenchbucket -- Creative strategy dragon, off-road racing podcaster, WordPress & PHP developer, outdoor race promoter, and US Navy Veteran. Current products: Reckoneer, Merchants of Dirt Podcast, and Wolf Bouncer All-Mountain Series.

How to add sub-domains to WordPress Multisite using symbolic links

If you have created your first WordPress Multisite Monster, chances are that you will want to add a subsite to it soon! Since WordPress Multisite uses only a single code base to

My first WordCamp

It’s finally here! I’m in Asheville, NC, attending WordCamp Asheville 2015 and getting ready to give a presentation on the Monsters of WordPress on July 26, 2015! Very exciting stuff and I

Build a WordPress Multisite monster for clubs

One of the first WordPress Multisite Monster Patterns you may encounter is the Wakemaker. This slow moving beast resembles a giant sea turtle with a small community on its back, gracefully trolling

Three strategies to avoid big WordPress Multisite monsters

WordPress Multisite — what I like to referred to as Monster Sites — is an often misunderstood creature. Most developer attempts at explaining the purpose of this configuration do not go beyond

How to prepare your content for the mobile-ready drive

Managing a massive website is no longer a one person gig. Most web savvy business owners know it takes emerging roles like Content Contributor, Web Content Editor, and Content Management System (CMS)

When to use WordPress Multisite

Mika Epstein is one of the foremost leaders in WordPress Multisite development, administration, and networking. During the WordCamp San Francisco 2013, she gave an excellent presentation called “Don’t Use WordPress Multisite” in which she argued that most single instance WordPress sites can do what you need Multisite to do with a effective use of plugins.

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