Special thanks to the people I consulted with in the creation of this course and final good bye.
- [Voiceover] That brings us to the end…of WordPress in the classroom multisite.…We covered a lot of ground in this course…and I hoped it's helped to empower you…to leverage this incredible tool in your classroom.…Feel free to reach out to me at Twitter @csmattia.…I'd love to hear about how you're implementing…WordPress Multisite in your classroom.…Before we go, I'd like to say thank you…to some of the people who provided invaluable…advice and guidance in the creation of this course.…Lisa Mattia from Occidental College.…Adam Croom from the University of Oklahoma.…
Rolin Moe from Seattle Pacific University.…Walter Hatch from St. Mary's College of Maryland.…Bill Williams from St. Mary's College of Maryland.…Michael Berman from CSU Channel Islands.…Jay Field from City College of San Francisco.…Sean Colins from CoreQuick.…And Tim Owens from Reclaim Hosting.…Thank you all.…Until next time, I'm Chris Mattia.…Thanks for learning with me.…
- Creating a test environment to configure WordPress Multisite
- Designing a Multisite network
- Manually creating a Multisite network
- Creating new sites
- Managing access and privacy settings
- Adding and managing users
- Managing plugins and themes across multiple sites
- Creating a site template
- Aggregating posts in a Multisite network
- Supporting students
- Exporting student sites
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Designing a Multisite Network
3. Creating a Multisite Network
4. Managing a Multisite Network
5. Managing a Multisite Network of Classes
6. Managing a Multisite Network for Students
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