When new WordPress sites are added to your network a welcome message is automatically sent to the site administrator, learn how to customize this message.
- [Voiceover] As the network administrator…for your multisite network you have control over…many of the initial settings for your new sites.…When we added the new ENV100 site in a previous movie…WordPress took care of a bunch of work for us.…First it checked to see if the e-mail address that we set…for the site already had an account on our network,…and if not, it created a user account,…and generated a random password for that account.…Since I used the same e-mail address that I used…in my network admin account,…it skipped over the user creation step.…
Next it automatically sent an e-mail to the site admin…to let them know that the site was created…and how to access it.…Here's the e-mail that was sent to me.…If we go back to our network settings page…and scroll down to the new site section…we can see and edit the welcome e-mail.…Multisite uses a form of markup where certain keywords…or variables typed in all caps will be replaced…with information out of the database.…The ones used in the welcome e-mail…are fairly self-evident.…
- 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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