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Combine several Wordpress-based websites?

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by m0n3y_, Mar 26, 2011.

  1. m0n3y_

    m0n3y_ Junior Member

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    Hey everyone,

    Okay, so this is the situation. I got around 10 websites that all are using Worpdress and I'm getting kinda tired having to upload every new cool plugin I find to each site.

    Is there anyway I can combine all these sites togheter and upload one plugin to all by a single click?

    Thank you all.:D
     
  2. dragonlube

    dragonlube Regular Member

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    man...I busted my behind trying to figure this one out, there was one plugin that got me close but not exactly what I needed, think it was called wp sub domains.

    good luck with it, I in the same boat as you on this one.
     
  3. jeanywill

    jeanywill Registered Member

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    I heard that there's a web service/program that you can use to control some WP site at once.. (sorry, forgot the name), just search at google 'wordpress control' or something.
     
  4. edgematch

    edgematch Elite Member

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    If they are on the same hosting account, it is super easy. But you have to make some modifications.

    If they are not,...I could not see a complete solution yet. But there is a thread here.
    Code:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/member-downloads/269670-get-my-own-free-script-mass-update-your-wordpress-blogs.html
    Unfortunately the script offered by the OP does not work. We should push him a bit maybe to have him done this job.

    Anyway, my first solution has three simple steps :
    1) Park all your domains
    2) Create a network of sites
    3) Use domainmapping plugin.

    And you will have only one admin interface to control all your domains. With one click you can update all your plugins or you can download a plugin and activate it for 100 sites of yours

    And look for my thread:

    Code:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/white-hat-seo/283553-central-management-your-blogs-free-powerful-method.html
     
  5. Santini

    Santini Junior Member

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    This is what you are looking for: wpmassupdater, Search in G for it I can't post links... it costs 27US and I haven't used it but got a mail about it the other day, recommended by a trusted IMer.
     
  6. onlinewealth

    onlinewealth Junior Member

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    The WPMassUpdater has been shared here by the developer but EdgeMatch shows the thread and says it don't work but gives an alternative tutorial.

     
  7. CateliseBlanchett

    CateliseBlanchett Registered Member

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    No, You can not upload any more without one by one click. Please try to do one by one. It is better for upload though it will make more time.