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Wordpress Manager for Multiple Installs

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by quizzey, Apr 30, 2009.

  1. quizzey

    quizzey Newbie

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    Can anyone suggest what they think is the best program for managing mutiple installations of Wordpress on different domains?

    I read a post on BHW that mentioned one but I'll be bugger if I can remember where it was posted and as much as I've looked for it I just can't find it again. I did download it but then I had a harddisk crash so lost it.

    This brings me back to my question so if anyone has any suggestions I would appreciate it.
     
  2. petrucci

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    try to search wordpress mana*ger dx
     
  3. quizzey

    quizzey Newbie

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    Thanks petrucci, that's the one I was after.
     
  4. erskinem

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    What about Wordpress MU? Any difference between the programs?
     
  5. Win Crow

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    I've already seen this program in the downloads. It's floating around out there somewhere. From reading the comments it looks like it still has some bugs.
     
  6. erskinem

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    Actually been experimenting with ManagerDX for the past few hours. Haven't had the problems people have been reporting. Seems like it works best if you want to do installs or plugins, but to configure them, you still need to pop into the backend indivdually.

    Using 2.4.0 now, it looks like the later versions actually have some content generating capabilities. Anyone care to report?