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Wonderful Job! Congratulations :)

Thanks

Great job.. with this, can i build blog such as edublog.com ..? and receipt a payment from member ..?

Hi. Thanks. I think you mean edublogs.org. Well, no. There are no payment features in the plugin at the moment. All the features are listed on the plugin page. For what you are asking I have seen a plugin called Pro Sites, but it costs $49 a month to get access to it along with all the plugins of the company that makes it. I don’t recommend that company and their products though, I am just saying what I have seen.

Hello,

I have a quick question…If I “deactivate” a certain plugin, preventing it within subsite(1) will it also stop that plugin from using any resources and or space within subsite(1) ?

Thank you. I am using alot of plugins in my multisite setup but my subsites only use half of the total installed plugins. I am currently using “Plugin Organizer” (which works great) but I would like to minimize the amount of data/space the other half of the plugins (the unused ones) are causing/ using.

Any thoughts? or is this the plugin i’ve been looking for?

Kindest, Shane

Hello.

Activating/deactivating plugins on a per site basis is a feature that is available in WordPress core. You do not need a plugin for that. The plugin just has to not be network activated in order to be able to do this.

Deactivated plugins will not use resources, as far as I know. Well, their database tables still remain in the database (if the plugin has been activated once and if it even creates such tables). But they remain even after plugin deletion (some plugins do delete them though). And of course the files are still on the server, but there is only one copy of the files, regardless of how many subsites you use.

My plugin offers the option to “disable” plugins, which is different from deactivating. The idea is to hide the plugin from the site administrators of a given subsite (or all subsites), so they cannot control it (activate/deactivate).

My plugin also has the option to bulk activate/deactivate a plugin, which just saves you time if you need to do it on many or all subsites.

I hope this helps. Let me know if you have any more questions, or if I didn’t understand you correctly :)

Cloning a site will clone everything including posts, pages, users etc. It isn’t mentioned if it’ll clone the woocommerce products, product categories, tags etc. as well. Please confirm. Thanks.

Hi. Sure, those too :)

Hi, I thought email user will sent email automatically after new post published. There is no features like that?

Hi. I am sorry that you misunderstood my description. I try to make it as clear as possible. It is for you to send an email to the users, it is not for new post notifications. Explain to me in more details what is the exact feature that you need and how do you need it to work. Maybe I can add it to the plugin or try to recommend you a plugin for it. Regards.

Hi, where is the demo? Thanks

Hi. Sorry, there is no demo at this time. Since the plugin performs network administration tasks, the demo user needs to have a lot of permissions. I haven’t come up with a safe way to do that yet. But you can watch the video with the “Video Preview” button, or ask me anything you are not sure about. Regards.

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