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wpSearchMu updated to work with WordPress 3.0

If you’re a WordPress user, then you know that Automatic is working on merging WordPress with WordPress MU, and they’ve recently released a beta for the new 3.0 version.

It’s been quite a while since I’ve updated wpSearchMu, so this was a perfect time to make sure everything’s still working with this latest release. Visit the wpSearchMu page to download the latest version!

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A Better Sitewide Search for WordPress Mu

So far I’m loving WordPress Mu, but I’ve noticed two things: first, WPMu doesn’t even come with a site-wide search out of the box. And second, the search results you can get are generally pretty terrible. Searching this blog for “columnizer” wouldn’t even show the Columnizer Plugin Page until page 3 of the results. yikes!

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Changing WordPress Mu from Subdomains to Subdirectories

Changing WordPress Mu from Subdomains to Subdirectories

When you install WordPress Mu, it warns you:

Please choose whether you would like blogs for the WordPress µ install to use sub-domains or sub-directories. You can not change this later. We recommend sub-domains.

It’s true there’s no documented way to change this setting, and the current advice is to reinstall (!), but I aim to change that. Instead of reinstalling plugins, reconfiguring plugins, and then powering through the nightmare that is WordPress export->import, I resolved to find whatever setting was buried in WordPress and do it manually. And lucky for me, it turned out to be surprisingly easy.

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