Scaling, Performance, WordPress
Are you going to build something awesome with WordPress Multisite but not sure whether it fits your project best?
Tell me about its goals and structure and I’ll help you define whether WordPress Multisite is a good solution for your specific case.
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What comes to your mind when you think about requirements for a successful SaaS app? It’s easy to build, it’s flexible, it’s scalable, right? But even more important is it’s lean, which means it is continually being improved according to what the audience needs.
What comes to your mind when you think about technical requirements for successful SaaS company? Should it be lean and easy-to-build, but ready for continuous improvement? Should it have wide opportunities for customization but still be reliable and stay under the control?
Why SaaS model? Why Lean Startup methodology? Why WordPress Multisite? 5 examples of SaaS businesses built on top of WordPress Multisite. Different niches, different pricing models, different customers, but the same choice.
What comes to your mind when you think about technical requirements for a successful SaaS company? Should it be lean and easy-to-build, but ready for continuous improvement? Should it have wide opportunities for customization but still be reliable and stay under the control?
We’ll see how to create different types of websites using WordPress, including personal blog as well as multilingual SaaS startup. I’m going to show the 9 types of websites built with WordPress, and what would you need to do the same, including plugins, themes and other tools.
Let’s see whether you can make your next complex WordPress project easier with WordPress Multisite. Imagine hundreds of websites in the single instance of WordPress. Each is independent but connected together.
You’ve already heard about WordPress Network functionality for plenty of times but have not actually put your hand on it yet? I’ll show you how to make practical use of WordPress Multisite.
Let’s see how to make a customisable shared menu to work across all websites of the Multisite network. Case #1: Display WordPress Multisite global menu from the main site on sub-sites Note!
Login as root user through SSH (I prefer putty) To view crontab entries execute the following command: crontab -l To edit crontab directly you can use: crontab -e But for bulk editing it’s not really convenient, right?
As you remember, WordPress in-built CRON doesn’t work the same way as classical CRON does. Instead of being triggered on a specified time, it fires only when someone visits the website.
If you have bumped into that nasty Missed Schedule issue on your website ->>> you might want to check this post first. What is wp-cron.php? To answer this question we should understand what CRON itself is.