Ladies and gents, for your blog communiuty pleasure, I give you Incsub, custom WordPress MultiUser blog communities and networks.
This is a joint project between Andrew Billits and myself and is, I guess, the natural addition to WPMUDEV Premium.
Now you don’t even have to worry about implementing our custom plugins and functionality, ‘cos you can get us to do it for you, warts and all.
Yep, that’s right, we’ll design, build, customise, support and even host your blog community or network… and we’ll do it damn well too thankyouverymuch.
Does this make us the first WPMU consultancy? I reckon …
Ladies and Gents, we give you WPMUDEV Premium.
This is a joint project between Andrew Billits and myself that aims to find a way to provide complex custom plugins, materials, hacks and support for WordPress MultiUser (WPMU) for a fraction of the amount you’d have to pay a developer.
It’s already stuffed full of goodies; there’s the multi-database code that’s used on Edublogs (happily supporting 50,000 blogs on the one domain), mu-plugins to give you the lowdown on all your user activity (active users, posts, comments and more!), unbranded support videos for you to use on your WPMU site and …
Well, here goes.
In my first ever post – four years ago this month – I wondered how I could provide this wonderful technology to teachers and learners. There was the visionary Manila (too hard – for me) and the ever present Blogger (too out of your control) but it wasn’t until WPMU came along that things started to click.
And the rest, as they say, is history.
However, there’s always been something missing from Edublogs – yes you can have student blogs at learnerblogs.org, uniblogs.org or eslblogs.org – but the problem with multi-user blogging is that it’s never been, …