This represents an easy way to add header images to MultiSite or Multi Network installations of WordPress. This is now just a few steps… Just download the zip file, unpack, upload the three files to your server, create the new directories, and upload your header images.
Spam Comments are about 99% if what my WordPress blogs get. In fact, to-date I have only approved ONE comment on all the sites that I am the Admin on. Spam is a growing problem to bloggers and others and it is not likely to go away soon. Therefore, I figured I would start my own attack on spam!
My goal was to add different header images to different sites using the Atahualpa. I expect to upload these images via FTP. I am not trying to upload these like TwentyTen does so it can be used on WordPress.com. I have a couple dozen sites and uploading the headers with FTP suits me fine. The…
WordPress uses a drop in / replacement method for updating. This can be a disaster for sites with custom configurations like themes or custom site specific information like plugins caches or translators. Here is my solution to fix the whole problem!