A few days ago I discovered WordPress Multisite by viewing the source code of http://plugins.jquery.com on Github (https://github.com/jquery/plugins.jquery.com). Than yesterday I discovered it again and so I thought let’s try it. But I firstly wanted to do this local because I was afraid of breaking some things. So after an hour of discovering, trying and playing I was able to let it work. But my design was completely messed up for my front website.
The idea of WordPress Multisite was to let my blog and front site run on 1 WordPress install. The thing is that my blog is running on a different sub domain called blog.juje007.be and my front website is running on juje007.be. So without WordPress Multisite this was impossible.
So today after completing the raw structure I needed to change my design in a lot of ways and after a few hours it was done.
And than the last step moving it from the local server to the remote server. This was going to be the most tricky part of all but luckily I learned already a lot on the way. So I made a checklist what I needed to do. And because of this checklist I had almost no bumps in the road and the last part was done very easy and fast.
So if your reading this article on my website than you are looking at a WordPress Multisite blog.
So my tips for all you guys wanting to try this is:
So happy blogging to you all.
After some experience with IP‘s I had the idea to create a converter for IP numbers to decimal numbers.
After a bit of playing around I discovered how IP numbers work.
And because PHP is having a lot of inside functions to convert decimal numbers to hexadecimal, octal and binary numbers it was very normal to add them to.
You can try it out at http://juje007.be/ipNumberInfo/.
The main function source can be viewed at http://github.com/Juje/ipNumberInfo
If you want some more information about IP’s and DNS you can always visit https://webhostinggeeks.com/guides/dns/ for more information.
So enjoy and have fun.