Flushing rewrite rules in WordPress multisite for fun and profit

Developing plugins and introducing new rewrite rules for features on single site installations of WordPress is pretty straight forward. Via register_activation_hook(), you’re able to setup a task that fires flush_rewrite_rules() and you can safely assume job well done. But for multisite? A series of bad choices awaits. Everything seems normal. The activation hook fires and even … Continue reading Flushing rewrite rules in WordPress multisite for fun and profit

Deployment Workflows, Part 1: The WSUWP Platform

This post is the first in a series of deployment workflows I use to get code into production. Many of my weekdays are spent working on and around the WSUWP Platform, an open source project created to provide a large, multi-network, WordPress based publishing platform for universities. Conceptually, a few things are being provided. First, … Continue reading Deployment Workflows, Part 1: The WSUWP Platform