Creates a new site where all the most recent posts/pages/etc on a WordPress network may be collected (much like http://wordpress.com/tags/).
For performance reasons the number of posts is limited to a user configurable amount, and the blog itself can be made indexable by search engines or not.
Based on and forked from WordPress MU Sitewide Tags Pages plugin by Donncha O Caoimh.
WPCLI is supported:
wp multisite_aggregate –help.
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- Install in your plugins directory in the usual way and network activate the plugin. There is no need to put it in mu-plugins.
- Login as a site administrator and go to Super Admin->Sitewide Tags.
- Aggregate site defaults to «Network Posts» but can be anything. This is the blog where your sitewide posts will live. It will be created if it doesn’t exist.
- Check «Post to main blog» to use your main blog as the aggregate blog.
- «Max posts» defaults to 5000. Older posts will be deleted if this threshold is broken.
- Check «Include Pages» to include both posts and pages, handy for making a sitewide search.
- «Privacy» defaults to public, pages can be indexed by search engines.
- When «Privacy» is not public, check «Non-Public Blogs» to include blogs not indexed by search engines.
- Add «Post Meta» custom fields to be copied with posts/pages.
- «Populate Posts» allows you to fill in posts from an existing blog.
Contributors & Developers
“WDS Multisite Aggregate” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Interested in development?
- Fix meta not being properly copied to aggregate post.
- Fix the setting for post-meta keys. (It wasn’t displaying the saved value)
- Update for xss vulnerability, https://make.wordpress.org/plugins/2015/04/20/fixing-add_query_arg-and-remove_query_arg-usage
- Forked from ‘MU Sitewide Tags’ and rewritten with OOP principles, WordPress coding standards, and extensibility in mind.
- duplicate category fix
- page permalink fix
- thumbnail size filter
- Run populate feature in source blog context.
- Added resource warning for populate feature.
- Fixed PHP warnings.
- Only insert categories for published posts.
- Move SWT admin to its own screen.
- Added thumbnail support.
- Added custom taxonomy (including post formats) support.
- Update admin screens for WordPress 3.1.
- Bug fix – only push published content to the tags blog
- Added option to include pages in tags blog.
- Added option to include non search engine indexed blogs if tags blog not indexed.
- Added option for post meta to be copied with post.