This plugin is only supported on PHP 5.2 or greater.
MUWidgets adds widgets to extend the standard WordPress widgets to be able to run as if on another site on the Multisite installation.
You now have a number of new widgets prefixed with the word ‘Site’ that operate the same as the standard WordPress plugins, just with the addition of a ‘Site’ option in the setup.
You are able to select any Site on the Multisite installation that you have administration access to.
Just select the site and click ‘save’ now the widget is operating as if it was on the other site, enabling you to display for example the blogroll or recent posts from the main blog.
If you are having trouble and cannot find the answers in the FAQ you can post your support questions to the WordPress Support Forum
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Multisite Widgets is written by dcoda
You can check out our other plugins here
If you require a custom plugin you can contact us here and maybe we could write it for you.
(c) Copyright DCoda Limited, 2007 -, All Rights Reserved.
This code is released under the GPL license version 2, available here:
There are so many possibly configurations of installation the plugin can be installed on we limit testing to a PHP 5.2+ Linux platform running the latest version of WordPress at the time of release but it is released WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY;
without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
For installation instructions and help click here.
For frequently asked questions and help click here.
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