As Head of Support at one of the UK’s largest WordPress development companies, I spend a fair amount of time working on complex or technical functionality for our clients.
I’ve been invited to speak at WordCamp Brighton 2016 about WordPress Multisite.
In this talk I’ll be highlighting some of the key differences compared with a standard WordPress install, along with some of the lessons I’ve learned along the way.
This talk is suitable for beginners and intermediate developers.
The video for this talk will be available on WordPress.tv soon!
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