WordPress® 3.0 offers a new feature called Multisite that lets you host multiple WordPress blogs with one WordPress installation. This feature was formerly called WordPress Multi-User (MU).
Enabling this feature requires an advanced level of understanding of configuring WordPress, and we do not recommend enabling it unless you are comfortable editing your
Note: You must have WordPress 3.0 or higher to enable Multisite. If you do not have WordPress 3.0 or higher, see Upgrading your WordPress installation to a new version.
wp-config.phpfile to your desktop.
wp-config.phpwith a plain text editor, such as Notepad® or TextEdit®.
wp-config.phpfile in your hosting account.
You can now use Multisite from your WordPress installation.
Note: If you do not have the Network menu, log out of WordPress, and then log back in. If you still do not see the menu, complete the steps in To Enable Multisite again.
Note: You cannot use the WordPress Subdomains option with our shared hosting if you are planning on using wildcard subdomains.
Note: We recommend backing up your existing
When you log back in to WordPress, you can add new WordPress blogs from the My Sites menu by selecting Network Admin, and then Sites.