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Yes, Tony is absolutely right. "Multi User" was always something of a
misnomer, as plain ordinary WordPress always supported multiple blogs from a
single installation, with an excellent permissions scheme so that multiple
authors could participate in different pages/blogs/etc. MU's purpose was for
setting up blog networks, both public (like WordPress.com) or on a corporate
Now I have to go make a note for the next edition (fingers crossed) to cover
this better. ;-)
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On Wed, Mar 17, 2010 at 2:27 AM, Tony Chung <tonyc -at- tonychung -dot- ca> wrote:
> However, if the website would be used in the development of microsites to
> feature different products or services, then that could be an opportunity
> explore WPMU. Users could apply different themes for each site. To manage
> microsites on a single-user installation, the developer would have to set
> multiple page tempates, and content editors would have to select the
> specific page template they wanted for their posts.
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