Many WordPress site owners has experienced some of their subsites not displaying a full list of subsites via directories. But its possible to view an array of subsites via directories. That’s same way how you view your list of subsites via subdomains. Since subdomain-based sites are easier to manage, you can resolve use of these long URLs that are too difficult to share to certain social media sites. However; some people aren’t NOT comfortable with setting up wildcard subdomains because, they’re not familiar with setting up subdomains via their hosting panel. And decided to use this format of running their sites…
You heard of these stories about these scraper sites scraping content, and republishing them as their own content. And some website-owners were upset because, they discovered their content being flagged for removal. They did collected public domain content for their content, but what they’re actually doing is copyfraud by fraudulently claim intellectual property to recently released content that are placed in the public domain,–due to a legitimate expiration of copyright, forfeiture via an order of a court, or a person who intentionally opted out of owning copyright. However; these trolls were infecting our creative world with bogus copyright claims/notices. One wrong move when being a troll like this may lead you to serious trouble.
When you create a site via your desired hosting provider of choice… you start your domain, and you choose a site-building software. But you prefer to use WordPress as a method to launch your website because, its open-source, and its easy to use and customize. When relying on this method of running your website like this, you started thinking about what you should write on your WordPress multisite. Each website is unique by design, and content. It’s the same way why Blogger blogs should be unique,–for the purpose of enabling other visitors to read your content. Most WordPress sites via wordpress.com share similar guidelines what Blogger has, but wordpress.com has implemented their own policies. For this instance… you had a hosted blog/site on wordpress.com, and you write something new. You write it as a book, but you are limited to how much storage what you have in your account. You have to abide to their terms on their site. While your self-hosted site… via your hosting provider, you need to abide to their terms too.
This is the post what DMCA doesn’t want you to read. Inside you will see 5 reasons to boycott this barberric, dirty, and crappy legislation. Well, all sites has the compliance of DMCA,–especially Apple, Microsoft, Adobe, and other corporate sites. However, you can still boycott corporate services that condones use of this dirty legislation.
You used Blogger for a long time, but you discovered some other blogs wrongfully deleted by Blogger,–owned by Google Inc. And you were screwed by Google’s flaws! But don’t worry… there are 20 reasons you should make a switch to WordPress today.
Many Webmasters wanted to publish subsites for other contents,–rather setting up a directory-based subsites, but these subsites what you’ve trying to implement needs some little work via any web-hosting service. It’s easier to use these subdomains because, it can be easy for your visitors to jump from one tsite to the another,–without needing to register for multiple domain names. For this instance, you wanted to have a support center for your site, but you experienced an issue with subdomains because, you discovered an error page via any cable provider. This is common,–due to a missing configuration with your control panel on your hosting controller.