v0.5.2 Released

I am pleased to announce the release of WP Hive v0.5.2.

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This version resolves many of the issues plaguing subdirectory sites.



  1. Justin says:

    Awesome… Cant wait to start earning some affiliate income so I can send you a hefty donation!

    When upgrading is there any chance it could break anything?

  2. ikailo says:

    Upgrading is completely safe. It is highly recommended if you are thinking of running subdirectory sites.

    Thanks for the support.

  3. Ibrahim says:


    Thanks for this great plugin and efforts to improve the plugin.

    I just upgradeded today but I had problems with sitemap.xml. I changed back to 5.1 and solved my problem.

    I am using google sitemap generator plugin. I appreciate if you could have a look at this issue and fix it.

    Thanks again.

  4. ikailo says:

    Looks like a last minute change slipped under the radar.
    This is now resolved in 0.5.3. Download Here

  5. N00B says:

    Sorry for my noobish question…

    In this moment I have all my domains dns pointed to:


    How should I point them after i install this magic plugin?

  6. jeremy says:

    Hey Ikailo!

    This seems like really cool plug…I’m still testing it out 😉

    I have a question about “log ins”: it appears that you are not able to be in more than one instance at a time. Is that the way it is or is something in my settings messed up?

    Thanks again!

  7. ikailo says:

    N00B: By pointing, I am not talking about NameServers or DNS (aside from the fact that all the sites must resolve to the same webserver IP address – which you will need to consult your web host about if you have any questions).

    This pointing is with the webserver only, ensure each site is ‘pointed’ to the same directory on the server in order to load the same WordPress installation for all the sites.

    jeremy: That’s the way it is right now. I’m working on an add-on right now that will allow you to share users and maintain login status across all the sites in the hive.

  8. Mark says:

    ikailo, in a multi-blog setting, can the sub-sites be automatically linked on the home page of the main site?

    Is it possible for the latest posts of the sub-sites to be on the home page of the main site?


  9. silfver says:


    Just downloaded the latest version to a fresh installation of WordPress. But i can’t activate the plugin in the admins panel. It just loops.

    Any ideas?

  10. silfver says:

    Hi again. I searched in your forum after a solution and found out that i needed to make wp-content writeable. Now the activation worked. Perhaps you should write this in the readme-file as well. 🙂


  11. Matthew Sweet says:


    wp-hive seems to be working fine on 2.9!


  12. CCBTools says:

    Thanks for WP-Hive. CCBTools has clients that use RSS Feeds and lots of blogs, this is a great plugin! Anyone useing more then one or two copies of wordpress should check this plugin out.

    We were not sure at first about the multiple domain setup but I now understand.

    in laymans terms

    install first main domain.

    contact host and tell them to point all additional domains to the same folder as the main domains index.php

    then add domain through the admin

    Thanks again for a wonderfull plugin

  13. A4D says:

    Hi .. as Silfver mentions

    “Hi again. I searched in your forum after a solution and found out that i needed to make wp-content writeable. Now the activation worked.”

    I made the file writeable and I was able to activate plugin .. thanks

    ps.. now for further testing

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