WordPress-Nginx Series is updated for WordPress 3.5

If you are reading or following our WordPress-Nginx tutorials series AND if you are using WordPress-Multisite, please note that we have updated articles in the series for WordPress 3.5.

WordPress 3.5 handles static-files in multisite setup without getting PHP & MySQL involvement. This change can improve performance radically for fresh multisite setup.

Following articles are updated:

  1. Creating A WordPress Multisite Network with Nginx
  2. Nginx + WordPress-Multisite + Subdirectories + (optional) Domain-Mapping
  3. Nginx + WordPress-Multisite + Subdirectories (in a subdirectory itself)
  4. Nginx + WordPress-Multisite + Subdirectories + WP Super Cache + (optional) Domain-Mapping
  5. Nginx + WordPress-Multisite + Subdirectories + W3 Total Cache + (optional) Domain-Mapping
  6. Nginx + WordPress-Multisite + Subdomains + (optional) Domain-Mapping
  7. Nginx + WordPress-Multisite + Subdomains + WP Super Cache + (optional) Domain-Mapping
  8. Nginx + WordPress-Multisite + Subdomains + W3 Total Cache + (optional) Domain Mapping
  9. Nginx + WordPress + fastcgi_cache with conditional purging
  10. Nginx + WordPress-Multisite + Subdirectories + fastcgi_cache with conditional purging + (optional) Domain-Mapping
  11. Nginx + WordPress-Multisite + Subdomains + fastcgi_cache with conditional purging + (optional) Domain-Mapping
  12. Nginx Map + WordPress-Multisite + Static Files Handling + Nginx-Helper – (for multisite created before WordPress 3.5 released)

If you have created multisite setup before WordPress 3.5, then this new static-file handling won’t be available to you even after you upgrade to WordPress 3.5. You can use Nginx Map and Nginx-Helper to improve static-file handling which is as fast as new WordPress way!

If you find any typo or mistake, please let us know. Its a huge task update so many articles!

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