Category Archives: WordPress

Form of an Awesome Superfriends Trivia Quiz

In preparation of Reclaim Edtech‘s first Flex Course on Gravity Forms next month, the great Tom Woodward has created a fun Superfriends Triva Quiz using, you guessed it, Gravity Forms 🙂 You can take the quiz by clicking the image … Continue reading

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Reclaim EdTech takes the “Form of Awesome” in June

It is with distinct pleasure that I get to announce that Tom Woodward will be running a month-long flex course on Gravity Forms throughout the month of June. Gravity Forms is a powerful form-building tool that works with WordPress, and … Continue reading

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WordPress in the Cloud

One of the things I have been doing a lot of over the last few months is talking to folks about running WordPress in Reclaim Cloud. In particular, why would you want/need to? -and how to migrate an existing instance … Continue reading

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Second Time Around with WordPress Multi-Region

Last week I was boasting about “Bava Multi-Region Cause I Can”, but that didn’t last. I ran into issues with comments not syncing across database instances in the different regions. I originally blamed caching, but after checking the secondary databases … Continue reading

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WPMS + DoOO = Awesome

For this month’s community chat we were joined by John Stewart of the University of Oklahoma and Noah Mitchell from Coventry University. Both Noah and John have been doing inspiring work re-imagining how to integrate their existing Domain of One’s … Continue reading

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Bava Multi-Region Cluster Cause I Can!

This is a test to see if I can post after having migrated this blog to a WordPress multi-region setup on Reclaim Cloud, which means the primary blog hosted in the UK is being replicated to Toronto, Canada and the … Continue reading

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UMW Blogs SSO: Cassify Your Love for Boone

I already mentioned this in the bavaweekly last Tuesday, but I did want to note here that Boone Gorges rules all. Shannon Hauser is breathing new life into the venerable UMW Blogs, and part of that was converting the instance … Continue reading

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Living a Good Life in Reclaim Cloud

These are in many ways the notes for a case study for when and why to use Reclaim Cloud, and given that space is going to be a big focus this year I do love having good examples. So, Alyssa … Continue reading

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WordPress Multi-Region on Reclaim Cloud

First there was WPMu, then WPMS, and now WPMR! WordPress Multi-Region is more a hosting than application specific feature, and to be clear this functionality is possible for applications beyond WordPress. But Jelastic, our Cloud Provider for Reclaim Cloud, has … Continue reading

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Domains21: Using WordPress Multisite During a Pandemic

Keeping the OERxDomains21 post parade going, here is a good Friday panel on one of my favorite platforms, WordPress Multisite! This discussion featuring Laurie Miles (UNC Asheville), Shanon Hauser (UMW) and Colin Madland (TWU) focuses on how various campuses experienced … Continue reading

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