[wp-trac] [WordPress Trac] #16853: Error 500 when a user has too many sites

WordPress Trac noreply at wordpress.org
Thu Aug 20 06:00:51 UTC 2015

#16853: Error 500 when a user has too many sites
 Reporter:  luuzan@…                 |       Owner:  PeteMall
     Type:  enhancement              |      Status:  accepted
 Priority:  normal                   |   Milestone:  Future Release
Component:  Networks and Sites       |     Version:  3.0.1
 Severity:  minor                    |  Resolution:
 Keywords:  needs-patch dev-         |     Focuses:  multisite,
  feedback ux-feedback               |  administration

Comment (by jeremyfelt):

 Replying to [comment:18 helen]:
 > There's a My Sites view, maybe that's usable for different users in the
 network. I don't think that screen scales either, though.

 Not yet.... :) That is due for some reimagining.

 > I would probably list the primary blog and then indicate X more. Maybe
 that links somewhere else, maybe that loads X more sites and you can keep
 clicking to load more, not sure.

 I like this idea, and it follows what we've done with network/sites.php
 showing just the total number of users per site.

 > What would one need to do when looking at a list of all the sites a user
 is a part of, though? Bulk remove them from those sites? Just look?

 This is a very good question. I've seen it as an annoyance, I'm not sure
 I've ever used it for something specific. I'm sure smaller networks could
 use this view as a way to quickly spot who's who on various sites. A study
 is in order.

 I saw this again the other day on someone's network admin and it made me

 For anyone with ideas: if we linked a total user count, where would that
 go? In network/sites.php, the total user count is linked to network/site-
 users.php and provides a management interface. We don't really have the
 mirror interface for users (network/user-sites.php) that would allow bulk
 actions (though that's a ticket too... #18161). I don't have anything
 great right now, but I'm betting an answer exists.

Ticket URL: <https://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/16853#comment:19>
WordPress Trac <https://core.trac.wordpress.org/>
WordPress publishing platform

More information about the wp-trac mailing list