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Does Cloudinary's WordPress plugin support multi-sites?




    I did that but is not working on one site... i need to have the same account and imagenes on both sites and they are not in there!!! i send you a lot of emails and still waiting for an answer.... maybe if i wrote in here i can get some help! :(

  • Maor Gariv


    Sorry for the delayed response on the ticket.

    We're currently checking your issue with the team to see if we can track the problem. I'll let you know (via the ticket) once we have any insights.

  • fuller

    Hello, I have a few questions about this article.

    1) When you say version 1 & 2.. are you referring to the version of Cloudinary plugin for WordPress?

    2) re: Version 2 setup. Why do we need to use a different folder for each website?  Can you elaborate on this and does this mean images are stored twice? once for each folder/site in Cloudinary?



  • Raz Ziv

    Hey @fuller,

    Yes, when we say version 1 & 2, we indeed refer to the version of Cloudinary plugin. 
    If you are still using our older plugin version, v1.x, the information provided in the first section is relevant for you. Otherwise, you should follow the information provided under the "version 2" section.

    To answer your second question, assuming that you have two different sites, with different images, we wouldn't want image X from site A that might have the same name as image Y from site B to overwrite it, resulting in both sites showing the same image X.
    In addition, having two separate folders within your Cloudinary account makes it easy for you to distinguish between images of site A and images of site B when navigating or performing any operations on your assets via the Cloudinary UI Console. 

    When you ask "does this mean images are stored twice?", do you mean that all of the media on your sites is identical, meaning the same images are stored on both sites and include the same names and paths? Otherwise, I'm not sure that I understand what images you expect to be stored twice by this behavior. Would you be able to kindly elaborate on that? :)



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