What is a Multisite Network?
Multisite is a network of sites in WordPress, with one network administrator within one WP installation sharing the same core files of that WP installation. The sites do not have their own directories on the server; however, the directories for media and database tables are separated.
How Does Multisite Network Work?
The multisite feature has been present since version 3.0 of WordPress. The administrator can activate this feature by adding a line of code in the wp_config.php file.
Within the multisite structure, the network sites may share themes and plugins. The network administrator has control over the core changes, which then may be applied to the rest of the network. For example, the network administrator is the one responsible for updating the new versions of WP, plugins, and themes to be shared with the rest of the network or not. The admins of the single sites do not have the permission to install plugins, themes… To find out more, go here.
How to Connect Your WP Multisite to the 10Web Dashboard
To connect your Multisite to the 10Web Dashboard, you will need to take the same steps as connecting a single site to the 10Web Dashboard with one difference, you must connect to the 10Web dashboard from your WP Network Admin dashboard. Go to your WordPress Network Admin dashboard, Plugins, install and activate the 10Web Manager plugin.
Once you have activated the plugin, it will appear on the left of your dashboard. Click on the 10Web Manager, then click Connect to connect your multisite to the 10Web Dashboard.