By default, WordPress Multisite controls and creates global changes to each sub-site in a network, but there are individual site options that host a treasure trove of options that are often ignored, simply because admins don’t know they exist.
When you check out the list of sites in your network and click Edit on one of them, you are presented with an array of options that are often confusing at best.
I’ve scoured the internet and noticed that most tutorials dismiss these site options completely. Even WordPress.org doesn’t currently offer much explanation other than to avoid it in a Codex entry that marked incomplete.
It’s home to many customizations that you can make quickly and easily all from a single page. Today, we’ll go through each of the settings, including any precautions you should consider, so you can start taking advantage of Multisite with fine-tuned power.