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From now on, I’m adding two `mu-plugins` to each new WordPress install: `common.php` and `site-specific.php`. I’m done with just stuffing things in `functions.php`—which has always been a no-go, sort of. Though most of my sites involve a custom theme that’s so intertwined with additional, custom functionality that it would always kind of add up again.

(jan.boddez.net/notes/9e2acf965)

@jan it’s life changing haha! We do this at GoDaddy and I know from experience other hosts do this too (Pantheon comes to mind).

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