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@kraigg this was helpful! Thank you. Worked like a charm.
I found this plugin to also be helpful, particularly at identifying the field names very clearly.
Simply install, go to tools, find the wp_bp_xprofile_data and wp_bp_xprofile_fields and export.
Actually with that info you can do quite a bit. But I think the profile fields is a great reference to complete the code array( above.
@mercime Thank you very much. This clarification and affirmation is very helpful for me. I appreciate you taking the time to respond.
Just checking in on this guys. If anyone has thoughts on this one happy to hear them.
After doing a little more reading, what we are trying to create is a multisite install that allows for multi-network BuddyPress networks (x2) that segregates BuddyPress social networks in the multi network WordPress install so that each WP network has a different social network. The user base is still shared across the WP install and the root is NOT a buddypress site, rather a straight up wp site. (Not sure if used all the correct language there …
Question 1: First of all, is this possible?
So it seems like we might want to use BP Multi Network plugin by @wpmuguru & @johnjamesjacoby.
However, a little more reading and it seems that the WP Multi Network plugin by @johnjamesjacoby is a good candidate too.
Question 2: Might it be that using both of these plugins is in order? Multi Network to Create Domain/Subdomain/Subsubdomain then BP Multi Network to segregate the buddypress newtorks Subdomain from Subsubdomain? Or would BP Mulit Network suffice?
As we sort this out, we are also wanting each network to have its own extended/custom profile and its own groups and forums.
As I read on I am seeing that we need to have a good understanding about how sharing a database for these discrete networks, that will also have groups & forums, could be a bit tricky.
Are there any buddypress elves out there who could provide some guidance on this issue?
Im working with DC – Like he said, we have three sites in our wpmu install, we would like the primary site to be a standard wp install and the two other blog id’s to be buddypress sites.
We made a bp-custom.php file with:
define ( 'BP_ROOT_BLOG', 2);
But how can we also include blog_id_3?
Or rather, is it possible to exclude the buddypress from running on the primary site?
Any help would be greatly appreciated!