5 years ago
The big issue for us is that http://www.domain.com is a public website so I want to remain exactly as is with no social functions.
We run http://staff.domain.com as an intranet and long term I see BP as useful as an addition to that.
In our testing with BuddyPress it seems to play fairly nicely with MSM – posts made by authors on MSM sites are reported by BP etc.
So, with that in mind, is there a workable way to build the social networking aspect into our current setup?
Thanks burtadsit. I’ll take a look, I’ve used the plugin before though and I’m not sure if it’ll achieve what I’m looking for.
Essentially the issue is that http://www.domain.com is a public website and we use http://staff.domain.com as an intranet (it’s just a members only blog).
What I’d like to do – although I haven’t yet investigated setting up BuddyPress as a closed system – is run BuddyPress at http://social.domain.com.
The problem is, when I do this is works perfectly except that it renders all links as though they’re from the top domain.
So, as jedbarish mentioned, none of the following links work:
As instead of going to http://social.domain.com/blog they point to http://domain.com/blog which yields a 404.
Any progress on this?
I’d like to install BuddyPress on a subdomain too (the top domain is a public website).
Would be an awesome feature!
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