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Nice plugin. Is it easy for you to include function in this plugin to do either of the following:
* Automatically block (or make Private) the listing of posts in Activity from specific blogs on the network.
* Automatically block (or make Private) the listing of posts in Activity from specific users of the network.
I have been trying to do this for a long time but no such plugin or feature is available yet.
@mercime thankyou for that, looks very hopeful.
This will be possible in 1.7?
Will still need a plugin to do the job, or just a few added functions/filters in /wp-content/plugins/bp-custom.php ??
Looks great, but I’m not sure exactly how to implement.
Is there no way to totally exclude content from “Activity” by blog_id or even by user_id ?
Thanks Paul, but not the solution.
The sites are fully functioning public access sites, just the content is not congruous with the subject matter of the network.
So I don’t need to change access to the sites, just stop them from appearing in Network Activity “/activity” page.
Its the activity stream -> example.com/activity/
I’m trying to stop ALL posts from certain blogs from appearing.
check your .htaccess for changes made by Bulletproof Security plugin.
have u tried this plugin?
i solved it. the developer of Suffusion Theme [http://buddypress.org/community/members/sayontan/] had included bad references to BP in the functions.php file. i edited them out, all fine now.
by the way, none of the above (ie: faulty adminbar.css link, or global.js) appear in source on the site using TwentyEleven theme. so i guess it is someting in the other theme that brings it out. i will look further, and try your hacks, guess i put them in functions.php of the offending theme. it was raining so hard here (east coast Australia) my internet was down for 10 hrs, back into it now… thanks Chris.
==== this has been resolved in upcoming BP 1.6===
WP 3.3.1 Network with WPMU Domain Mapping plugin
bp-custom.php – define ( ‘BP_ROOT_BLOG’, 3 );
whenever default BP admin bar is disabled (or not served to not-logged-in users), the following non-existent link appears in source for all sites throughout the network:
… this adds full 3 seconds to page loads.
also, the following appears no matter what in source of all sites:
if you need help testing version 1.6, drop me a line, glad to help.
hopefully you have a database backup of the test site. if so, why not import it thru phpMyAdmin in your server control panel, then make any edits as appropriate. this is the most reliable method.
check your settings at: yourdomain.com/wp-admin/network/admin.php?page=bp-settings
make sure option “Disable BuddyPress to WordPress profile syncing?” is set to NO
otherwise, do what we all do, research the differences between your 2 installs – you will find it!
I ended up using the code: define ( ‘BP_ROOT_BLOG’, $blog_id ); in bp-custom.php then installed as described at http://codex.buddypress.org/getting-started/install-buddypress-on-a-secondary-blog/
I wanted to install on a newly created blog, as the main site of the network I don’t use cos the name is not right (I created it few years ago in MU). I also use Donncha’s Domain Mapping plugin.
It works ok, with a few quirks, the main one that is a little strange is that newly invited members (using “Invite Anyone” plugin) only appear as users in Network Admin and not on any blog. Is this a bug? or is it supposed to work like this? I guess I can always add any users (in backend) to the Buddypress active blog if I need to promote their capabilities…
I am about to test S2 Members plugin and some other plugins, looking to improve this.
Allow BuddyPress to function on multiple blogs of a WPMultisite installation, not just on one root blog:
define ( ‘BP_ENABLE_MULTIBLOG’, true );
how would this appear to work? does each blog have its own setting? or do we still do all settings from main network admin? will each blog have its own forum, eachdomain.com/forum?