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  • Avatar of pswanson22
    pswanson22
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    @pswanson22

    Aces – thanks for your help on this. Now I have a new problem, though – lots of redirect loops.

    Whenever I go to my main network dashboard, Settings>Buddypress>Pages, all of the pages there give me redirect loop errors. I’ve managed to get around it a little bit by using plugins rather than the actual Buddypress pages, but this seems like a bad solution in the long term. I’m also using the Domain Mapping plugin, so that my site at http://sites.unishanoi.org/tech redirect to http://tech.unishanoi.org.

    Any help I could get with this would be greatly appreciated!

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    pswanson22
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    @pswanson22

    I take it back! Although the Setting bit is still on the network settings, the pages themselves are on the sub-site. Yay!

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    pswanson22
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    @pswanson22

    I just created a file called bp-custom.php with the following code:

    <?php
    // Buddypress hacks and mods will go here

    define ( ‘BP_ROOT_BLOG’, 2);
    ?>

    I am sure that 2 is the correct number for my Tech Connect subsite. However, as far as I can see, Buddypress is still installing in the main blog. I still see the Buddypress option under settings on the main blog, and I don’t see any real options on the subsite. What am I doing wrong?

    I thought that i may need to re-install Buddypress, so I deactivated, deleted it, and then reinstalled it. No luck. Anyone have any ideas?

    Many thanks!

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