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How to make certain themes not available to site-wide bloggers

  • Avatar of Ronia
    ronia
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    @ronia

    I searched the forums but apparently not finding these things.

    How to make certain themes not available to site-wide bloggers

    for example the default buddypress theme is wanted to be

    kept for the main site only and not made available to

    individual bloggers ?

    How to change the WordPress mu Default in a Buddypress setup

    keeping the default buddypress home theme as it is ?

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  • Avatar of Burt Adsit
    Burt Adsit
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    @burtadsit

    WPMU backend > Site Admin > Themes > Active > No

    Avatar of Ronia
    ronia
    Participant

    @ronia

    This makes the theme unavailable for the main site also.

    Example : I want mydomain.com to show bp default theme.

    And I want blog owned by/at mydomain.com/blog/abc

    not have the ability to choose bp default theme at all.

    Avatar of wpmubp.org
    wpmubp
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    @takuya

    You really need to read documents and learn basics of wpmu before using buddypress. Otherwise buddypress forum gets messed up with general wpmu topics, which are not supposed to be posted here.

    n/w, Site Admin > Blogs > there you’ll have to set the main blog to access that theme.

    Avatar of Burt Adsit
    Burt Adsit
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    @burtadsit

    Ronia, you can select a theme for use on a blog and then turn it’s access off afterwards. It can still be used by the blog that has it selected but takes it out of the themes list for others.

    Avatar of Ronia
    ronia
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    @ronia

    “”you can select a theme for use on a blog and then turn it’s access off afterwards. It can still be used by the blog that has it selected but takes it out of the themes list for others.””

    Hello Burt Adsit !

    You understood my problem. Your advice works perfectly OK.

    Thats a great tip.

    Was it already somewhere – I could not see as far as I read and searched.

    Allowedthemes field in Site Admin (super site admin) > Edit blog does not seem to work.

    For example, how to enter multiple allowed themes for that blog, separated by commas? or each in a line?

    Anyways, the problem is SOLVED.

    THANKS a million, Burt Adsit!

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