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I want bp_blog_widgets.php to include only Blog 1

  • Avatar of Ensignkid
    ensignkid
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    @ensignkid

    So I have already modified the bp_blogs_widget.php file to remove the word “Blog” and to show excerpts for all of the posts on the page.

    What I really want to do is force that widget to show posts ONLY from Blog1…the main blog. I don’t want all of the other blogs posts to appear. I have all of the main writers linked up to Blog1, but I want members and other random people to still be able to create a blog if they wish. I just don’t want their posts on the front page.

    So what do I need to change in the php file? I’m pretty sure it’s something around this piece of code…

    [<?php $posts = bp_blogs_get_latest_posts( null, $options ) ?>]

    My website is http://www.mmaopinion.com

    Thanks!

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  • Avatar of Ensignkid
    ensignkid
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    @ensignkid

    Anyone? It’s the last thing that’s keeping me from allowing others to create blogs at this point.

    I really like the look of the bp plugin, I just want to exclude all other blogs aside from Blog_1.

    Thanks!

    Avatar of Burt Adsit
    Burt Adsit
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    @burtadsit

    Following the chain of functions:

    <?php $posts = bp_blogs_get_latest_posts( null, $options ) ?>

    to this:

    function bp_blogs_get_latest_posts( $blog_id = null, $limit = 5 ) {

    global $bp;

    if ( !is_numeric( $limit ) )

    $limit = 5;

    return BP_Blogs_Post::get_latest_posts( $blog_id, $limit );

    }

    gets me to this:

    function get_latest_posts( $blog_id = null, $limit = 5 ) {

    global $wpdb, $bp;

    if ( !$bp->blogs )

    bp_blogs_setup_globals();

    if ( $blog_id )

    $blog_sql = $wpdb->prepare( ” AND p.blog_id = %d”, $blog_id );

    $post_ids = $wpdb->get_results( $wpdb->prepare( “SELECT DISTINCT p.post_id, p.blog_id FROM {$bp->blogs->table_name_blog_posts} p LEFT JOIN {$wpdb->base_prefix}blogs b ON p.blog_id = b.blog_id WHERE b.public = 1 AND b.deleted = 0 AND b.archived = ’0′ AND b.spam = 0 AND b.mature = 0 $blog_sql ORDER BY p.date_created DESC LIMIT $limit” ) );

    for ( $i = 0; $i < count($post_ids); $i++ ) {

    $posts[$i] = BP_Blogs_Post::fetch_post_content($post_ids[$i]);

    }

    return $posts;

    }

    Where I see that changing ‘null’ to ’1′ in bp_blogs_get_latest_posts() will get me posts only from blog id 1.

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    ensignkid
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    @ensignkid

    That was easier than I imagined. I couldn’t experiment because the blog was live and my test install was hosted on a shared server that didn’t support subdomain blogs.

    Thanks!

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