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Multi Network questions – How to join multiple subsites

  • Avatar of michaeljdornan
    michaeljdornan
    Member

    @michaeljdornan

    Hi, I have a WP install, with multisite in domain with BP multiblog and buddypress multinetwork so….

    site1.com – main site buddypress
    sub1.site1.com – buddypress subsite 1
    sub2.site1.com – buddypress subsite 2
    sub3.site1.com – buddypress subsite 3

    Strange question, people tent to join at site1.com and can then access all the other sub sites, but how do people become members of sites, the directory shows all the sites, they can click to ‘visit’ but nowhere can I see join, my understanding, from the admin account who is a member of all the sites (as it created them) is that people could become members of multiple sites, seems they can become a member of multiple groups, but not sites??

    Thanks in advance for any clarification

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  • Avatar of @mercime
    @mercime
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    @mercime

    @michaeljdornan best place to ask is at http://wordpress.org/support/plugin/bp-multi-network wpmuguru does answer forum questions

    Having said that, you can try this plugin which I know works with the other BP MultiNetwork plugin by sbrajesh http://buddydev.com/buddypress/introducing-join-blog-widget-for-wordpress-multisite/

    Avatar of michaeljdornan
    michaeljdornan
    Member

    @michaeljdornan

    Hi @mercime, so it seems the plugin you suggested would work great if I were using sbrajesh plugin, but I’m using wpmuguru plugin so it doesn’t seem to work….

    Any other ideas? Seems such a basic need to allow people to be part of the sites rather than admin control it, I sent a message to wpmuguru Ron and got the below:

    “This question doesn’t have anything to do with BP Multi-network. If you have a single WP network with subsites, you still have the same situation where people cannot become members of sites (without assistance).

    Either a super admin or the site admin has to add a user to a subsite in WP networks.”

    Avatar of @mercime
    @mercime
    Keymaster

    @mercime

    @michaeljdornan it’s unfortunate that sbrajesh’s Join Blog Widget for WPMS doesn’t work in your WP MultiNetwork /BP MultiNetwork installation. Following options are available: you’d have to code one or hire a developer to do so for you or wait for a developer to release a free plugin just like the Join Blog Widget for your set up.

    Avatar of michaeljdornan
    michaeljdornan
    Member

    @michaeljdornan

    @mercime thought hat might be your answer :) no worries, thanks..

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