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Multisite Activation (WP 3.1 Multisite)

  • Avatar of mike365
    mike365
    Member

    @mike365

    This has to be a simple fix.
    I installed BuddyPress and “network activate” it. I do not want to have it active on my main site but when you go to that sites dashboard to deactivate it, the BuddyPress plugin does not appear. I can believe that I cant activate it for all blogs and not be able to deactivate it on certain sites. Is there a plugin or manual way to get this done?

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  • Avatar of Hugo
    Hugo
    Moderator

    @hnla

    Always check through the Documentation first off as theres often help and guides to be found for common issues.

    You might find this helpful for starters :

    http://codex.buddypress.org/getting-started/install-buddypress-on-a-secondary-blog/

    Avatar of mike365
    mike365
    Member

    @mike365

    What I’m trying to do is to have every new site created run BuddyPress. So it wouldn’t necessarily be just a secondary blog, it would be every blog created on WP multisite. Make sense?

    Thanks,

    Mike

    Avatar of @mercime
    @mercime
    Keymaster

    @mercime

    === So it wouldn’t necessarily be just a secondary blog, it would be every blog created on WP multisite. ===

    Understood. That scenario is not possible at this time – only one BP instance in main or secondary blog for multisite installation.

    Avatar of mike365
    mike365
    Member

    @mike365

    @mercime Is it possible to just install a new version of buddypress on each subsite so each subsite will have its own version of buddypress?

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    @mercime
    Keymaster

    @mercime

    == Is it possible to just install a new version of buddypress on each subsite so each subsite will have its own version of buddypress? ==

    If you install WP at http://www.yoursite.com/ and go multisite – either http://yoursite.com/subsite1 (for subdirectory) or http://subsite1.yoursite.com/ (for subdomain) – that subsite is what’s meant by a secondary blog. And that brings us back that there can be only one BP instance in main site or subsite of a multisite installation.

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