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Newbie Question – Restrict users to individual subsites

  • Avatar of glyndavidson
    glyndavidson
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    @glyndavidson

    I’m using:

    • WPMS 3.7.14
    • bbPress 2.5
    • BuddyPress 1.8.1

    I’d like each site on the network to have its own users, groups, forums etc.

    At present, if I create a user on one site, that user appears in all other sites. This is also true for groups. This is not what I want.

    Could anybody tell me how to achieve what I want, and also, point me to some documentation so that I can get a clear understanding of how users are managed within WPMS, bbPress and BuddyPress.

    Many thanks

    Glyn

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    @mercime
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    @mercime

    Avatar of glyndavidson
    glyndavidson
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    @glyndavidson

    Thanks @mercime. Am I right in thinking then, that out of the box, the normal functionality is to have buddypress extended-profile-fields, groups, and member-lists shared across the network?

    I.e. if an admin deletes a group or profile-field from a child-blog, it effects the entire network?

    And, there’s nothing I can do to prevent this without a third party plugin or my own hacks?

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    glyndavidson
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    @glyndavidson

    …note: buddypress and bbpress are activated individually on each child blog, and are not network activated.

    I have set “define( ‘BP_ENABLE_MULTIBLOG’, true ); ” in wp-config.php

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