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[Resolved] Remove or hide, 'create a blog' options at registration.

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    BackpackersUnion
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    @backpackersunion

    I’m trying to remove the section of the registration page that allows new users to create a blog during registration. I know you can remove the option through the admin network settings, but I still want users to have the option to create a blog after registration.

    The website uses WordPress Multisite and BuddyPress along with a “Secure Invite” plugin that requires new users to be invited by existing users. If I understand correctly, the BuddyPress Registration page is responsible for serving up the registration options from other components of the site, which currently include,

    WordPress (Username and Password)
    *Multi Site (New Blog Registration “Blog Details”)
    BuddyPress (Username + Profile Field)

    Is there a way using a child theme to have the BuddyPress’s registration page hide the Multisite Registration options (i.e. “Blog Details”) or just not serve them up?

    Here’s a screen shot of the options I’m looking to remove, Screen Shot
    The site address is, http://backpackersjournal.com/

    I’m completely stumped by this one so any help would be amazing!

    WordPress 3.8.1, BuddyPress 1.9.2

    Thanks in advance!

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    BackpackersUnion
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    @backpackersunion

    VICTORY!!!

    Hiding in plain sight was,

    div class="register-section" id="blog-details-section"

    Which is the CSS #ID in the BuddyPress register.php file (Both files). So, to hide the “Blog Details” during registration I added,

    #blog-details-section {
    	display: none;
    }

    to my Child Themes style.css, which solved this lingering problem beautifully.

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