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Troubleshooting with blog registration on a subdomain

  • Avatar of Julien
    Julien
    Participant

    @b3c00lz

    Hello everybody,

    Configuration : WP 3.0 (MU activated) + BP 1.2.5.2 + bbpress

    I made some research hoping I’ll find a solution to my problem but I don’t find the answer.

    Let me explain, I have a site http:www.domain.com with a WP-mu installation.
    I decide to permit to users creating their own blog, so I install BP on a subdomain (http://community.domaine.com) to improve blog registration and add a forum feature (bbpress).

    All works fine except when a user create a blog with the register page of BP he obtains a blog with an URL like this http://newblog.community.domaine.com instead of what I want , which is http://newblog.domaine.com (like a normal registration with a blog creation on http://www.domaine.com with WP-MU.

    If you have any idea to fix this I’ll be very grateful.

    NB : BP is set-up with
    “define ( ‘BP_ROOT_BLOG’, 3 );”
    (3 = community (my subdomain))

    NB2 : Sorry for my bad english, I’m french.

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  • Avatar of Andy Bailey
    Andy Bailey
    Participant

    @commentluv

    I am just searching for an answer to this too. anyone have an idea?
    I want all blogs that are created to be a subdomain on the root domain, not a subdomain of the subdomain

    Avatar of teebes
    teebes
    Participant

    @teebes

    What happens when BP_ROOT_BLOG is set to 1, or your default domain.com blog?

    Also, what do you have set for DOMAIN_CURRENT_SITE? Is it set to domain.com??

    Avatar of @mercime
    @mercime
    Keymaster

    @mercime

    @commentluv – if you want the blogs to be subdomain structure as in newblog.domain.com, doesn’t matter where you install BP, what’s important is that you must install WP in main domain and set up WP to create a network using subdomain structure.

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