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  • Avatar of gyonis
    gyonis
    Participant

    @gyonis

    Hi,

    I’m using WordPress MU 2.8.1 (w/ BuddyPress installed) to build a social networking site. What I want to do is:

    1. Remove the blogs for user, i.e. only one blog in the whole site, created by the admin, any registered user can create a post on it, but they can’t create their own blogs.

    2. Customize the post page fields, instead of just title and body, I want to have 5 text fields, including one drop down menu for user to choose their country.

    Any help would be appreciated, even a link to get me started.

    Thanks in advanced..

    P.S. I have searched the forum, found slightly similar question, but not exactly what I’m trying to do here.

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  • The reason you have not found much on this on these forums, is because this questions are in WPMU’s domain. Have a search on their forums as these components aren’t provided or controlled by BuddyPress.

    Avatar of r-a-y
    r-a-y
    Moderator

    @r-a-y

    Hey gyonis,

    For #1:

    You’ll want to turn off blog registration and also set the default user role in WPMU to be “author”; that way everyone will be able to make a post on the root blog.

    You can do this by going into your WPMU admin area and navigating to “Site Admin > Options”. Set “Allow New Registrations” to “Only user account can be created”. And set “Dashboard User Default Role” to “Author”.

    For #2:

    You’ll want to use some type of customized post screen plugin such as Flutter or my personal favorite Custom Field Template.

    That should get you going!

    You might also want to read this thread which talks about how to create a community blog.

    Avatar of gyonis
    gyonis
    Participant

    @gyonis

    Sorry guys, was in the hospital for the last few days, really sorry for the late reply. Thanks for the detailed reply, r-a-y. Was very helpful.

    Thanks again :)

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