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Yes, as keith (graf1771) says, adding the second line after !defined in bb-core.php did it.
…(without the ‘backticks’) …..
`/** Sets up BuddyPress subdomain indicator. */
define ( ‘BP_ROOT_BLOG’, 4 );`
Hi Paul, thanks, still not working yet, though – could there be anything else – I’ve added;
‘/** Sets up BuddyPress subdomain indicator. */
define ( ‘BP_ROOT_BLOG’, 4 );’
to wp-config.php and uploaded, pretty sure it’s blog 4 – yep, blog ID 4. Checked upload twice, etc. Have Ctrl+F5 refreshed also, but pages still not showing ( http://talk.integraluk.org/ ).
My sign up page appeared once I merged the BP default theme with my root WP theme as per https://codex.buddypress.org/how-to-guides/upgrading-a-buddypress-1-0-theme-for-buddypress-1-1/. The styling isn’t quite fixed, bu tthe sign-up fields and buttons are all there, which was the point of my question above.
Have started a new thread with my leftover queries at https://buddypress.org/forums/topic/merging-bp-default-theme-with-wp-root-blog-theme
Is not realising that I needed to do this why I am getting only the top few fields (and no submit/go button) of my sign-up page showing?
Yeah, that would be ideal.
…forgot to say – same – 1.1 on a wpmu 2.8.4a installation.