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Yes. Still happens. I’ve tried it locally and on live sites.
Try to hit http://www.yoururl.com/page/2/ and it redirects to home.
I know it is. That’s why i’m confused. Pagination only DOES NOT work when logged in AND groups are enabled.
Regardless of how the page is constructed there’s a 301 happening. I guess that’s what’s most puzzling.
Update: Disable the groups and everything works fine.
I’m sorry, I should have been more specific. It’s for main blog posts which is why I’m so confused. Thanks.
Ya, i know. But I want it there for the main site. Easily taken care of with CSS or a function… Thanks for the help. I’m getting there.
Well, the admin bar propagates through all sites no matter what theme I have activated. I’m sure I can find a way to disable that, just wasn’t sure if there was a way via the GUI.
That, and all the registration links lead to the site that is installed in the main directory. This isn’t likely a BP thing but a shared DB thing I suspect?
It is installed on the main site and consequently the blog. However, the buddypress admin bar is visible on the other sites…
I think maybe I was unclear. Here is my set up with WordPress 3.0
http://www.mysite.com is a multisite installation. It’s also the blog page. I have a number of contributes who’s posts are either syndicated there via RSS or via Manual Posting.
I have a secondary site that i’ve used the domain mapping plugin in order to manage a separate domain. (www.mysite2.com) I DON’T want the Buddypress install on this site. Is that possible?