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Very knid of you to support me like this, thanks. I have been able to locate and change the witch_to_blog function in the main domain (bp-default theme). How ever I’m not sure where to put in the code in other themes ( using TwentyTen), have tried again and again with the result error on lines. Will try more an hope to find the right place for it. Once again, thanks for advising.
@mercime – thanks for answering! I just don’t understand where I should paste/change the switch_to_blog function? Is it in the style.css, the header.php… I feel clueless… I’m a newbiw on this kund of things. Can you please advise?
I have the exact same issue. Have you found any good solution for this gyonis?
maybe I can ask further questions…?
The problem now is that every blog needs to be as a sub-domain and not as a sub-directory. This seems to mean that when users visits a “subdomain-blog”, the comunnity banner disappears. My question is: do I need to redo the installaion and make subdirectory-blogs to enable them to be within the community? Or is there any whay of having the subdomain-blogs implemented in the community and give each blog a community menu?
Please have a look at two examples: http://crossbook.se/blogs/
The main blog is “within the community” (as it is installed in the main domain) and users are not “sent away” from the community as the blog has the same location as the community: http://crossbook.se.
The subdomain-blogs apperas like this: http://jon.crossbook.se – as you can see the blog is not implemented in to the community like the main-domain-blog is.
EDIT: Just found this page, where the main community menu is visible on sub-domain-blogs, just like I want it!! Anyone who can advise how to make this happen? Please see what I mean here: http://commons.gc.cuny.edu/blogs/ (cklick on one of the blogs and you will se how the main community menu still is visible on the sub-domain-blogs!)
Please advise!!? Any suggestion or link to help, would be highly apprichiated.