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@ wpmubp.org – Thanks! I already have multi-blog enabled. The situation I’ve described above has multi-blog enabled?
Has there been any progress on this in the last year?
I have multi-network enabled with the latest WP platform. It works perfectly – except for the issue above. The funny thing is this:
Main Site – pulls users from main site only
Network Site – pulls users from main site only – not from network site. So all posts (even if made by admin on the network site do not show up in activity?
Could buddypress simply pull users from: /wp-admin/users.php
That way as long as a member was subscribed to a particular site – it would show up in the BP activity for that site?
thanks for the link – but what if I wanted to actually run BP on multiple blogs? I’ve enable buddypress for multiple blogs, but the problem is it pulls all of the user info from across all of the networks. (I’m using multi-network plugin). I’d like http://www.domain.com/blog1 – to only post activity from members registered to blog1 and http://www.domain.com/blog2 (or http://www.domain2.com in multi-network) only post activity from members registered to blog 2?
Found that removing the following:
‘define( ‘DOMAIN_CURRENT_SITE’, ‘memoirsite.com’ );
define( ‘PATH_CURRENT_SITE’, ‘/’ );
define( ‘SITE_ID_CURRENT_SITE’, 1 );
define( ‘BLOG_ID_CURRENT_SITE’, 1 );’
from wp-config.php corrects the registration issue.
I’m actually having trouble with the mulit-network plugin. The registration page links back to the main site? And all sign-ups are under site #1? Am I missing something.
Thanks Paul –
I thought he was referring to a revision in the multi-network plugin!
I am also interested in the question. So that owners of blogs can run BuddyPress within their own blog – separate from the main install.
I have buddypress enabled for multi-sites – which makes the features all accessible from http://www.example.com/site2 – without referencing back to the root site, but all of the users still show up in http://www.example.com/site2/activity.
The issue here with 3.0 is that if an existing WP 2.9.2 install with uploaded media upgrades to 3.0 and enables the network the blog option for the upload_path can’t be changed to the blogs.dir folder because the existing media becomes inaccessible.
So my question is: is there a way to get the pre-existing media to show-up? I went from WPMU 2.9.2 to WP 3.0 – and all of my media is gone? It won’t even show up, if I enter the path to the file directly in the address bar? Shouldn’t it at least show an image if I put the exact path in?
I also tried to upload new media – and that doesn’t show up either, so I’m not sure if what Ron posted is my issue?