Can anyone help me out with this? Is it a WPMU issue and I should be asking that forum? What triggers BP to identify a blog with a user and insert it in the Profile under blogs, and in the Admin bar.
This user had the blog listed in the admin bar previously, and now all that appears is the Create A Blog! prompt.
I’m not sure if this helps, but I have just recently changed the # of blogs a user can have from 4 to 2 in the Site Admin panel in WPMU, but the user in question had only one blog to begin with.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
A bit more info to ponder. In the users profile it indicates they have Blogs (0), but the blog posts they have written by accessing their blogs through blog.url.com/wp-login.php show up in the activity feed.
More info after more poking about.
I’m running 1.2.3 with WPMU 2.9.2 so it’s NOT the issue that was popping up in 1.2 where the missing description was creating a missing blog, although apart from that the issue seems the same:
The blog is public.
I went in through the back and entered a tagline (just in case)
I disabled then re-enabled the Blog tracking component and I’m about to deactivate, then re-activate BP to see if that refreshes anything.
Disabling all of the plugins (BP last), then re-enabling BP seems to have fixed it. Now I’m going to activate the plugins one by one to see if there is an offending source. Is this worth it, or should I consider the issue resolved?
Resolved. Still puzzled, but resolved.
@mrjarbenne, thanks for posting your process here–I’ve had the same issue, and now I know that I need to work with my plugins.