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Blog option in component setup

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  • @mercime


    == why I do not have the option of Blogs in my component setup ==

    Because you need to make it multisite first i.e. create a network

    1. Deactivate all plugins including BuddyPress

    2. Create the network – if you hit some snags, support forum is at

    3. Before installing BP –



    Thank you for the prompt reply. I have read about setting this up and it seems a bit of a nightmare with the limited knowledge I have of things such as PHP, HTML and CSS so I think unless I can find a step by step video (I always seem to relate to these better than words) I will give the whole idea a miss.

    All I really wanted to do was have my own blog on the site and not blogs of lots of people. This would be easier if I could do something with the menu but even that is not possible using the theme I have chosen so back to the drawing board.

    One thing I did find was I could link with a menu tab to my existing blog by using the Mr D’s Blog as the page name. The only problem with this was it created a double lined tab presumably due to the number of letters in the name.

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