Maybe I misunderstand how BP network works? Maybe the correct concept is– BP community is in root blog and it tracks all activities in other blog? If it is so, how the other blogs click through to arrive the community?
Yes, you are right with your second assumption – they would typically click back to the main site through the little icon in the wp admin bar top right, or through a custom nav menu that you put in the secondary blogs.
It is better to use 2010 or other theme for the secondary blogs. Bp-default is intended for the maim site where bp is installed
@imjscn — You can put BP on a secondary blog by adding
define ( 'BP_ROOT_BLOG', $blog_id );, or in all blogs by adding
define ( 'BP_ENABLE_MULTIBLOG', true );, into wp-config. However, by activating the BP at all blogs will make the blog posts on each blog will not appear in the activity.
For more can be found at https://codex.buddypress.org/buddypress-site-administration/changing-internal-configuration-settings
@Sofian J. Anom, thanks! This works perfect!
It’s ok if blog post not in the activity– maybe I can find a Recent Post wedgit or something like that.
Edit: with the latest version of BP (1.2.6), the blog posts on the subblog now can appear on the activity, even though BP multiblog mode is active.
I have installed my secondary blog as a sub folder, Site is created but I am not able to apply bp theme for secondary blog. I am using two different theme one for main site and buddy press theme for secondary blog. I am not able to see dashboard to active theme for secondary blog. I think we need to add some thing to make the secondary blog dashboard. It only shows text and content but missing styling and dashboard with no style.
@Naren00000, for applying theme on secondary blogs, you need to go to Network Admin to Enable the theme first, then, go to the secondary blog’s Site Admin/Dashboard/Apearence/Themes to Activate the theme.