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BuddyPress in a Subdomain Creating blogs in Subfolders

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    Ben
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    @communicatorsinaction

    Howdy,

    I’m relatively new to the world of BuddyPress and have a question that is mostly concerning site plumbing.

    I have installed BuddyPress on a subdomain of my main site (community.mysite.com) and am attempting to make it so that when a user creates a new blog it is stored in a subfolder (community.mysite.com/userblog). After doing a little research I installed and activated a multi-network plugin (http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/networks-for-wordpress/). I then created a new network (“Community Blogs” with the domain, “community.mysite.com”) where the blogs would be stored.

    I have seen this done elsewhere, so I know it is possible, I just need a bit of help to get started. Right now when you visit “community.mysite.com/blogs” you see all of the sites on the entire WordPress Install (including test sites on the main network, etc.).

    Is there a way for BuddyPress to only list the sites created in the other network? But more importantly, how to I get BuddyPress to create new blogs on a separate network?

    Any help would be appreciated,
    Ben

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    Ben
    Participant

    @communicatorsinaction

    Sorry, I forgot to mention that I’m running WordPress 3.4.1 and BuddyPress 1.6.

    Digging around in the Codex a little bit showed me that it is possible for my desired structure to be achieved (community.mysite.com/usersite); however, seemed to indicate that my WordPress instalation must be in http://community.mysite.com and not http://mysite.com.

    Is there a way to do this with the WordPress install in the main site?

    Thank you for a masterfully comprehensive plugin,
    Ben

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