BuddyPress + MultiSite Admin Bar Links Point at Root Blog
I’ve installed WP3 at mysite.com. I then installed multisite, and created a new site at site1.mysite.com. I then installed the BuddyPress plugin, and activated the BP Default theme at site1.mysite.com. Everything looks great, except that all the links in the admin bar point to mysite.com, not site1.mysite.com, therefore breaking all the links. Example: mysite.com/members/ doesn’t work, because BuddyPress is actually installed at site1.mysite.com/members/.
Its also worth mentioning that I’m using the Domain Mapping Plugin (http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-mu-domain-mapping/) to map site1.mysite.com to a completely separate domain, like http://www.awesomesitename.com, although I don’t think this is effecting the links in BuddyPress’ admin bar.
I started digging around in BuddyPress to see where these links are coming from, specifically in bp-core-adminbar.php at the bp_core_admin_bar() function, and then searching for the bp_adminbar_menus action, though I didn’t turn up any results.
I figured I’d ask here before I go mucking with core files.
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