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buddypress + wp-multi-network issues

  • Anointed



    First of all, thank you for the link to the multi-network plugin. It took me some time to get everything setup right, but it seems to function almost as expected.

    I am having a problem using it with buddypress though. For some reason when I activate buddypress on a new network site, I end up seeing all the activity from the primary site.

    I was under the impression that multi-network would allow plugins to ‘spawn’ their own setup, but this seems to not be the case with bp. Is this correct, or is there anything I can do to fix the problem?

    I do know about Ron’s ticket

    I tried applying it a few days ago, prior to installing multi-network, but was told it needed more code to function.

    If I were to reapply the code changes, would this solve the multi-bp problem? fingers crossed… lol

    the multi-network plugin does not seem to like it when I create a new network, then add a sub domain site to that network, and finally try to domain map that sub domain subnetworks site.
    for some reason mapped re-reroutes back to the original root domain.

    network site – is domain mapped to *works*
    create a new subdomain for as *works* then map that domain to *does not work, reroutes back to the*
    Is this a known issue?

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  • John James Jacoby


    I have a surprise for you in the 1.2 branch of code. Check it out. :)



    U Da man!
    Look forward to chatting more about it some time.



    Where can I find 1.2 branch of code?





    Thanks Paul –
    I thought he was referring to a revision in the multi-network plugin! :(



    I’m actually having trouble with the mulit-network plugin. The registration page links back to the main site? And all sign-ups are under site #1? Am I missing something.



    Found that removing the following:

    ‘define( ‘DOMAIN_CURRENT_SITE’, ‘’ );
    define( ‘PATH_CURRENT_SITE’, ‘/’ );
    define( ‘SITE_ID_CURRENT_SITE’, 1 );
    define( ‘BLOG_ID_CURRENT_SITE’, 1 );’

    from wp-config.php corrects the registration issue.

    Sorry to jump in on this older thread but I just wanted to know if there was an easy way to get this filtering of table names to work to allow me to create a separate instance of buddypress on a wordpress multisite?

    I am using the multi-network plugin to create networks and all that is working fine but each time I activate the buddypress plugin on a network it uses the same database as the all of the other networks and therefore it is the same as the normal wordpress multisite setup.

    As a workaround I changed the code in bp_core_get_table_prefix() in bp-core.php to append the id of the network. That works fine and creates a new set of tables but obviously not ideal.




    I have installed it and it seems to be ok with everything except the fact that on my header appears the following text>

    When I am on the Home page (main URL) the error is > Component = Null Action = Null

    It changes as I open other pages…
    When I go to Members page > Component = members Action = Null
    When I go to Groups page > Component = groups Action = Null
    And after opening a Group page > Component = groups Action = home

    Can someone tell me what is this and how to correct?
    Thanks a lot!

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