buddypress + wp-multi-network issues
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 http://trac.buddypress.org/ticket/2561
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 subdomain.subnetworksite.com mapped re-reroutes back to the original root domain.
network site – test.root.com is domain mapped to customer1.com *works*
create a new subdomain for customer1.com as subsite.customer1.com *works* then map that domain to custom.com *does not work, reroutes back to the root.com*
Is this a known issue?
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