Child Themes Not Automatically Being Assigned (by default) to New Blogs
While tinkering, I’m fairly sure I’ve done something wrong…. these are my problems:
1) When a user creates a new blog, he can click the sub-domain address to visit it and goes to a blank page. He has to login to his dashboard first and select a theme. Then it works fine….
2) Unless the theme that the user chooses is the same as the main theme (my main theme, which is a BuddyDress theme), pages such as Activity and Community will not work. Only static pages like Home or About work. However, if he chooses the same theme as I have running for the entire network, all pages (like Activity) will work.
3) Early on, I had attempted to make it so that users could only choose my main theme (in other words, I attempted to remove the default buddypress theme). But, after I removed the default bp theme, I started having problems, so I added it back. It seems that after doing that, is when I began having these other problems.
Any ideas how to get things working right? This is what I’d like: (1) when a user creates a new blog, the default theme (my main theme that I have installed) will appear automatically; (2) I’d like to be able to install child themes that my users can choose from to use on his blog(s).
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