@pcwriter and @Beck_B thanks! I am trying to find a way to add something to the adminbar of Buddypress that would allow members, when logged in, to write for their sites. At the same time, I don’t want the backend of sites exposed to members who are not writing for that site. Can’t seem to find a simple solution. Maybe these work.
@jonnylons I had a similar goal to you. I ended up instead creating a highly customised, edited backend. Whether you are interested in doing this completely or maybe just checking out some of the things I learnt, you may want to check out my guide to the matter here:
@jonnylons, are you looking for something that lets users write blog posts for their sites? Somebody pointed me to a few good front-end blog post plugins. If that’s what you’re looking for, say the word, and I’ll dig ’em up.
Or, now that I look more closely at the link @footybible offered, sweet. And he mentioned the front-end approach already. I have no current need of this solution myself, as I’m not running multisite, but I am definitely bookmarking that guide in case it comes up in the future….
So, sounds like it just depends on how much control your users need and how much time you want to invest in setting that up.
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