Installing Buddypress Multi-network
I am managing a few different school-related websites at http://sites.unishanoi.org. One of them is a site called Tech Connect that is at http://tech.unishanoi.org. I would like to have Buddypress installed and focused around that particular sub-site. When I installed Buddypress, all of the login and profile pages were based on the main site, not the sub-site. It seemed like the way to fix this was through Buddypress Multi-network (even though I don’t anticipate more than one network). I installed the multi-network plugin, enabled the buddypress multi-blog setting in my wp-config.php file, but now I get error messages.
The Multi-network plugin site said that when you install the plugin you have to re-activate Buddypress on the plugin page. Right now, there is no option to do that. In addition, if I go to the Settings>Buddypress>Pages page, I get this error: “You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page.” This comes when I am logged in as a super-admin for my multi-site.
Do I need to be using the multi-network plugin? Is there another way to focus all the buddypress activity on the subsite? If not, how do I deal with this permissions error?
Thanks in advance for your help!
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