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    @esthergriffith

    Hello,

    I’ve installed buddypress with another plugin. They both require logins. However, when I login with buddypress, it automatically creates an account for the other plugin and vice versa. I would like to restrict this feature as one login is for kids and the other is for adults. We don’t want adults chatting with kids etc.

    You can see this at our site trinikidscorner.com. There’s a kids corner and a parents zone. They each create user accounts for the other plugin, which we don’t want.

    Can you direct me as to how this can be done, please?
    Thanks in advance!

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  • Henry Wright
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    @henrywright

    You could use member types to create child and adult types and add a radio button to the BuddyPress registration form?

    Member Types


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    @esthergriffith

    Hmmm,

    Thanks. I’ll take a look at the option. Will let you if it works.

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