multi communities in one website
The easiest way is to use the Groups Component along with bbPress.Each group would get its own discussion forum.
thank you for your response.The problem is that I wish that every community contains these members, groups, forums etc …
There is a plugin that gives a Group Hierarchy which will probably be useful for you.If you can be more specific about what you want then there will be other plugins to recommend for your specific needs.
ok I’ll be more precise: my website should contain early 4 communities each community must have these forums, members, groups, wiki, blog .I also like to have the possibility to add other communities if needed and of course it all in a single site. I hope to be clear
Networks+ is a “premium” (small) plugin written by one of the authors of bp-multi-network and numerous (about 30) other plugins in the WordPress repository and it is fully supported.
Using buddypress and bbpress together with those two plugins you will be able to have separate communities with separate activity streams, forums, groups and blogs all in one wordpress installation and in one database. Membership is shared.
There may be other combinations of plugins that may work. The combination above does work.
Thanks a lot I will try those plug-ins right now
Could you please give another combinaison ? because i would like if it’s possible to use only free plugins.
could you tell me please if i can replace the plugin “networks+” with wp multinetwork.
The page at https://wordpress.org/plugins/bp-multi-network/ states
Multiple WP networks can be created with either:
▪ WP Multi Network
I use Networks +.
There may also be other combinations of plugins that may work.
Googling “wordpress”, “buddypress” “multi-network” or “multinetwork” should be sufficient to come across the few others that may fall into these categories – such as Networks for WordPress at https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/networks-for-wordpress and BuddyPress Multi Network at http://buddydev.com/plugins/buddypress-multi-network/ .
Examining all of the them as well as studying their support forums would be useful in making a decision on which combination to use for your particular requirements.
Given that a multi-network plugin will essentially hold the entire show together I would venture that it is well worth the research you are now undertaking.
Just to be perfectly clear, I am an open source enthusiast but I am not an open-source absolutist though some are and are perfectly entitled to be.
If something works, saves hours of time when compared with other items, is supported and is reasonably priced I will use it (when my budget allows) and will say so.
But, I can only vouch for what I know works.
I can only vouch for, in this case the plugin I cited above, and the continuous free support over a number of years, which comes from recognised top class developers.
This support alone should ordinarily have cost many $X,00s, bringing the price of said plugin deep into negative figures – i.e considerably less than free.
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