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    tammy1999
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    @tammy1999

    I have a site now which has BuddyPress with 70+ groups and a lot of other areas that don’t have anything to do with BuddyPress. Because the website is growing, I am wanting to split the website and have a website with just the BuddyPress groups.

    My now website is all private and I use a plugin for that which works wonderfully but there are a lot of bells and whistles that I don’t need for the new BuddyPress site.

    Is there a lite plugin where you have to be logged in to see all the information? If not logged in, you will be directed back to the Home Page.

    TY

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    @aaronthomas1979

    There is a plugin called BP Simple Private that allows you to restrict access to all Buddypress pages to logged in users only. Then, if people try to visit Buddypress pages after you install the plugin, they will get redirected to the home page.

    But if I’m understanding you wrong – and you want to have a separate site just for your buddypress groups, then I will recommend setting up WordPress Multisite.

    And if I’m understanding you right – which bells and whistles do you want to disable? I’ve disabled a few things with CSS & PHP hacks – but like what do you want to see gone?

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    @tammy1999

    Thank you. I will try this

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