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[Resolved] Remove or hide, 'create a blog' options at registration.

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    I’m trying to remove the section of the registration page that allows new users to create a blog during registration. I know you can remove the option through the admin network settings, but I still want users to have the option to create a blog after registration.

    The website uses WordPress Multisite and BuddyPress along with a “Secure Invite” plugin that requires new users to be invited by existing users. If I understand correctly, the BuddyPress Registration page is responsible for serving up the registration options from other components of the site, which currently include,

    WordPress (Username and Password)
    *Multi Site (New Blog Registration “Blog Details”)
    BuddyPress (Username + Profile Field)

    Is there a way using a child theme to have the BuddyPress’s registration page hide the Multisite Registration options (i.e. “Blog Details”) or just not serve them up?

    Here’s a screen shot of the options I’m looking to remove, Screen Shot
    The site address is,

    I’m completely stumped by this one so any help would be amazing!

    WordPress 3.8.1, BuddyPress 1.9.2

    Thanks in advance!

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    Hiding in plain sight was,

    div class="register-section" id="blog-details-section"

    Which is the CSS #ID in the BuddyPress register.php file (Both files). So, to hide the “Blog Details” during registration I added,

    #blog-details-section {
    	display: none;

    to my Child Themes style.css, which solved this lingering problem beautifully.

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