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Separate BuddyPress installs in one WordPress Network

  • wlitwin


    I’m fighting with a serious issue. I want to create a site with separate social network for each user. Example:
    I want both users to have separate BuddyPress sites, only accessible by them and their invited friends.
    I have installed WordPress 3.0, activated the Network feature, installed latest BuddyPress and Network Activated it.
    No I have BuddyPress websites for every user, but when I login on each of them, the main BuddyPress menu is not working. Those links point to, for example,, but when I click them, I get a message, that such page doesn’t exist.
    However, when I login on a main site, links point to and are working, but I get a list of all blogs instead of members of current user’s blog.
    Is it possible to separate BuddyPress systems from each another without having to install them physically in different folders and on different databases?

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