Using members/groups and so on directory as subdomain?
I am using wp-subdomains as plugin to make my main categories and pages as subdomain. The thing that I wish to do now is to make http://domain.com/members/ as http://members.domain.com.
Whith the help of the plugin above I’ve pointed the page called members to the subdomain, but I get blank page. Are there any hooks I can change so I could get groups.domain.com, forums.domain.com, members.domain.com, activity.domain.com
I’ve read all the codex but there is no such option as I can see.
I am using WP 3.0.2 with the latest BP without multysite installation.
Moveover, I belive that I found a bug with the search function, here in the community. I’ve tried to get all the available information on the query subdomain – http://buddypress.org/search/?f=subdomain
The problem is that I recieve this message – Topic 1 to 10 (of 50), which means that there should be at least 5 pages, but when I click on second page I get an error that this page doesn’t exist.
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