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WordPress Multisite install does not create a BuddyPress version of the site.

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    Jesse Torres
    Participant

    @jetiii

    Hi,
    I have just installed a Multisite version of WordPress 3.0.1 with BuddyPress on a Windows 2008 IIS server. The base site is working fine, however when I create a new site, the site appears to be created as a standard WordPress site using the default theme (which I disabled). If I change the Theme, visually it works. When I click on any BuddyPress Tab (Activity, Members, Groups…), I get a 404 error. I may be wrong, but it appears that it is not picking up the fact it is a BuddyPress site (it is showing up as activated in the PlugIns panel). I have tried to DeActivate/Activate to no avail. ANy assistance you can provide would be appreciated.

    Thanks, Jesse

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    Hugo
    Moderator

    @hnla

    The ‘New Site’ is not! a buddypress site it’s a WP blog which will carry the BP adminbar. These blogs effectively work just as a standard WP blog their theme is defined from their own admin backend.

    I would have a good read of all the docs you can find on the BP codex and WP codex.

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    Jesse Torres
    Participant

    @jetiii

    Thank you hnla for your quick reply. 1) do you have any papers/sites/documentation recommendations (I didn’t see anything directly related)? 2) Is there any existing way (including documentation) to create the child sites as BuddyPress sites?

    Thanks you again, Jesse

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    Hugo
    Moderator

    @hnla

    In fairness the docs are a little light at present, but being brought up to date as quickly as possible. Essentially BP needs the root, you cant run bp on a user blog created by the main blog.

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