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1 bbPress across multiple websites


  • RoganSarine
    Member

    @rogansarine

    I have already figured out (I think) the easiest way to make websites share users, but what exactly is the best way to have each website link to the same forum (if possible, with it’s own theme to fit the websites scheme, but unnecessary).

    The reason I ask is because I don’t want to just off-site link to the forum… I’d like the domain and the navigation to stay the same.

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  • RoganSarine
    Member

    @rogansarine

    Nobody?


    John James Jacoby
    Keymaster

    @johnjamesjacoby

    This would take a considerable amount of effort, to have the same forum have several different themes and views.


    RoganSarine
    Member

    @rogansarine

    The forum skin doesn’t need to be different across the different sites. I was thinking of off-linking the forum somehow in an iFrame or something using Multisite on WP.


    RoganSarine
    Member

    @rogansarine

    Bump again.

    Is there actually no way to use multisite users and use, for example, an iframe from the main website? They don’t need to be individually skinned.


    Anointed
    Moderator

    @anointed

    I’m guessing that the most ‘generic’ way to do this would be to use multisite, put bbPress onto a single site, and then simply add a link to that site in all the other sites menu’s.

    You could use a plugin like

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/multisite-user-management/

    That would add each user to every site on your network when they signup on one site. It does take some setup, but works pretty well for what it is.

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