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One bbpress per blog in wordpress mu


  • fpierron
    Member

    @fpierron

    Hi,

    I have a wordpress mu install + buddypress. All the stuff works fine. I have installed bbpress. As it was difficult to tune the installation, I don’t know if what I can’t do if the consequence of a bad installation or only a limitation of bbpress.

    I thought bbpress was buillt to work with wordpress mu : then I should be able to automatically enable a forum per blog created. But it is not the case : there’s one forum belonging to the first blog wp mu, and other blogs do not have one’s.

    I don’t know if I am clear so I describe what I need.

    Let’s say I create a WordPress MU on example.org.

    I install bbpress to the example.org/forums path. Ok, it works.

    Now, I create another blog, let’s say myblog.example.org.

    When I enter the url myblog.example.org/forums, I should get a new forum space, not the forum that belongs to the main blog.

    How to do that ?

    Regards,

    Fred

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  • chrishajer
    Participant

    @chrishajer

    bbPress was not built to work like that with WMPU. As for how to enable that functionality, I’m not sure. I think you would have to install bbPress on each blog. I’ve not heard of a way to have something like WPMU for bbPress (i.e. BBMU.)


    johnhiler
    Member

    @johnhiler

    I’m guessing that Automattic built something similar to bbMU for TalkPress?

    http://bbpress.org/blog/2009/04/talkpress-and-bbpress/

    Not sure what if they plan to release that or not… I’m guessing they will, but that it’s not a huge priority?


    chrishajer
    Participant

    @chrishajer

    I wonder how hard it would be to do something like a bbMU? Not hosted (like wordpress.com) but just like WMPU?


    pulser1983
    Member

    @pulser1983

    Greetings :)

    Fred, did you find any solution?

    Thanks a lot

    Radhe

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