bbPress 2.1 User Profile and Favorites
Hi, I am testing a WordPress MultiSite (WP 3.4.1) with BuddyPress 1.6 Beta2 + bbPress 2.1.
BuddyPress is being activated on the 2nd site of the multisite network.
And I am using bbPress for the main site.
But I cannot access the Favorites in the main site where bbPress 2.1 is being used. When I clicked the Favorites in bbPress forum, I will be directed to the 2nd site and shown “Page not found”.
Also, I noticed the bbPress Forum and Topics from the main site is showing up on the BuddyPress Activity, but the favorites tab is showing nothing.
Is there a way to separate bbPress Forum on the main site with BuddyPress on the 2nd site?
Can bbPress on each site in the multisite environment has its own User profile page to manage their favorites and see the topics without going to BuddyPress?
Additional question: I can use the login to access WordPress.org, BuddyPress.org, and bbPress.org, and each has its own user profile page. Can we achieve that too?
- This topic was modified 10 years, 10 months ago by pinkdreambox.
John James JacobyKeymaster
Anything is possible. Right now, you’ll need to custom build something to meet the needs for your install(s). There’s nothing preventing this from happening, but you should know that BuddyPress expects that it’s user profiles are the canonical ones, so you’ll have a bit of customizing to do.
Hi, John thanks for the reply.
I noticed the url for the user in bbPress is support/users/test (support is the forum base) but like the question when clicked the Favorites in bbPress it will take me to the BuddyPress powered 2nd site and show Page Not Found.
Is there a redirect I can do to make users see their bbPress profiles and manage the favorites and subscriptions on the main site.
Will Favorites and topic subscriptions from bbPress be integrated with BuddyPress in 1.6?
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