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How do users post? (2 posts)

  1. CallMeAndy
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Firstly I appologise if it is not considered PC but have posted this in here and buddypress forum as I am not sure which has most relevence. My site has been in development since upgrading to buddypress 1.6.1, (not sure if that was the cause however) but just discovered prior to going live that where new registrations previously had (perhaps wordpress functionality-rather than buddypress -I dont really know) the ability to make post and were contributors by default. There now seems to be no access to the admin post-editor for a user, I guess they are not contributors by default, but how do I provide this functionality, or where does a user find it.

    I want new registration to be able to post immediatly all be it pending editor role review.

    Perhaps related I see that Network Admin Users are not now showing with the main blog as a site attribute, however in the members area they do show as members of the main blog.

    Of course this is a multisite setup.

    Any help appreciated

  2. CallMeAndy
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    So Multisite BuddyPress and WP now, all other plugins removed.
    This makes no difference there is no interface for someone newly registerred to act as a contributor.

    On delving it is obvious why - new registrants are not added to existing sites including the main blog. If you add a user manually to the main blog he gets his contributor interface.

    So I guess what I need to know is if there is a way to automatically add him to the main blog on sign-up.

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