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sorry no posts match your criteria when the blogpost is clicked (10 posts)

  1. themel
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I have a multisite network and posting works fine to all teh subdomains, but when I go to the subdomain and click on the individual blog, I get the message above and nothing is there. And this is across the network except for the default blog subdomain.

    Anyone have an idea, I have built 100 sub domain sites and now feel
    like i have wasted my time.

  2. URL?

  3. themel
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    These are google adsense websites

    http://dallas.local-rent-to-own-homes.com/
    http://chicago.local-rent-to-own-homes.com

    these are a couple of samples of the whole 100 sub domains.

    Below is the default site where all the posts open and of course
    where the posts were multi- posted from to all the sub domains.

    http://temp.local-rent-to-own-homes.com/

    Thanks for taking the time to look at this.
    Phil

  4. Is the exact same post supposed to be replicated to all those sites?

  5. themel
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Yes, I have a plugin called default blog that works with Multisite
    that allows you to multipost to all your subdomains from the default blog.
    That is working as far as multi posting, it's just the results are coming out badly. I think I must have error-ed somewhere in the settings.

    Want to dublicate blogs with same settings? If you use WordPress Blog network, the plugin gives you the possibility to create a default blog as a template for all new blogs. This plugin is for site admins of Multiuser sites.
    Thanks Ipstenu

  6. themel
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Also, it seems strange that part of the blog post content shows on the
    subdomain, but when you click through the title nothing is there but the message, "sorry no posts match your criteria"

  7. Okay, yeah, I'm gonna say that plugin's not set up right. We may need to get that author in here :)

    This one? http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/default-blog-options/

  8. themel
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Ok Ipstenu,

    I will contact him.
    Thanks for your help, greatly appreciate

  9. themel
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Ipstenu, I sent him an email, I took your reply to mean contact him and have him look at it. It looks like the plugin might not be compatible with 3.1 yet. I have to work with wordpress 3.1 because my hosting company only installs the latest version of wrodpress (hostgator)
    and my other hosting company Bluehost doesn't support WP multisite.

    And so it goes,

  10. Yeah, that's a good way to go about it :)

    Also tagging this post with 'default-blog-options' helps.

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