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understanding sites membership (5 posts)

  1. 5ngua
    Member
    Posted 7 months ago #

    I see that when a person registers for a new account at a multisite, he becomes an user at Network but not all child sites. So how can that new user become a user of a child site?

  2. 5ngua
    Member
    Posted 6 months ago #

    Warning: This plugin is currently broken (at least for some sites) and I have no time to maintain it. I plan to solve all the issues from the support forum but I have no idea when that might happen (perhaps summer 2014). I am sorry and thank you for the understanding.

    Anyway, I just want to learn how things are proceeded on a normal wordpress multisite. I also realize that if bbpress is activated on a child-site, then whenever a logged in user visits that child-site, he automatically becomes member of that child-site.

  3. jkhongusc
    Member
    Posted 6 months ago #

    5ngua -
    > I see that when a person registers for a new account at a multisite, he becomes an user at Network but not all child sites.

    That is pretty much it, the user is a network user... end of story. AFAIK, If you want to do anything more you need to use a plugin. bbpress is a plugin, so it does extra stuff to allow users to use the plugin's functionality.

    You will need to determine how specifically you want to apply roles to your users. Then do a search to see if any plugin meet your specifications. Of course you can apply site roles to users manually, but that is not a good solution for everyone.

  4. That is a NEW message, FYI, it was added there 2014-2-1

    Well you can try this idea: http://halfelf.org/2012/more-multisite-registration/

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