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  • guyz i just wanted to make a website which people can register then they can share videos and ideas
    i mean i want every member of my website can have a blog into the wordpress site and they can post videos,Documentaries,etc ,,,
    i tried to use the buddypress …
    but in the buddypress they cant post content in the wordpress site 🙂
    any suggestions ???

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  • You want everyone to have their own blog?

    Look this over:

    That might be overkill for your needs, but I’m not sure what your needs are exactly. Everyone gets their own sort of WP site under yours with that setup….

    Also, if you look a lot here:

    You can see there are BuddyPress plugins (I know plugin plugins is crazy)! – so you can take BuddyPress and add in a tonne of extended functionality like FaceBook style walls, etc. So you might be able to extend it to your needs

    Keep in mind that learning Multisite and BuddyPress is a process. While it is easy to set up, managing a community and a network of sites is harder than you think. BuddyPress has more features than a new site can really use so you have to plan a deployment strategy to prevent your users from being overwhelmed. BuddyPress and multisite is not a situation of “if you build it they will come”. It require planning, maintenance, care and plenty of work. Just know that to do it is not like running a blog, it is an entirely different level of management and administration, something you have to be committed to for the long haul.

    There is no simple answer to your question because the answer itself is far too complex. You could certainly set it up, but if you are not prepared for the things I mention above, then you can almost expect the sound of crickets and spammers on your site.

    not actually a blog for everyone
    i just wanted to make everyone can post in my website from a cpanal not the admin or main cpanal 😀

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