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    Basically I want to let members post comments when they are logged in. So I googled a bit to see how to let uers to register/login, and I found this link:

    It says that I can do so by checking “anyone can register” in “Membership”. However, I don’t have this option Administration > Settings > General.

    I am using version 3.0 and multi-site (hosting several sites together)

    Can anyone give me some help?
    Thanks in advance.

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  • If you’re running a network, users sign up at

    You enable this under Super Admin -> Options.

    Then unser each sub-blog, all you need to do is make sure you have checked “must be logged in to comment” under Settings -> Discussion. They do not have to register under each sub-site.

    Thank you so much for your reply.

    However, I want each sub-sites has its own members, i.e., a user can only log in to the sub-site he/she registered, not other sub-sites on the same network.

    Someone told me there is a solution: super admin -> Domain Mapping -> Domain Options -> uncheck “Redirect administration pages to site’s original domain”

    But this is not working for me. Any ideas?

    Thanks again.

    If they are registered to the network, they only have access to the main blog, and only the profile area.

    They cannot login to the backend of other blogs.

    If you want them to have no hint or clue of the main site, try this:

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