Thanks for this plugin...ill check it out.
Oh sorry if I didn't communicate 'users' properly. Yes users are people logging in and making a post. I meant I don't want sub sites to have their own users tables. Their users should be stored in the wp_users table. But I guess thats how it happens already as I don't see a wp_2_users
Yes I have custom posts types. I have them mapped to users. But then I want something like
parentsite.com displays all the posts
parentsite.com/<user> or <user>.parentsite.com to displays only the posts administered by that specific user.
I want to able to map this to any site. i.e. http://www.abc.com =><user>.parentsite.com and be able to apply any theme on those.
here is what I was thinking, I will have the multisite architecture. Ill create new sub sites. When a new child site is created, a series of tables wp_2_posts, etc are created where 2 is subsite number. What I can do here is instead of using wp_2_posts, wp_2_postmeta, wp_2_term_taxonomy, wp_2_term, etc. etc. use the corresponding wp_posts, wp_postmeta, etc. So I'll leave behind only the configuration tables - wp_2_options and delete all the rest of the tables.
comments? could you help me with this?