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  • I need to know how to create the visibility of pages for specific mmember.

    On the menu their will be a link to MY Account when users who are logged in they will view their account on this page.

    For example

    Adam logs in to abc.com and on the menu he clicks on my account and his profile is viewed

    At same time (or also)

    Katie logs into abc.com and on the many she clicks on my account and she is directed to her own profile.

    so basically i want that my account link to be able to view all profiles for each member when they login. I have created a multisite link for each member so they will each have abc.com/katie and abc.com/adam. and when they click on home i cant get them to go back on to their account as i dont know a way of creating a my account page

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  • Are you using the BuddyPress plugin?

    No i tried that but it seems abit too messy and i have very log experience in coding. is there anything you could recommend?

    Yes, BP is a learning curve and it needs to have a BP friendly (BP compatible/ready) theme or it won’t work.

    I don’t have much experience with the multi-site aspect of WordPress so I can’t be of much use past this point.

    You could try this plugin though; Front-End Users.

    Please post back if you find a solution.

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