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  • Resolved diegpl

    (@diegpl)


    Does it have a central dashboard for wpms installations? Tks! 😉

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  • Plugin Contributor kaggdesign

    (@kaggdesign)

    On multisite, you will see the “Use network-wide settings” with the helper text “‘On multisite, use same settings for all sites of the network.”. Turn it on and you will have the same settings across the multisite.

    Thread Starter diegpl

    (@diegpl)

    1) That sounds great man. And about will it load the js to prevent cf7 spams for the sites that do not have the cf7 enabled on it as well or does it recognize it?

    2) About the other things like comment, login, checkout form, can I disable all their protection (for performance) in the central dashboard as well? Tks! 😉

    Thread Starter diegpl

    (@diegpl)

    The multisite feature is not working, bcz the settings does not show up in the network dashboard, just for the main site, which does not have woocommerce or cf7 enabled on it, so the settings are not available for the whole network…

    Plugin Contributor kaggdesign

    (@kaggdesign)

    They work on all sites of the network, it was tested. To work, they do not need to be shown on the new=twork dashboard.

    To make settings for WC and CF7, go to the site where these plugins are installed, and turn off “Use network-wide settings”. You will see settings for WC and CF7 available. Tune them up and turn on “Use network-wide settings”. The site settings where you save them will now be available across the whole network.

    To clarify. Let us assume you have the following settings:
    Site A (main) – WC off, CF7 off
    Site B – WC on, CF7 off
    Site C – WC off, CF7 on
    Site D – WC on, CF7 on.

    Go to site B, turn off and turn on the network-wide toggle. You will have WC ‘on’, and CF7 ‘off’ on all sites. Site B options are used for all sites now.

    Go to site C, turn off and turn on the network-wide toggle. You will have WC ‘off’, and CF7 ‘on’ on all sites. Site C options are used for all sites now.

    Thread Starter diegpl

    (@diegpl)

    The “if” in the code, shouldn`t be about active plugins, that should be related about the js (if the hcaptcha work through js insertion) inserting if the setting for it is enabled, and the dashboard should show um in the /network/settings screen 🙂

    • This reply was modified 9 months, 2 weeks ago by diegpl.
    Plugin Contributor kaggdesign

    (@kaggdesign)

    They work on all sites of the network, it was tested. To work, they do not need to be shown on the network dashboard.

    To make settings for WC and CF7, go to the site where these plugins are installed, and turn off “Use network-wide settings”. You will see settings for WC and CF7 available. Tune them up and turn on “Use network-wide settings”. The site settings where you save them will now be available across the whole network.

    To clarify. Let us assume you have the following settings:
    Site A (main) – WC off, CF7 off
    Site B – WC on, CF7 off
    Site C – WC off, CF7 on
    Site D – WC on, CF7 on.

    Go to site B, turn off and turn on the network-wide toggle. You will have WC ‘on’ and CF7 ‘off’ on all sites. Site B options are used for all sites now.

    Go to site C, turn off and turn on the network-wide toggle. You will have WC ‘off’ and CF7 ‘on’ on all sites. Site C options are used for all sites now.

    • This reply was modified 9 months, 2 weeks ago by kaggdesign.
    Thread Starter diegpl

    (@diegpl)

    Hmmm, I really like this plugin because I was hoping to be able to manage my network through a central dashboard. But through this way is not the same thing as being able to use a central dashboard. I would still need to set the plugin site per site, which is not functional for many sites…

    Plugin Contributor kaggdesign

    (@kaggdesign)

    No. Again, you missed the idea. Make settings on one site which has WC and CF7 installed. On this site, turn the toggle “Use network-wide settings” on. Save settings. That’s it.

    Your settings are the same on all sites of the network. Enjoy.

    Thread Starter diegpl

    (@diegpl)

    Oh, I got it now, kinda a quick fix to work around (this logic could be a good idea for the plugin development then https://wordpress.org/support/topic/how-does-it-work-for-wpms-installations/#post-16275123 ). But I would still need to set each domain on hCaptcha site, right? Or not? Tks! 😉

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