As the title suggests, I’m trying to set up multiple blogs on a site, where if you register for one, you register for them all, and according to the Codex, if I use the following code: `define( ‘CUSTOM_USER_TABLE’, ‘news_users’ );
define( ‘CUSTOM_USER_META_TABLE’, ‘news_usermeta’ );`
on all subsequent blogs after setting up the first one, it should allow me to carry over all the users, correct? However, when I put that into the config files for the WordPress blogs and try to install them, I keep getting an error that says “Please provide a valid username”.
Except that the valid username field is nonexistent (it’s literally a text line that says “User(s) already exists.” So…how do I set this up? Am I missing a crucial step somewhere or was this feature phased out in preference to using a MU install of WordPress?
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