Support » Plugin: RSVPMaker » Multisite posts

  • Hi David, I was hoping to use this plugin across a Multisite installation where the posts are created in the child site and they get duplicated (Via Multisite Post Duplicator) through to the parent site (child=state sites, parent=national site). It works for the most part, but the form section doesn’t get duplicated and I’m guessing because the form content is referenced by a different ID on the parent site.

    Do you have any suggestions for a better method to make this more streamlined? At the moment, after Duplicating, I have to go in and edit the new post Event Options Confirmation Message and RSVP Form to get it to lok the same.

    Many thanks in advance, and please see below for an example of what happens after duplication.

    R. Sam


    becomes this after duplication. Weird content pulled in (although the same each time) and no form area.


    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author davidfcarr


    Sorry, although I also do some work with multisite, I haven’t done anything with the duplicator utility you referenced. The urls you referenced as examples are no longer working, so I’m not sure of the issue.

    Is RSVPMaker active on all the sites in question? If not, the child sites would not recognize the RSVPMaker post type.

    Something I’ve had on my todo list is to create a way of aggregating a calendar listing including event posts from multiple sites in a multisite install. In that scenario, you would click through to the site where the source post was created when you wanted to register. Would that be helpful for your use case, or do you really want to clone the posts between sites?



    Hi David, thanks for your help but I had to disable the plugin as I, unfortunately, couldn’t get it to function in the way the client wanted across mutli-site. If I get the chance I might have another play with it.

    R. Sam

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