I’ve been trying to find an answer to this question on google and the codex and just can’t.
I’ve just downloaded 3.0-beta 2 to try out the multi-site functionality. I’m running it on localhost, using subdirectories. I’ve got that part working.
Now, I’m trying to get some plugins showing up across the different sites. I network activate the plugins, but when I login to the usersites, I can’t see them in the Plugin menu (I have “Enabled Administration Menus” checked in the Super Admin Options).
3.0 is installed in localhost/dev/wp3
User1 is localhost/dev/wp3/user1
Logged in as a superadmin, I network activated a plugin (Thesis Openhook, if that makes a difference). When I go to localhost/dev/wp3/user1/wp-admin and login as user1, I see the Plugins menu, I even see that there is (1) Network Plugin, but Thesis Openhook does not show up either on the list of Active plugins or Network plugins, nor does it appear to be activated. Same behaviour on “Sharing is Sexy”.
I feel like I’m missing something very simple, but I can’t figure it out. Can anyone help?
How do I get network activated plugins to show up for admin users on the child sites?
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