I run a Multisite installation of WordPress where people pay for the creation/use of child sites. Once their paid term is up, they are demoted from admins of their site to subscribers, so all of their content remains visible and as they left it when they were at admin level, but they cannot make more changes until paying for another term (at which point, I reinstate them as admins of their own child sites). It is important that I continue with this system.
The FeedWordPress plugin is a great feature, and actually a big draw for people considering paying for the right to have a child site in my network. Really, it’s a wonderful plugin.
With all of that said, I was wondering if there was any way for me to stop FWP from syndicating posts on child sites once I’ve demoted the child site’s admin, WITHOUT having to click into the specific child site’s dashboard and just disabling the plugin there? To be clearer, is there a way to completely stop FWP from syndicating (per single child site) from the Network Admin backend? If the user has the syndicated posts being attributed to their main account, will it stop syndicating once they have been demoted to subscriber? If I demote the user that the syndicated posts are being attributed to, will that stop FWP from syndicating posts, or does the user need to be deleted altogether for that to happen (or will FWP just recreate the user if it doesn’t exist the next time it updates from the feed)?
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