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    On the upsic.errantnet.com/dev/ I have a blog tester2, where actually I test the Join My Multisite plugin. So, the ‘Register for an account’ button redirects me to the upsic.errantnet.com/register/ not to the upsic.errantnet.com/dev/register/ registration page.

    You have “User registration is currently not allowed.” so it’s not going to work anyway. Actually it shouldn’t even show up.

    Also are you running BuddyPress? I haven’t tested with that.

    Yes, on the upsic.errantnet.com the registration is not allowed, but I am testing your plugin on upsic.errantnet.com/dev (this is a separate installation of WPMS, for testing purposes), so the ‘Register for an account’ button must redirect me to upsic.errantnet.com/dev/register/ not to upsic.errantnet.com/register/.

    And yes, I am running BuddyPress.

    My last answer disappeared overnight, I do not know why :((.

    1. I have two sites/installations of WPMS: upsic.errantnet.com and upsic.errantnet.com/dev. The plugin I test on the upsic.errantnet.com/dev. The ‘Register for an account’ button redirects me to upsic.errantnet.com/register, not to upsic.errantnet.com/dev/register/.

    And yes, I am running BuddyPress.

    2. A second question: How can I do that instead of “Hi, new member.” text after registration/login to appear the “Hi, usernamehere” text?

    I dropped the WPMS installation inside another WPMS, but the question remains open.

    You have to be patient, friend. It’s the weekend 🙂

    I’ll have to build out two sites similar to what you have to see if I can recreate the error. Mind given what I see when I go to your tester URL (it sends me to http://upsic.org/wp-signup.php?new=upsic.errantnet.com ) I think something’s busted in either your .htaccess or your vhost rules.

    I’m not sure what you’re asking in Question #2.

    A second question: How can I do that instead of “Hi, new member.” text after registration/login to appear the “Hi, usernamehere” text?

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    Ipstenu, thank you for your answer!

    I know it’s the weekend :). I dropped my installation not because of your plugin. I really like it and I need it, and I am sure 🙂 you will take in account my questions also, but I am not satisfied with this configuration (one WPMS inside another WPMS), so I am looking for an another. Actually I research now how “to convince” the cPanel to enable the wildcard subdomains 🙂 for an subdomains WPMS install.

    You can edit all of the messages.

    Good joke :). I think, the “usernamehere” (or, currently, “new member”) should be not a message introduced by me manually, but a variable extracted from the database, and do not know how to do this. I can not manually enter the names of the my future users.

    Cheers,
    Iurie

    (one WPMS inside another WPMS), so I am looking for an another.

    Oooh that’s always going to be messy. I would recommend using a Multi Network plugin, personally.

    I think, the “usernamehere” (or, currently, “new member”) should be not a message introduced by me manually, but a variable extracted from the database,

    AH! Alas, not as easy as I wanted it to be without making my own variables. It’s a slippery slope I didn’t care travel. Personally I leave it blank 99% of the time, since the name is on the toolbar.

    Anyway, thank you! Also thanks for the plugin!

    This topic is resolved.

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