Hey I have one checkmark now haha. Still alot of red X’s but one checkmark in California somewhere. Progress? Should I still open a ticket? I should probably check cloudfare first for the problem.
Its pointing to CloudFlare for DNS. And I suspect that since you didn’t add that subdomain to CloudFlare, you should change those to ns1.dreamhost.com and ns2.dreamhost.com (unless there’s a wildcard subdomain option in CloudFlare that I don’t know about, which is totally possible).
Good idea. Wait I can’t change anything for a mirror subdomain right? You mean change the main site? After I respond to this message I will try two things. 1. See if I can add the subdomain to cloudfare. 2. If that doesn’t work after a while disable cloudfare all together and use dreamhost nameservers again see what that does.
MultiNetwork BuddyPress… You just had to pick the most complicated of all the BP/WPMS related plugins out there, didn’t you?
Two BuddyPress profiles with one user account. Wow. So it kind of depends on WHY you need this.
I could explain it all to you. There is a real world magazine attached to the website and there is also an RPG. Having to create two separate accounts would be a pain. Using one profile for both could be pretty awkward. Like using your world of warcraft avatar and profile information on the huffingtonpost.com. Or using your facebook picture kissing your boyfriend on your Jedi character card. Awkwarddd. Social sign in is also enabled on this site. So trying to work around all this without forcing users to sign up for two separate accounts. Maybe an author or photographer wants real world recognition for their work so uses their real name on the magazine. But Harry Sherman isn’t the coolest name for the newest member using the darkside of the force in The Empire. So two buddypress profiles would be grand.
Like you can have multiple accounts with one email: http://wordpress.org/plugins/allow-multiple-accounts/
I did check that out despite it not being updated in two years. I’m not sure if it serves my purpose with the buddypress thing. I’ll read up on it again.
Or you can use extended profiles to make group specific info show: http://codex.buddypress.org/buddypress-c…-profiles/
Same. Though Ill read again to make sure.
But at the end of the day, the real problem here is you will always have ONE profile, according to WP, even in Multisite, so shared information will still be shared, and I don’t know which data in a profile you’re wanting to change up based on … what parameters (I’m guessing groups?)
According to that plugin, and we emailed the developer to make sure and he surprisingly replied back, if you disable sync with the wordpress name in buddypress settings, you will be able to have separate buddypress names and profiles and such under one user. Exactly what I’m looking for. I cannot explain to you how this works, but if it works I’m happy. I haven’t had the chance to test it out as I need multisite to start working beforehand.
(Is this you as well? http://buddypress.org/support/topic/muli...e-account/ ? )
Not me however that is Rukia. Another editor working on this website. Great detective work. There are 5 more of us to find and you will unlock the secret to the world. haha.
I’ll try tinkering with nameservers and cloudfare now and update you after it fails ha.