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OK, Option (c) in this example would never be checked off inside the Network Settings screen, because the only time option (c) would be allowed, is when a conditional routine processed against a specific User/Member succeeds ( i.e. based on your s2Member configuration, and based on the Member's Level # ). So this is the expected behavior.imaginonic wrote:The Scenario:
S2Member settings (on the Network Admin screen) has 3 options:
1)Disable Registration through wp-signup.php.
2)Allow Anyone to Register for an account (username) through wp-signup.php.
3)Allow anyone to Register for an account and Get a free blog through wp-signup.php.
Now go to the Main Site settings (mydomain.com/wp-admin/network/settings.php) as a network Admin
There are four options:
a)Registration is disabled.
b)User accounts may be registered.
c)Logged in users may register new sites.
d)Both sites and user accounts can be registered.
When I enable 1) and check my main site settings, I see a) enabled.
When I enable 2) and check my main site settings, I see b) enabled.
When I enable 3) and check my main site settings, I see d) enabled.
The option c) is never enabled on any of the plugin settings and I think this is the issue. The plugin is supposed to allow creation(registration) of new sites by logged in users (users who have "Purchased" a membership plan (username)) and restrict their creation of number of blogs based on the membership. I think it makes sense where the bug lies as option c) is never enabled.
Jason wrote:However, what you've found IS a bug, because current releases of s2Member are not running the required conditional routines against Members inside the Dashboard. In the latest release of WordPress v3.2, a Site Admin on a Multisite Network may now create new sites from their Dashboard, instead of only through /wp-signup.php. So the problem here is that s2Member needs to be modified to allow for this to occur. We'll get right on this, hopefully ready in the next release.
Until then, you can work around this bug by sending Users/Members directly to the /wp-signup.php file on your Main Site, where they WILL be allowed to create X number of Blogs, based on your configuration, and based on their Membership Level on your Main Site. So perhaps you can create a link to the /wp-signup.php file inside their Dashboard, or perhaps on the Login Welcome Page for your Main Site.
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