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I have situation, that i need common user login for

  1. Blog A
  2. Blog B
  3. bbPress

I found the solution Single use login for two wordpress installation from Justin Tadlock Blog.

Installing two WordPress blogs with the same users

But What for bbPress ?

Is there any plugin can work for me ? Should i use wordpress multisite (i am using it)?

Thanks In Advance !

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Voted to close as a 'shopping question' – Tom J Nowell Jun 18 '12 at 9:59

You should have used WordPress multisite, so a single install running 3 separate sites, one for Blog A, one for Blog B, one for BBPress. You should also be using the BBPress v2 plugin, not the standalone BBPress v1

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WP multisite work for all platform without any customization, am i right ? – Ajay Patel Jun 11 '12 at 11:41
Multisite works where single site works, PHP Mysql.... – Tom J Nowell Jun 11 '12 at 13:13
up vote 0 down vote accepted

Multisite User Management

This plugin works for me! Automatically add users to each site in your WordPress network.

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You never mentioned you were already on WordPress multisite? This plugin doesn't work for separate individual WordPress installs, only Multisite installs hence 'network' – Tom J Nowell Jun 14 '12 at 14:50
You can see the question "Is there any plugin can work for me ? Should i use wordpress multisite (i am using it)?" Also tag – Ajay Patel Jun 18 '12 at 4:49
@TomJNowell BTW sorry if i made any mistake, thanks for all – Ajay Patel Jun 18 '12 at 4:50
But no plugin is necessary, multisite gives you a single userbase shared across sites. If this is simply a 'give me a plugin' question then I'm sorry but I'll have to close vote this. Shopping questions are not in the spirit of this QA site – Tom J Nowell Jun 18 '12 at 9:59
No, If this can be done by without plugin then its grate for me. What I want to do is if i register in "Blog A" then i will able to login in "Blog B & bbPress" automatically. Is that possible ? how ? In my multisite installation I am not able to do this – Ajay Patel Jun 18 '12 at 10:07

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