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asked How can I allow commas in tag names?
Jul
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Jul
12
asked How can I force users to a particular subdomain to log in for MU (Multisite)?
Jul
1
comment How to enable a site administrator to edit users in a WordPress network/ multisite setup?
Thanks @scribu, I will if I have time. the WP guys are usually pretty good with fixing things over time anyhow.
Jun
30
awarded  Commentator
Jun
30
comment How to enable a site administrator to edit users in a WordPress network/ multisite setup?
I already tried using the "Members" plugin to simply add the capability "manage_network_users" for Administrators, but it did not work. Simply adding the capability in that fashion won't solve the whole problem as there are other checks in place for network capabilities. I'm not sure if you can tell from the code I've added above, but the Super Administrator role / capabilities work quite differently from the others. A solution that does not work is not a solution.
Jun
30
revised How to enable a site administrator to edit users in a WordPress network/ multisite setup?
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Jun
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comment How to enable a site administrator to edit users in a WordPress network/ multisite setup?
I do not believe this to be a duplicate. It is a fairly hard question as some of the network user admin functions are coded in a way that seems to make it very hard to extend them.
Jun
30
accepted Adjust which tempalte a page uses with a function?
Jun
30
comment Adjust which tempalte a page uses with a function?
I haven't tested it yet but it looks right. Thanks!
Jun
28
asked How to enable a site administrator to edit users in a WordPress network/ multisite setup?
Jun
28
comment Is there a is_user_logged_in() for multisite?
actually I had the cookie domain set up wrong. after I fixed that then your code worked very well. thanks!
Jun
28
revised Is there a is_user_logged_in() for multisite?
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Jun
27
comment Is there a is_user_logged_in() for multisite?
You're right. It still only works for the current blog. But you see what I was trying to get at? I have a blog that the user will not be logged into, but I want to display information if they are logged into a different blog in the network. Any ideas?
Jun
27
awarded  Editor
Jun
27
revised Is there a is_user_logged_in() for multisite?
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Jun
27
accepted Is there a is_user_logged_in() for multisite?
Jun
27
comment Is there a is_user_logged_in() for multisite?
I had something a little different in mind. I've added to to the question, but I think yours is very useful, too.
Jun
27
asked Is there a is_user_logged_in() for multisite?
Jun
27
awarded  Critic