So basically a quick check that replaces /folder/ before /wp-content/ by empty space should solve this. I will try to know how to get the subsite folder name dynamically and remove it. Do you have a test install that replicates this issue for testing purposes, or the OP?
Sorry,I have been out.many discussion…
Sorry for cutting discussion.
I do not understand all what you talk about.
But,If I switch ultisite with subfolders (mainsite.com/subsite) to Multisite with subdomains (subsite.mainsite.com)
As Nexnivis say
I’ve never used Multisite with subfolders (mainsite.com/subsite) I’ve always use it with subdomains (subsite.mainsite.com).
As keyhanjun say, the problem should be your path. And I guess you will have similar issues with other plugins in near future. Anyway I can’t help you because I’ve never used this kind of network structure :-\
This never happen?
Yes, but this is the big chance to make UserPro fully Multisite compatible. So it would be awesome if you could give Ahmed FTP & WordPress Admin credentials via a private reply so that he can fix this for you & all of us. 😉
TOMO, can you give me the correct folder and example profile that has broken profile photo as well. I logged in via ftp but feel lost there.
I’ve fixed your issue. 🙂 Great tip to help solve all installation of multisite for subfolders too! 🙂
To be added to next update.
Thank you!! Great job!!
It is completely fixed.
You’re welcome. A rating of UserPro will help 😉
Yes,I already did!
You’re more than welcome. 🙂
Awesome work guys! 🙂
Just tested v1.0.88 on:
1. WP MS installation based on subdomains
2. WP MS installation based on subfolders
3. (normal/single) WP installation
& can report it works fine on all of them! 😉
Please open a new seperate thread as this one is/was for WP MS installation based on subfolders, thanks.
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