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Many thanks for the solution.
You have found a very easy workaround.
Can the support kindly guide me on this issue. It’s been 2 days
Can the support kindly assist me in this issue
Hello Ahmed. Sent you an email with login credentials.in reply to: Profile picture of user not showing up in multisite
@CentralGeek I agreed with you on Userpro Vs Buddypress and was saying that a little tweaking with Userpro would make it far more flexible than buddypress. And what you have said was true and cannot be interpreted as less than completely appreciative of what DeluxeThemes has done so far.
I think I would go with the solution of using ‘Advanced access manager’ and ‘Multisite user management’ plugins for now. But would definitely email you if I find a more flexible solution.
Thank you @CentralGeek for taking out your time to help me.I really appreciate it.
I think Deluxethemes has done a great job with Userpro and little tweaking with it would definitely help make a feature-packed social network that will be far more different than buddypress,when used in conjunction with various other wordpress plugins.
@CentralGeek I partially solved the problem using ‘Advanced Access Manager’ plugin by assigning the blog admins the role of ‘a little above editor’ so that they can tweak everything except they don’t have the ability to edit users. So that solved my problem of ‘seeing edit profile button when blog admin visits his followers/following’.
Secondly I used ‘Multisite user management’ plugin to add every user to each of my sub-sites. This solved the private activity problem. Now everything works as expected but:
I use WPMUDEV Multisite privacy plugin so that each blog admin can set his/her own site privacy(since my multisite is like a social network with each user having a blog;so they post some personal stuff). The plugin has 4 options :
1.Allow any registered users on the network to view site.
2.Allow only subscribers or users of the site to view it.
3.Allow access to only administrators of the site.
4.Require a single password to access the site – allowing only those you want to view the site but without the need for them to have a user account.
The 2nd one is probably the most useful option for the users. But now they can’t take advantage of this plugin since ‘Multisite user management’ adds all users in network to each of the sub-sites.
I am looking for an effective alternative option for this problem though I think I temporarily fixed it.