Displaying network posts per network

Anyone know the best way to limit network posts to a network? I have a multisite I'm building which now has two networks:
Main Network: http://beautyundefined.com
All users register here and have option of creating creating their own blogs. The recent global posts plugin is activated and works as expected.

2nd Network: http://cancerbu.com
Another network mapped to a domain which allows users to create a blog. Recent global post activated and works.
Is there any way, or another plugin, to have only posts from cancerbu bloggers to appear on the cancerbu network and posts from the main network to appear there?
This way as new networks are added I can isolate blogger posts to that network.

Any responses appreciated

  • Vinod Dalvi

    Hi @nusolutions,

    I hope you are well today and thank you for your question.

    I have a multisite I'm building which now has two networks:

    Is there any way, or another plugin, to have only posts from cancerbu bloggers to appear on the cancerbu network and posts from the main network to appear there?

    Are you referring two networks as two subsites in the single multisite network and do you want to display posts from respective sites?

    Please advise.

    Find information about WordPress multisite/network on the following pages.

    https://premium.wpmudev.org/manuals/wpmu-manual-2/wordpress-wordpress-mu-and-wordpress-multisite/
    https://premium.wpmudev.org/manuals/wordpress-multisite/
    http://codex.wordpress.org/Create_A_Network

    Kind Regards,
    Vinod Dalvi

  • nusolutions

    Hey Vinod and thanks for the reply. I don't know how else to explain it. The main site is already configured to display recent blog posts from sub-sites. This main site is configured as a multi-network so I don't need any of the links listed above. On the main site I've created a sub-site called Mrcummings, http://beautyundefined.com/mrcummings, and when I create a post on Mrcummings it appears as a global post in the mainsite as expected. This is shown at the very bottom as a widget in the footer area.
    On this multisite network I navigate to the network dashboard and create a new network which maps to the cancerbu.com domain. On the cancerbu.com network I create a new subsite called /breastcancer, http://cancerbu.com/breastcancer, and when I create a post on /breastcancer it appears as a global post in the cancerbu network as expected. This too is shown at the very bottom in the footer area.

    Users who elect to create blogs on the mainsite could be blogging about anything. These posts may not have anything to do with Cancer therefore I don't want any of these posts to appear on the cancerbu.com network. On the flip-side when a user elects to create a blog on cancerbu.com network the "hope" is that they're blogging about Cancer related topics. I'm not worried about posts from this network appearing on the main site.
    So if you look at the bottom of cancerbu.com you'll see where posts from /mrcummings appears as a global post. My initial guess is that I may have to use a different plugin. My other guess is that I'm overlooking something simple so any direction is appreciated.

  • Vinod Dalvi

    Hi @nusolutions,

    Thank you for your detailed reply.

    On this multisite network I navigate to the network dashboard and create a new network which maps to the cancerbu.com domain.

    By default WordPress doesn't provide any functionality to create a network inside another network.

    Are you using any plugin to do this?

    Users who elect to create blogs on the mainsite could be blogging about anything. These posts may not have anything to do with Cancer therefore I don't want any of these posts to appear on the cancerbu.com network.

    You can just configure the Recent Global Posts Widget to exclude certain blog posts from displaying by adding the blog IDs in the "Exclude Blogs" field of the widget as displayed in the screenshot on the following page.

    https://premium.wpmudev.org/project/recent-global-posts-widget/#usage

    Regards,
    Vinod Dalvi

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