I have a multi-site that I installed buddypress and prosite onto. Then I have 5 additional subsites that I have built to complement the main site, all are listed on nav bars of all of these.
I am changing the domain names with the domain mapping plugin for these main sub sites one at a time, and this process seems to be working well. I then use the velvet blue plugin to change internal links.
I will not be changing the main multisite domain of course. And I want to keep the buddypress plugin activated on that main site as well. But, I want to disconnect the pro site from the entire network. Here is what I am hoping to accomplish:
I want to still provide hosting for people who come to my network. But, I want this to be on a very limited, much more controlled basis. Matter of fact, I will not make the sign in for this public. So I don't want theprosite blog registration to be a part of the member registration for the buddypress.
It makes sense to have the pro site plugin on the main site, and I do have paid recurring members set up and don't really want to change that. Can I have a prosite plugin active on this main site that will not affect the ability for others to just sign up for buddypress?
If I have to move the pro site plugin to another subsite, how will that affect my existing paid members and their sites already on the network?
Any suggestions for making this a neat and tidy transition? Thanks in advance! You all are so great! Linda @iempoweru