Seeing my WPMU sites in the MY Sites dropdown menu.

I have three WPMU networks, each with multiple active sites.
In one, http://www.turamavision.com, I can "see" my entire site listing in the drop-down menu in the network management panel.
I also have the MultiPost plugin installed, and it "sees" all of my sites.
In my two other networks, however, neither of these things is true.
I see - and Multipost sees - only my main network site, and none of the others.
Can you help me to resolve this?

  • aecnu
    • WP Unicorn

    Greetings vbond,

    Thank you for bringing this to our attention.

    What plugin is this MultiPost plugin?

    I am not aware of us having this plugin.

    In addition, it appears that you have set up a network of networks.

    I also have the MultiPost plugin installed, and it "sees" all of my sites.
    In my two other networks, however, neither of these things is true.

    Have you indeed activated it on the other two networks?

    Please advise.

    Cheers, Joe

  • vbond
    • WPMU DEV Initiate

    Hi Joe...

    This is not one of your plugins... I mention it only because it is a symptom
    of the larger issue and because its lack of functionality is what brings
    this up as an issue for us.

    It is activated on the two other networks, and in these cases, only shows
    the base site... none of the sub-sites.

    I hope this helps describe the issue better.

    Victor

  • vbond
    • WPMU DEV Initiate

    Here are two shots that may clarify this situation.

    On one network [A] the "My Sites" dropdown shows all sub-sites.

    On the other [B], only the root site displays.

    The latter, non-displaying, network [B] is within the server on which the root site is also the root site of the displaying network [A].

    But the non-displaying network [B] root site is NOT a sub-site in the "displaying" network [A].

    This status has a functional impact on my "Multi-Post" plugin [not yours], which displays fully for network A, but only partially [the root site] for network B.

    See additional screenshots...

    Thanks,

    Victor

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