Hello, I have given up on ProSite features, all I want to do now with M2 is allow members the ability to create their own site.
They can have full access to all plugins and themes, I just need to know how to set the blog creation role to an access level as well as limit the number of blogs which can be created per user or role?
Is this something M2 can do still as I know it could be achieved with Membership Pro before Membership 2 pro
This is starting to become an issue. Is there some way we can duplicate what prosite does with membership 2?
It's been so long now we can't switch back to the legacy themes as most of them display errors we need a fix or a work around.
Hello, here is my VPS server specs:
OS: CentOS 6.4
Software Installers: Softaculous
Database: Unlimited MySQL
e-mail: Horde, SquirrelMail, RoundCube
Courtesy Backups: Free
Bandwidth: Free, Unmetered
Included IP Addresses: 2
CPUs: 2 x 2GHz
Network Port Speed: 100Mbps
This costs me $99 per month
If I can find a server which is similar and has SSD for the same price I will be happy to change over. I have been recommended to use Digital Ocean I am currently using Global Virtual Opportunities (GVO).
They are a good host at the moment but when I was having the server monitored by a third party they said the iowait was high and the processor seems to be waiting for the HDD.
He also recommended I change host :-(
Hello, I can't keep changing hosts every time I have an issue. I changed hosts two weeks ago due to slow response time.
Also this would never become an issue to me if I wasn't a member of WPMUdev it's only upfront.
Upgrading servers and changing hosts isnt' a solution to the problem.
I changed my theme back to one which doesn't use upfront and the load time was 1.6 secs
I have also noticed that a 49.6kb file found in the upfront dependencies directory takes my server 4.9 seconds to respond but a 2.5Mb file in the uploads directory takes my serve 3ms to respond.
It seems to only struggle where Upfront is involved, also I have already upgraded my hosting, it's a VPS 2 x core, 4GB RAM .