Thank you for the reply.
The users are automatically added to the site by bbPress. Since you are using BuddyBoss platform, I will suggest contacting them and asking how to prevent it(In normal bbPress, there is an option under settings->Forums to turn it off).
Only after that any redirect code will work. Please let me know once you are done with it and I will assist with the redirect.
I will ask them but I’m not sure if they will be as responsive as you’ve been.
I’m just wondering – if they don’t reply to me, could I pay for troubleshooting for you to look at the code? (https://buddydev.com/buddypress-troubleshooting-support/)
I suspect you’d be the next-best person to take a look after BuddyBoss themselves.
Actually, I don’t think we even have to wait to see if BuddyBoss will help me out. They don’t provide any support for the plugin (which is free), only their theme, which I’m not using.
Could you please advise further re troubleshooting request. As you’ve already logged in to have a look, you may have an idea of what is entailed?
I had a look again and it seems they have removed the settings for this while keeping the auto add to site on.
I can disable it using code(only a couple of lines), I will update the bp-custom.php and get back to you in 30 mins to 1 hour.
If I am able to solve it and you opt for the Troubleshooting( 1 issue), It will be appreciated.
If it’s too complicated to redirect non-members to the no-login page, we can just drop the redirection. The main issue is just to stop network members from logging into subsites where they are not members.
So that would mean that if they can’t log in (because they are not members of the subsite, even if they are members on other sites in the network), then the login page simply wouldn’t let them in and they would stay looking at it after a failed attempt.
Please let me know if that works. I have members using this subsite (I’ve put a message up to say we are troubleshooting today) so it would be good to know soon.
It is not difficult. I actually made it this way.
Before I modify it, Please help me understand this:-
1. Do we allow logged out users to access the sub site(do not apply restrictions) and only apply restrictions if a user is logged in and not member of the current site?
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