Multisite blogs, can detect manually subcategories but not through registration

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    Hi developers and support!

    I’m building a multisite where I’m gonna use the Ajax Search Pro to search throughout the MultiSite I’m working on.

    As you may know people have the possibility to register on a wordpress site, where they will fill their credentials and also have the alternative to create a subdirectory/subdomain, which will be setup automatically under the domain the registered on.

    Problem with the searchform when I try as a admin to insert blog where a user has created a subdirectory(in this case) through the registration form isn’t visible to me in the MultiSite Options as Avaliable blogs.
    Subdirectories are only visible when I as a Admin create them manually in the Super Admin Panel. There after I can see them as an available blog.

    As you can see here I have a multiple subdirectories in my Super Admin: (it’s in swedish).
    And I can only see the ones I created manually:

    If this isn’t clear enough, please let me know 🙂

    Regards Silverbackmedia

    Ernest Marcinko
    Ernest Marcinko


    The search uses a custom function to list the available multisite instances. As I looked through the source code, it only list public, non-spam, non-archived blogs. I believe that the user created blogs might have a different flag for public(?) status.

    Anyways I have changed the search plugin code a bit so blogs with different statuses will show up. You should see every multisite blog now properly.

    Ernest Marcinko

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