When an administrator of a site (NOT THE SUPER-ADMIN) decides to remove a user from there site I want them to be able to reassign any posts of the soon to be removed user to another user if they wish. Similar to how this is done in a NON-Multisite wordpress environment
The screen should have a radio input "Reassign Posts To Other User" which on selection enables a users dropdown to select the reassigned user
NOTE: This is for a wordpress multi-site environment
I would prefer that the wordpress "[url removed, login to view]" core file not be altered and that a solution could be found with some custom code e.g. plugin etc
Some clarification points:
In a multisite situation an administrator of a particular site cannot completetly delete a user, instead they can only remove a user from their site.
In the core "users.php" when you remove a user from the blog it uses the function "remove_user_from_blog()" instead of "wp_delete_user()" as would happen in a non-multisite situation.
The function "remove_user_from_blog()" does allow an argument to include a reassigned user but unfortunately in "users.php" there is no option to allow an administrator to reassign users as it does in a non-multisite environment.
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