Skip to:
Content
Pages
Categories
Search
Top
Bottom

BuddyPress Theme Development by Tammie Lister

Published on November 7th, 2013 by Tammie

I’m pleased to announce the release of my book ‘BuddyPress Theme Development‘ published by Packt. This book serves as a guide (with practical tutorials) on how to make the most out of BuddyPress with custom templates and styles. It gives insight into the current state of BuddyPress theme creation and gently leads readers through creating […]

An online community for educators built with BuddyPress

Published on January 30th, 2013 by Boone Gorges

This post is by Jay Collier of The Compass LLC. Jay has been a consultant to the Maine Department of Education for the past 2 years, during which time, he proposed, built, and is continuously improving MaineLearning.net, a professional collaboration community and learning resource directory for Maine educators. MaineLearning.net is built on WordPress and BuddyPress, […]

Re-Thinking College Admissions With BuddyPress

Published on December 17th, 2012 by Paul Gibbs

This post was written by James Davidson, a member of the BuddyPress community and Digital Strategy VP at 7Summits Agency in Milwaukee, WI. In the spring of 2011, Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) approached 7Summits for some assistance with the University’s social media efforts. Like most of introductory meetings, we didn’t know what to expect; […]

Announcing “Status”, a Community-Developed Theme for BP 1.6

Published on August 14th, 2012 by Boone Gorges

When we were beginning development on BuddyPress 1.6, we had the idea of building a new child theme for BuddyPress Default – something that would show off some of BP’s coolest features by highlighting a single of BP’s several components. The BuddyPress core team put out a call for community contributors to take the lead […]

BuddyPress at Newham Bridge Primary, UK

Published on May 1st, 2012 by Paul Gibbs

This post was written by Adam Heward, a member of the BuddyPress community and ICT Manager at Newham Bridge Primary School. Facebook is an endemic problem for UK schools. Issues from outside of the classroom are being brought into school as a result of Facebook interactions and schools are powerless to do anything about it. I found out […]