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wp in multisite/multi-user mode is for multiple blogs on the same installation, if that’s what you mean…
EDIT: darn it – beaten to it by moments….
It’s possible that the server isn’t sending any mail….
Some web hosting services need an extra plugin to send mail. I have successfully used: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-mail-smtp/ but there are others.
Examine it in Firefox Firebug (add on), internet explorer developer tools (built into v 8 & 9) or equivalent for other browswers, to find the right css to edit?
Have you tried:http://www.arnebrachhold.de/projects/wordpress-plugins/google-xml-sitemaps-generator/
I add the buddypress main ‘pages’ I need (forums only) in the settings. One can set the priority there as wel….
People have been complaining about the avatars here, which is why I went to gravatar as for me it’s the same avatar (this could also apply to your own installation)… I can’t explain why the post taking so long though…
stuff gets cached, and it’s not always cleared as quickly as one would like. I changed to this gravatar picture yesterday, but nothing changed so thought stuff had broken/failed, until i noticed the warning at gravatar.com about how long changes could take…. 10 or 15 minutes later it was the one I uploaded…
Well they say that patience is a virtue… unfortunately not one I share as the same sort of thing has happened to me several times this week…..
http://buddypress.org/community/groups/miscellaneous/forum/topic/how-can-i-change-the-text-visit-blog-to-somthing-other-like-visit-post-or-watch-news-in-buddypress-blogs-page#post-89386 is a technique for changing the odd word, but for more intensive changes it might be better to change the language file: http://codex.buddypress.org/extending-buddypress/customizing-labels-messages-and-urls/#poedit
For some language issues (slugs), the following might be useful: http://codex.buddypress.org/extending-buddypress/changing-internal-configuration-settings/
Yeah, I’ve had problems – see details of memory usage here: http://buddypress.org/community/groups/how-to-and-troubleshooting/forum/topic/rss-error-in-dashboard#post-88690
If you are on 1and1, then their newer packages may have more memory available….
You give far too little information to start with…..
It would be useful if you could provide at least some of the information suggested in http://buddypress.org/community/groups/how-to-and-troubleshooting/forum/topic/when-asking-for-support/#post-14652
Thanks for coming back with your solution…. I wish more people would…
By the looks of that site – you need to enable pretty permalinks which is required for buddypress….
To fix this problem, enter the WordPress admin panel > Settings > Pemalinks – set to any configuration other than the default configuration. The mod_rewrite must be enabled on your server for pretty permalinks to work
Are you on the ‘Dual Perfect’ but only with 30meg?
My only experience has been with 30 meg which often, these days, isn’t enough to run wordpress on with not too many plugins…. I would have thought 60 would be just about enough…. – but maybe someone with more experience in that area could answer….
They state in their uk faq (which i hope is now out of date) that none of the memory tricks will work…
What I would like to know is if this is also a problem with their new packages, not just with their old accounts….
1and1 is notorious for their memory issues – you need to talk to them.
I have had a problem with them in the UK but their new uk packages are supposed to come with 90 meg and this is supposed to apply to their older (equivalent) uk packages but tech support told me today that there is a glitch that they’re looking into.
It’s winding me up seeing that 1and1 appear to have increased the memory limit to 90 meg available (I can see it set – by them – within wordpress) but it isn’t working yet….
I don’t know if that applies to the spanish 1and1 though….
EDIT: I’ve just had a look at http://1and1.es and it’s their uk equivalent ‘dual’ hosting service i’m refering to