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In order to get this working, I had to reinstall WordPress entirely. This worries me, as I cannot do this every time there is an issue like this on my site. I still do not know what was wrong. I hope this issue, what ever it was, gets fixed in the future.
After doing everything above, and then reinstalling BuddyPress and correctly setting it up (I made sure to follow the BuddyPress tutorials), I am still able to access every link on the site EXCEPT the the Profile > Edit link on the user page for the current, logged in user.
@mercime Thank you for your response. I have already tried to re-upload BuddyPress once before, but I will do so again for good measure. My worry is that every time I face a problem with this plugin, the first recommendation is to re-install it manually. This is not going to be very helpful when I actually start using it and have a lot of content associated with it.
@afjsystem & @mercime For reference, and because I may not be doing something correctly, this is how I have fully and manually uninstalled the plugin:
1. I deactivated the BuddyPress Default theme
2. I deactivated the BuddyPress Plugin
3. I deleted the BuddyPress Plugin (again, the only plugin I had installed)
4. Using mySQL (through Terminal), I deleted all tables associated with BuddyPress within my WordPress database on my server
Please let me know if I am doing something incorrectly.
I will let you know what happens when I reinstall in a bit, but I have to run to a meeting at the moment.
I am having a similar issue.
I am using WordPress version 3.5.1, and BuddyPress version 1.6.4. I have no other plugins installed. Both the WordPress and BuddyPress installs are clean and brand new. I am also using the default BuddyPress theme, though I did set up a child theme which contains only a style.css file.
Every link on the site works EXCEPT the the Profile > Edit link on the user page for the current, logged in user. When this link is clicked, I am taken to a page that says: “Page not found; We’re sorry, but we can’t find the page that you’re looking for. Perhaps searching will help.” The url in the address bar for this 404 page is “http://mysite.com/members/user1/profile/edit/group/1/,” and I am not sure if this is correct.
The BuddyPress setting ‘members’ page slug was saved correctly. I am not sure what other steps to take. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!