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Don’t know about benny148148, but I am using RC-1 with NO code changes.
Hey benny148148, followed you here from the “other” forum;)
Here’s the thread I was referencing earlier regarding this same issue on my install (all default)… http://buddypress.org/forums/topic.php?id=1315
However, at the end of the day, there is no solution. One of the BP gurus here, Burt Adsit, was helping me troubleshoot and referenced a possible fix, but didn’t know if it was to be put in trac as a bug fix. I’ve messaged him through my BP install, but haven’t heard back.
I checked trac and didn’t see any reference to this issue. Hopefully other will chime in with a fix.
MBP is a social community meant for those of us who wear artificial body parts, and those that love us. If you own a body part that’s made of acrylic, steel, plastic, or any other man-made material, you’ll probably want to have a look around. You can learn more about why MyBodyPart.org exists here. MBP is completely free. Why not sign up for a profile and start connecting with others who have had, or are having similar experiences?
(still needs branding and theme changes, oh, and also users, so why not sign up and help me create this community?
I couldn’t agree more with donnacha. I would rather see patience and success, than instant gratification and failure. (not that it would ever fail of course:)
Not trying to derail this thread, but didn’t know how else to get your attention. I signed up for your site and haven’t received an activation email. Just wanted to give you a heads up in case something was awry…
This is what I see with Firebug when clicking on “Add As Friend”:
nonce is undefined
Hey Burt…hope you don’t mind I’m calling you Burt…
First, the relevant answers:
memory_limit – 16m
register_globals – OFF
I’ve got some entries from the error log from today, can I email those to you instead of posting here?
I’m not quite sure how to get the the Apache error log.
Oh, and are you familiar with Grand Haven? I just moved away from there;)
I have updated all my theme files, anyone care to sign up and let me add you as a friend?
I think I’m in the same boat here, but a tad different. When I send a request, it changes to “friend requested”, but when the friend clicks the “accept friend request” from the email, he is presented with the screenshot below.
I upgraded to 1.0 RC-1 when it became available and just added a user as a friend. Upon him replying to the request (accepting my friend request), was presented with the “are you sure you want to do this” message and that’s where things stopped. Here is a screenshot.
I will make sure all theme files are updated per Andy’s suggestion and see if that makes a difference in my case.
Great! I’ll have a look at site-wide-sample.css!
oooh oooh, Mr. Kotter!…
I didn’t realize the blog avatars weren’t able to be changed until I read this thread. I’m still developing the site and learning BP.
This would not only be a welcome functionality for blog owners to be able to “brand” their sites better, but would allow site admins to have better looking blog directories, plain and simple.
Now, with that said, and I’m not quite sure how this would fit into BP because I don’t currently have this plugin running on my install, but there is a “premium” plugin for WPMU available for blog avatars, named accordingly, “Avatars”. You can find it here:
So, does this need to be an official feature request?
p.s. If you don’t get the reference of the first line of this thread, see here http://i102.photobucket.com/albums/m90/awolski/Horshack.jpg and here http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0072582/usercomments
I may be late to the party on this thread, but thanks for the simple non-core hacking solution!
Is there any chance that a simple plugin like this could be used for replacing the “Social Network” image as well?
Hmmm…that does sound strange. Sorry I couldn’t be more help. I’m not completely in the same boat as I don’t have BBPress installed.
Anyone else know where he can start troubleshooting?
Ahhhh…sigh of relief. Thanks for the quick and easy fix!
If you don’t want to use widgets, I believe you can find what you’re looking for here… http://codex.buddypress.org/developer-docs/action-reference/
…but you should be using widgets as it’s much easier to make changes in the future instead of keeping track of hard coded function calls in your theme;)
speaking from previous wpmu experience
Is this similar to a standard function of WP? “Display name as…”
I think you’re current setup should work for what you need to do. You may need to add a couple plugins though.
You said these were the trouble items…
site.com > WPRemix theme.
user.site.com > BuddyPress Home theme – but no widgets setup (I thought that that should have gone to either the user’s profile or the user’s blog?).
My set up is similar.
site.com > Using main BP theme
user.site.com > Using a default theme I specified using a plugin called “New Blog Defaults” that allows me to set the default theme for any blog that’s created.
Now, the difference might be that my version of user.site.com is actually a user blog address, not just a user name. Does the user your trying access have a blog domain as well? Or just a user (profile) name?
If it’s just a profile name, then the url would be http://site.com/members/membername/
It would make complete sense from a user and BP Admin perspective, but does it make sense for the code in BP?
I would love to see this implemented.
I couldn’t find any existing plugin…obviously;)
DJPaul, is it cool if I test your plugin?
There has to be an MU plugin already put together for this somewhere no? I am looking now…
@burtadsit and kapil.bp,
I was searching for an answer of adding (or subtracting) main nav buttons, and came across this post. Very helpful and led me right to an interim answer. So, thank you.
However, if a hard code nav changes into bp-core-templatetags.php, then I would be sorry when upgrading if I wasn’t paying attention. So, this prompts my next question, is there no dynamic way to add (or hide) nav buttons? Of course there’s always a way, but one that exists?
Maybe this could be accomplished by adding a nav options section to the BuddyPress home theme? Or a BuddyPress-specific nav plugin?
Are you using a separate theme for your main blog? If so, I learned that you have to move two files from the buddypress-home theme folder into the same directory as the theme you’re using. I have no idea if this is related to your issue though…
Move these two files:
Hope that helps?
I have installed and been testing this login plugin, and it’s working great so far…even allows me to configure login and logout redirects, among other things.