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The requested URL /members/username/profile/edit/ was not found on this server.
The Directories look light, this is all the wizard asked to set pages up for:
I have tried that plugin and had no luck with it working. If a png is too difficult, I would be happy with the circle and number if you have any suggestions.
To be more clear, I want to show the number in a transparent .png
The second I made the mistake of trying to activate Network with BP Template installed, I cannot use BP Template again – tried multiple uninstalls and deactivations/reactivations. Just going to restore site from yesterday.
One of your themes is installed on the main site; I want to use a different theme on a multi-site.
Just confirmed that it is a bp-template pack issue. How do you recommend I integrate buddypress with other wp themes then?
went ahead and emptied the database and deleted
Fyi, I finally figured out an easy solution. Use WPMU Ultimate Branding plugin. Go to Text Change and make local or network wide text change.
The problem with changing the name blogs in Appearance>Menus is that it is a Buddypress dropdown — under the title ‘Community’ with ‘Activity’, ‘Members’, ‘Groups’, & ‘Blogs’ underneath it.
The Buddypress drop down does not show in Appearance>Menus.
Ok, decided to download poedit and create a .po and .mo file, then uploaded to root/wp-content/languages/…
The .po file automatically created a .mo file upon close, but the file size of the .mo is only 565 compared to 156,145 for the .po file – makes me think I did not generate correctly.
Also, changed ‘blogs’ to ‘network’ in root/wp-content/themes/yourthemename/blogs/index.php on line 14 –
It looks like a lot of the language changes are there but the menu title is still the same – ‘Blogs’
The ‘blogs’ page does not show in menus or pages because it is a buddypress page. I looked at the link and it is unclear to me what you are referencing. The window opens on line 21 but I am not certain what you are pointing at.
I checked it out, and it looks problematic for me. Especially having to update the .pot file every time buddypress updates. Any other suggestions that might be a little easier?
I already have a bp-custom.php in my plugins directory
Try setting your browser to not accept third-party cookies — it could be something like doubleclick. Many people consider McAfee & Norton to be nagware and problems in and of themselves.
Signup and login errors fixed.
No idea what possible harmful content there could be. I just ran a Vaultpress security scan which looks for dangerous files and codes and everything came back clean. I also run 2 anti-spam plugins – Akismet and Anti-Splog from WPMU. In addition, I personally scan members activity posts to see if something slips through and I don’t see anything to be concerned about. The only content is the radio channel scripts and 2 autoblog feeds from Elephant Journal and Huffington Post. There is Google Analytics code but that is pretty standard.
If you could run the Mcafee scan again and give me something more specific, I would appreciate it but I really don’t believe there is any harmful content on this site. I make every effort to prevent it.