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$bp_groups_str = implode(“,”, $bp_groups);
$bp_blogs_str = implode(“,”, $bp_blogs);
Does it work for you when you change the double quotes “,” to single quotes ‘,’ ?
Tried that and didn’t see any errors. The sign-up doesn’t work on my install though. I’m running my BP from a subblog and with changed slugs. Slugs are all hardcoded in this plugin. Think that may be the reason I can’t get any further than a ‘sure you want to do this’-message after signing a new user up.
Well done. Like it!
Did notice a missing % in the editable strings. Seems minor..
I thought about your question: pomo or changeable in the admin-section.
I think most people able to run BP and dependant plugins will at least understand something of English. So they’ll understand the plugin-admin in English.
I did a bit of translating using pomo’s before. It’s not really user friendly. So just being able to quickly change/translate all strings from the backend would be fine for me. Think it might just be the most user friendly option.
Having said that: I’ll translate the plugin to Dutch. No problem.
@hempsworth Great work so far!
Any thoughts on translations or custom messages? So members can ‘love’ or ‘dig’ something instead of ‘like’ it. May be best done through the back-end.
As soon as custom messages are possible, I’ll definitly start using this.
Well, I solved this by putting bp on a subblog that can only be visited by registered users. That’s one way of doing it. Thing is though, that all info can be seen if you know the exact address of the page you want to visit
@jehi: does your pligin cover this?
Well. I’ve just ran into the blog-problem too.
I noticed that, since upgrading to BP 1.2, I cannot create new blogs. Just tested it. With BP activated blogs are only partially created. The wp_options remain empty.
With BP deactivated I can create blogs. But then they are not being registered by BP. I’ll test later today with groups. Gotta go bake some cakes for my sons 2nd birthday now.
Just logged in as one of my troubled users.
He sees My Blogs (1) in the BP-theme. But when he clicks it, there’s no blog. There’s no blog in the my blogs section in the buddybar either.
It’s strange. Most of my users don’t have this problem. Just two of them who work on the same blog.
My users don’t see their blogs. Not in WPMU under My Blogs, not in the buddybar, not in buddypress under blogs.
If they directly visit the URL/wp-admin, the back-end is there. The blog is set to public (just double checked that).
My problem seems similar to the problem in http://buddypress.org/forums/topic/nothing-appearing-under-my-blogs