Forum Replies Created
Labs is meant to be experiments. Sometimes, experiments go wrong because no-one’s looking after them
There’s autosuggest in core for the recipient name box on the private message screen, but nowhere else AFAIK.
@hnla Is that updated for the “final” version in 1.8? So many changes in that ticket
BuddyPress redirects away from this page on purpose. It shouldn’t redirect to the home page, however.
In wp-admin, in Settings > BuddyPress, on the “Pages” tab, what page have you got the “Register” component mapped to?
I’ve recently moved a site from WP Engine to Dreamhost’s new “DreamPress” service, and so far so good.
You can probably set up a CNAME on your DNS to do this — best idea is to ask your host for assistance with this.
Unfortunately BuddyPress’ activity stream is pretty much a “write once, never update” thing right now.
Activity component doesn’t support anonymous comments or behaviour; it wasn’t built with that in mind. Per Juan’s suggestion above, you could create a fake user account and write code to assign comments to that user, but… sounds hacky
It looks like it *should* work. Where did you get the .pot file from?
If you’ve found a case where theme compatibility breaks stuff, please submit a bug report onto https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org
Nice. If you figure out a problem plugin, let us know or create a trac ticket on https://bbPress.trac.WordPress.org
Are you using multisite and if so did you activate bbPress network wide?
Not sure. Suggest looking on bbpress.org forums in case anyone else has posted similar.
Accounts on BuddyPress.org are linked to the WordPress.org database, and it’s not possible to delete these accounts. Best we can do is recommend you edit what details you can in your profile to something random, and just never log in again.
For white screens of death, we always need to see the error message inside the PHP Error log. You might need to contact your host’s support and ask them to do this for you. Let us know what it says!
No, but I haven’t reached out to the author, either. Maybe you could
Generally, use whatever size images you want. Any slowdown is unlikely to be caused by images.
For more advice or help investigating why you feel your site’s performance is slow, pop over to the WordPress.org forums as this isn’t a BuddyPress-specific question. Thanks!
Cool ideas. Activity favourites (and favouriting/liking of BP content) is something that needs an overhaul, so you never know
https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/2741 has some background
You can just add the CSS you want to your theme’s style.css. Should be as easy as that!
HTTP 500 errors means a problem occurred on the server.
Contact your host, and ask them to tell you what the errors are listed inside the server’s PHP error log. Once you have that, tell us what it says.
@jamiethecomic The log in box was never a widget. It was part of the theme. Which is why there’s not a log in widget in 1.7
This topic originally came in to me via email, and the request was “how to include the password in the email”. Which is a bad bad idea.
In terms of email customisation, short of hardcoding some PHP filters yourself, you might be stuck for a ready solution at the moment. I think Welcome Pack is broken.
From memory, if you have a multisite with many blogs, it’ll go through each one populate the activity table. I haven’t time to go through all the code at the moment to see what else might be happening.