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I moved the inline CSS into the pastebin link because it made this thread massively long.
Those two questions aren’t really relevant here. A quick Google search will suggest object caching solutions for WordPress:
http://wordpress.org/plugins/apc/ is one of them, if your web host is using APC. You’ll have to ask them to find this out.
Yes, the http://wordpress.org/ support forums for this plugin will be a better place.
If you’re not already using one, set up an object cache. It’s relatively simple and will be a big improvement for all WordPress things, not just BuddyPress.
Closing as topic was 12 months old prior to your reply.
BP has a very old bug where some activation keys didn’t work correctly. I have not looked into this for some months but, if I remember correctly, the issue was very hard for a developer to re-produce to be able to try to find out what the bug was.
Also, it’s possible that some site configurations might cause a problem. Does the activation link in the emails link to the correct site? Is the URL correct?
This isn’t really a BuddyPress specific problem. You’ve activated a plugin or theme that doesn’t work, and it’s causing these errors.
Reinstall WordPress, then BuddyPress. Use a default WordPress theme. Everything will be fine. Reactive plugins one-by-one until the error comes back. You’ve figured out what plugin(s) are misbehaving, so deactivate and delete them. Then try switching back to your theme, and seeing if it all still works.
Hint: from your logs, the “BP Group Extras” plugin is causing problems, so get rid of that.
BP Courseware hasn’t been updated in almost a year, and I’m pretty sure that the plugin’s developer isn’t working on the WP plugin any more. The error’s probably caused by some forum changes that happened in BP at least a year ago.
Last I looked, no, it isn’t possible and the code to manually implement such a feature wouldn’t scale very well. Disabling the Friends component in this instance is probably the smart thing to do, like @danbp suggests.
BuddyPress is compatible with any WordPress theme. So, yes, it will work.
You may need to spend time customising the CSS to make BuddyPress fit your site perfectly or make it appear how you want, but that’s unavoidable.
Probably it’s just in the spam folder. The activation email quite often seems to be marked as spam, unfortunately.
Mail server configuration can be tricky and I’d suggest you also contact your web host for support, as there may be other configuration changes that you or the host could make to improve the chances of the email being received correctly.
This doesn’t appear to be a problem related to BuddyPress. Please can you contact the theme author directly for support, or try on the WordPress.org forums? Thanks.
It’s unfair to say that we (the developers) are denying it. If we can recreate an issue, then it’s something we can fix. If we can’t recreate the issue but you can, it means we’re not testing in exactly the same way that you are, or that there’s something specific to your WordPress installation that’s affecting BuddyPress in some way. Clear, step-by-step instructions on how to recreate the bug help us track it down.
If you can update here or on that bbPress trac ticket, @petervandoorn, with those precise step-by-step instructions and as much detail as possible about your WordPress configuration, we can figure out a solution together.
You’re best to contact your host for support, and ask them if they can help with the memory.
Not aware of any BP-specific form plugins, but hopefully the majority of existing plugins will work — obviously the issue is how you want them integrated, which I guess is the issue you ran into.
We decided to shut down testbp, because it was only really getting used by spamers.
I think the biggest problem was that you did not tag your post as “request”. It says this below the text area, and also in the sidebar. I’ve posted http://make.wordpress.org/polyglots/2013/07/15/can-someone-look-at-http-make-wordpress-org/ to ask someone to take a look.
There’s not much we can do other than point you back to that Polyglots blog. For better or for worse, we don’t have any control over the translations process.
With the update to BP 1.7.3 is bp-custom.php no longer a valid way to make configuration settings changes?
It depends on the change. See http://codex.buddypress.org/developer/customizing/bp-custom-php/ for some more info. We haven’t changed how bp-custom.php is handled, so things should still work IF they used to work.
Where exactly is “anywhere else”? This function needs to be inside the Groups template loop, and group-header.php is always inside that. Other parts of your template may not be.
So to recreate this: I install CF7, make a basic form, and when I post with that form, it should use AJAX? And when BP is active, it POSTs the form instead of AJAX, etc?
Slow page loads could be caused by many things. I’d start by asking your web host for initial support, and if they have any observations on what exactly is slow.
Take a peek in your web server’s PHP error log, and tell us what the errors was. It should be fairly obvious if you read through the message where the problem was coming from.
Are you able to upload images through the WordPress media library?
Looks like http://www.woothemes.com/support/ or the wordpress.org forums are good starting points.