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Well my site is completely blank, I cant even reach the site to login and see the messed up dashboard or get forwarded to the hack site…so I don’t think that’s it.
Yeah, I’m starting to pull my hair out. Perhaps this can only be accomplished using mod rewrite?
Tried 1.0 as well now, just logs in and loads front page. I contacted Brajesh, hopefully he gets it working for 1.1.3.
Thanks r-a-y, unfortunately it looks like it won’t work, it redirect to domain/null and results in a 404. I’ll see if I can make it work, but it’s outdated for 1.1.3.
Does this work for 1.1.3? When users login I would like them to be sent directly to the activity stream in their profile.
So HTML and script objects will work fine with this method? Also, I don’t see how this will specify it to be underneath the random blogs listed on the blog directory in the right column.
I’ll give it a go, but I want to understand what I’m doing .
EDIT: Thank you for the directory structure for the components, if I can’t figure out your bp-custom method, I’ll be able to do it directly.
Thanks for the suggestion, however, I’m using a highly edited child theme which also required me to edit the bp-core files (yikes I know!). A lot of custom php work went into the site.
See it: http://www.fanspeak.com not sure if by taking a look anyone can suggest a way of doing the backwards compatibility Hempsworth mentioned. I’ll look into it.
Ah, I didn’t see the requirement for BP on the depository page, just that you needed WPMU 2.9… Oh well, it was definitely something I was interested in.
I’m using the latest version of WPMU and BP 1.1.3 and it doesn’t work. Is this only for BP 1.2?
I got all excited about this until I realized this was for 1.2 not 1.1.3
Nevermind we hacked the bp-core and did custom rewrites for everything. Each list item for the profile fields was set to a custom url. Fun stuff!
You can see it in action @ http://www.fanspeak.com and go to a members profile and click on any non NCAA sports team, it will load to a custom team page with RSS feeds and stats.
I would love this as well, I have 1.1.3 myself. I wish I could upgrade to the latest, but my site is so heavily customized over a years worth of dev time on it, I can’t upgrade again since it’s gone live.
Hmm, it looks like it’s been moved to:
If you want to add custom content below all the UI elements of the embers page below the avatar, then just add it at the very bottom of the code, below
<?php do_action( 'bp_after_profile_menu' ); /* Deprecated -> */ bp_custom_profile_sidebar_boxes(); ?>
Hope this helps others out
I think it’s because the members/home templates have been merged in 1.1.3? Anyways, would greatly appreciate any help.
Hmm that didn’t work either. I’ll have to see what’s going on…
Thanks again for the help!
Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays
I tried creating my own custom page, but for some reason it was always blank (I must not be doing it right somewhere).
I’ll give your php include suggestion a try .
WPMU 2.8.6 / BP 1.1.3
Installed domain/wpmu as directory
yes functioning all
no modifying core files, etc
blah blah blah :p
I would rather have full control over the data, and not have a third party site involved at all. I will instead wait patiently for Manoj’s plug-in to be updated.
However, as of now, I can’t even use it, as upon activation and going to the Album link, it gives me a 404 error and tells me to put a widget in the column It was working before I reinstalled MU/BP, so no idea why it’s not anymore.
Thanks so much for the great work. It works wonderfully so far.
However, I am having a display problem, please see this screenshot.
The bullet points overlap the image and for some reason I have 3 bullets when there should only be 2. I did as you said and removed everything from the Logged in Links section. Is there a way to customize this a bit more? I’d like to go in and add shortcuts to a users mail, groups etc.
Sure, I can wait . Thanks Brajesh, you’re a life saver
I’m interested in this fix as well, but don’t quite understand how to put together bp_get_loggedin_user_link() and is_user_logged_in() to make a link to the members profile page.
I’m using the sidebar login widget and when you click profile on the sidebar once logged in, it goes to the WP profile page on the backend, not the buddypress profile.
Is there a way to use your above method to patch this somehow? I figured this was how it was supposed to be but I did something wrong? Thanks