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None for now @mercime, one of the main complaints I hear around WP and BP communities around here is related to the lack of Codex info. As you guys are addressing this issue now, when translated intro Portuguese, people will be able to understand it, use and extend it better.
Much of the things I know about Buddypress I learned reading the Codex, so for me it was pretty good for a beginner point of view. But maybe for a more advanced php/WP developer, it still lacks more information.
Any way, I’m glad you guys are working on this! I’ll keep track of the changes. =)
Great! We here in Brazil were going to update the BP pt_BR Codex. Now we will wait until is ready.
@tecca Thanks for the snippet. Worked great!
Do you know how I could take the nav bar of the admin bar when we hover at it? I disabled the admin bar in my website and created on Main menu an icon showing when the person is loggedin. As of now, I created the links myself by hand showing only the links I want them to go. I searched it around here and also on google but haven’t find a good solution.
Appreciate if you could help me find a way.
@modemlooper For those who doesn’t know which pages comes with ajax and which doesn’t, could you share it please?
@mgrmn Not it is not. This is the final chance of testing it for compactability with plugins and themes. So not on live site yet, at least it is not recommended.
I think he uses the WP Admin bar but it seems he styled it to look that way. Take a look at his code and tweak with it and you will see.
I’m working on a BP now and haven’t found a good solution yet. So I’m creating the same structure from scracth, just “copying” the idea.
Is it not creating the user or it is not sending the confirmation link?
I used this plugin http://wordpress.org/plugins/remove-dashboard-access-for-non-admins and it worked fine with me.
@codegene This article shows how. http://wordpress.org/support/topic/how-to-change-from-wp-loginphp-to-login?replies=4
@rogercoathup I have a question as you are successfully using the Buddypress plugin alongside Woocommerce.
I already have buddypress installed in my website and I’m gonna add the Woocommerce plugin. When a user is logged in or a user tries to register in the website, is it going to the Woocommerce table or the buddypres user table?
The ThemeKradt plugin (http://themekraft.com/shop/woocommerce-for-buddypress/) says they are “integrating” the user information, but as long as see, they are only taking some Woocommerce information and putting in the User profile navigation, not “mixing” tables. Or am I wrong?
@bphelp Agree, every project is different and maybe will need a different solution. Thanks for creating the plugin though.
@bphelp Yeah, I tested it before commenting… Two pages is very little… My recommendation is to change it to get private only buddypress related pages, like the Private Buddypress plugin does.
Either way, your plugin has great potential. Great work! =)
Good plugin, works like a charm.. But it would be good if we could set which pages to get private because as of now, it blocks the whole site from outside visitors except the home page.
@narayanan1 It is in the same place… Look deeper.
Good one man… Post here if you come with the solution.
The process changed a little bit with the new 1.7 version, but it will help you to set up the components..
@valour Have you tried deactivating some plugins to see if the problem disappears?
@lavishdhand Good to know! Thanks for sharing! =)
@jacopo22295 Really hard to understand your problem… Could you elaborate more? Try translating your question/problem with Google Translate…
It looks with the notification when we send a message to everyone…
When you click “close”, is it still appearing?
@jancbeck Maybe with a few coding that would be possible…