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I don’t know your setup, but I think your WordPress has automatic background updates enabled and when you tried to enter it, WordPress needed to update the database. I’m just guessing here, but it seems like it.
I think you are looking for a answer not related to BuddyPress.
Agree with @henrywright above, there are many things you could do besides what you are already doing. I should say that although your result shows that the BP plugin is causing it, and I’m not saying it is not, you should improve the performance of your website in other areas as well.
Could you share the not updated plugin that you mentioned?
@jerrysc You should check out the Codex. Over there, there is a awesome article about how to create a custom template for BP. You’ll find the information you need. =)
@amckinnell Do that at your own risk!
Have you tried changing the username in the database?
Look, I’m gonna use my example. I used this code below:
<div class="user right"> <h3>Seja bem-vindo(a) <strong><?php echo bp_core_get_userlink( bp_loggedin_user_id(), $no_anchor = true, $just_link = false ); ?></strong></h3> <div class="right"><a href="<?php echo bp_core_get_userlink( bp_loggedin_user_id(), $no_anchor = false, $just_link = true ); ?>" title="<?php echo bp_core_get_userlink( bp_loggedin_user_id(), $no_anchor = true, $just_link = true ); ?>">Perfil</a> | <a href="<?php echo wp_logout_url( home_url() ); ?>" title="Sair">Sair</a></div> </div>
To accomplish this effect. http://prntscr.com/2wppwy You can use as example, but is is not so different from the one form the Codex. You just need to choose the place where you need the user information on.
Great, my suggestions would be bringing the bp pages to your templates and changing only the needed there. Actually I’m not that sure if it is necessary, I’m only guessing considering what you talked above.
Either way, give it a try!
Sorry man, but could you please provide more information about your setup? Just telling me what the problem is will not help me help you.
You can edit the code on the BuddyPress pages and change it to the left. Clearly only some of the BP pages have the Menu on top, you change in those pages and you’ll be good.
You can take the code from the link that I provided above, the place where you’re gonna put it is up to you. =)
I see. One idea could be separating the users from different url:
When a person is paying, just change it to another website and they will be able to post privately. Apart from that, I can’t think of any other way.
I might be wrong here but I think they are not the same menu. One is related to the BP pages and the other one is related to the pages in WordPress. I would check that first thing.
1st – This is not a BuddyPress related question, so in the future, I’d be mindful of what you post here.
2nd – The pic link is not working, how can you expect us to help you without understanding your problem?
3rd – You can solve this problem with this plugin, http://wordpress.org/plugins/user-role-editor/, you will need to give “contributors the needed capability to upload images, something that as far as I’m concerned they don’t have by default.
Good luck! =)
A look at the Codex don’t hurt. Check out this article, http://codex.buddypress.org/developer/function-examples/bp_core_get_userlink/, I’v used it recently to accomplish whay you’re trying to do.
Hope it helps! =)
What do you mean by two activities pages? What are you trying to accomplish with that?
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.