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as yukiko reported, I have the same error (BP:1.6, WP:3.4.2, WAMP 2.1, PHP:5.3.5, MP-Media: Bp_Media_Nightly_Build-2012-08-22).
What I can see is the only plugin administration pages (which produces errors when clicked on [save Changes] buttons). and nothing else. I looked into the database. it successfully created the required tables.
It will be nice for us if we able to test this Great plugin. One way could be a release of Alpha/Beta version. You can disable all the incomplete parts as ‘TODO’ comments in that working Alpha/Beta release. It will increase the number of testers and bug finders, hope it helps in development progress.
It may be caused by one of the plugins you have installed. remove all the cache. if still does not work then move all the plugins except the buddypress to a backup folder and try bringing back one plugin after another.
In another post of yours, you said that you have such a problem with the profile tab also.
It seems that your theme is lacking some required buddypress components or some are not working.
copy all the required components from the “plugins/buddypress/bp-themes/bp-default/” to your current theme.
if the problem is only with the profile settings tab, then copy the profile.php and profile folder from the location:
to the following location:
This will correct the problem
Actually many of the BP-plugins are not “passed” with the latest version of BP 1.5.
I actually dont know why but its true that if you have such “failed” or “bad” plugins installed (even though not activated), they simply cause a blank page or page-not-found.
It happened to me the same blank page when i had BP-ajax-chat with the latest BP 1.5
The best solution is to MOVE out all the BP-plugins (except the BuddyPress) to some backup folder from the plugin folder and test with all the BP-plugins one after one.
Yes all the settings in the page revert back to the previous state.
i am running a multisite
BP_ROOT_BLOG ??? where should i check for it
You are editing the wrong file.
If you have buddypress and buddypress template pack and still the buddypress files are shown but not with your theme layout, then do the following steps:
go to your theme location: wp-content/themes/ yourtheme
do you find there the following files & folders
activities, blogs, forum, members, groups, registration
in each of them, you will find either home.php or index.php in particular.
these file will have the code like
………..’this is the code segment you need to replace’
if you find any extra code in between this two lines, save them in a notepad. After doing the following steps, bring those extra codes ‘if any’, back in this segment after replacement.
you need to replace this code segment with that of your theme,
now open wp-content/themes/ yourtheme / index.php
and copy the code segment
div id=”content” class=” …………………………………………………….
Paste this code segment to the area where mentioned above.