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Did you find what the problem was in the child theme? I am having the EXACT same issue, with the ghost 1969 group creation and everything. In group creation, everything seems to work just fine until the upload avatar page, where the form doesn’t show up.
The only files I have customized are the header and footer templates, and they should have all the important WordPress/Buddypress snippets necessary. Is there something in particular I should be looking for?
I am looking for how to do this also. If there are consecutive blog posts in the feed it gets way too long. It seems like you could just add a filter to trim the excerpt, but I can’t find where to add this. Could anyone point us in the right direction?
ah, brilliant. Can’t believe I missed that one. Thanks John!
Thanks Andy, that works great for my extra template files. Maybe I am missing something, but if I want to print the child template directory url for, say an image:
<img src="<?php bloginfo('template_directory'); ?>/images/upgrade-cta.png" />Uses the parent theme directory.
What should I use to replace
<?php bloginfo('template_directory'); ?>with?
Well that didn’t work, but I just upgraded to the 1.1 release, and that fixed the problem. That was timely! Thanks for all your incredible work, can’t wait to dig in to the new features.
I made all the necessary url changes in the database, and the rest of the site works fine. Also, the problem with the blank profile page for the members directory was happening BEFORE I moved it too.
I guess I will try dropping all the BP tables and reinstalling Buddypress, maybe I will get lucky… I’ve got my fingers crossed!
I moved the installation so that it no longer has WordPress installed at the root, http://projects.gregeland.com/badmintonlife/ and it STILL shows a blank profile at http://projects.gregeland.com/badmintonlife/members
Is there ANYTHING in the database that could cause this problem?? This is really starting to baffle me.
Alright, to clarify:
- I have all plugins disabled except Buddypress, including bp-custom.php
- I have deleted any MU plugins
- I have the themes that come with buddypress enabled
I indeed have Buddypress down to the way it comes out of the box. I have even deleted all the Buddypress files, and uploaded Buddypress again from a fresh download
Unfortunately, I am not sure about errors on the server’s log files, I don’t have access to that at the moment.
But the way I see it, I have it narrowed down to two possibilities:
- It is because I have wordpress (not MU) installed at the root http://gregeland.com/ and Buddypress installed at http://gregeland.com/projects/badmintonlife/
- There is some value in the database that I cannot find that is causing this
I am leaning towards #1, but I can’t think of any real reason why it would behave like that.
hmm, it wasn’t resolved last time I looked… oh well, ill do that, thanks
I have tried a fresh upload of BP files, and used default themes, disabled all plugins, deleted bp-custom.php, added users, and nothing seems to fix it. Also, when I try to visit the members page, Buddypress seems to think it is on the “home” page (the home link gets “active” class added)
The strange thing is, when I try to search for users, it shows the directory page properly, but only then. Also, if I try the “visit random member” button it ALWAYS shows the blank user that is shows when I just go to the members directory page.
It isn’t a plugin, or theme file, could it possibly be something in the database? I couldn’t find anything.
I am using the BP 1.03 and WPMU 2.8.4a
How’d you get yours to work Matt?