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@JustinCA: here’s the solution. I have had the same issue for a long time until I came accross this small plugin. However, I hope you are descent enough to understand that nobody here ” owes you help”. The same goes for anyone who thinks along those lines. If I had been here 3 months ago, possibly it would have helped, but I was possibly roaming the web elsewhere because we DO NOT live here, NOR do we work here!
@ketan khope: If you left buddypress already, coming to vent about it to buddypress users is pretty cheap man. Grow up and learn to appreciate others’ efforts. How many CMS or plugins have you put together? I bet 100% certainly that it can’t be much. Even if it is, it can’t be the size of buddypress/wordpress because you wouldn’t be on this forum thread. Would you?
Works like a charm for me!
WP 3.0 and Buddypress 1.3 in two steps:
1) Make sure upload_path option is set to wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files
2) in old .htaccess change
RewriteRule ^(.*/)?files/(.*) wp-content/blogs.php?file=$2 [L] TO
RewriteRule ^files/(.+) wp-includes/ms-files.php?file=$1 [L]
With a bit of a thorough search I got it $bp->displayed_user->id , of course having declared $bp as global
Hope it may help someone else.
Used at http://www.wprooms.com/
what are you trying to do specifically? Users being able to rate one another based on what and for what purpose? Try to explain a bit more.
I am having a small issue with the new theming structure (I read all documentation there’s. So please don’t refer me there)….
I want to carry out custom changes and so far so good. However, when I use <?php bloginfo(‘template_url’) ?> it takes files from the bp-sn-parent theme. But I want to store those info in the “custom_theme” I created.
How do I reference the custom theme say in the header?
I have had this issue three times and all the time the only thing that has worked is a new install. That is, wipe clean the wp-admin, wp-content and wp-includes and all files for Mu , rename existing ones to something like wp-admin_old (that’s what I do).
- Finish the WP MU installation/upgrade first. Make sure it does work before you go to the next step.
- Install buddypress plugin first and activate it
- Reupload the blogs.dir files to the wp-content from your backup manually.
This is guaranteed to work. So far, buddypress doesn’t seem to have any other magic solution to this issue.
thank you so much. The first one seems so easy and well documented!!!
but meanwhile, while I want to “test” how it looks before sharing it with the world should I be able to install it and check how it would be? That’s what I am trying to accomplish for the moment because there doesn’t seem to be an elaborate document on how to install language files for other languages in buddypress. AT LEAST I haven’t found any.
After that I will go on to another language (kirundi), . . .