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I found the P2 Theme works really well with BuddyPress, it took a lot of editing to fix up the member pages, but all in all , it was pretty easy project.
I am using P2 across my entire site here at http://talksounders.com
Update 2: Well, I got somewhere. Buddypress appears to be working. The weird part is that I can’t deactivate it. When I click deactivate it says “Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.” How weird is that?
I am going to run with it for now. Theme is going to need a lot of work… the fonts appear to have grown for some reason. must be a problem with my custom CSS
UPDATE: I attempted to delete all my plugins (mu and normal) from my site. Once they were all deleted, I reinstalled buddypress and then reactivated all of my plugins and yet still I receive the same fatal error.
Is this a problem with 2.8.2?
I have figured out the correct way to display the logged in user id.
<a href="<?php global $bp; echo bp_core_get_userurl($bp->loggedin_user->id); ?>activity/my-friends">Your Friends Activity</a>
we should be using
Have you tried this? http://buddypress.org/forums/topic.php?id=2445
It worked for me
Yeah I had the same error message until I did the steps I described above. I am assuming the fix did not work for you?
I have found a fix for the problem. To fix this issue, navigate to your BuddyPress Settings page and under the option “Select theme to use for BuddyPress generated pages:” select the skelton theme and save the settings.
Now return and select the default theme and click Save Settings. It should work now.
For some reason it was not finding the theme originally but after the switch it found the theme right away.
I am having this same problem while upgrading from beta2 to 1.0. My home theme and the default home theme work fine, but the member theme still says it is missing.
I have deleted the old directories and moved /wp-content/plugins/buddypress/bp-themes/ to /wp-content/bp-themes/
so my result is mysite.com/wp-content/bp-themes/bpmember/
According to the instructions that is all that is needed. I am also seeing BP_MEMBERS_SLUG in the member theme. This one is puzzling me
FusedNetwork, not the cheapest, but the best.
They set up everything I needed for WordPress MU, on request, very quickly. At the time I didn’t know what I would need to request from them besides setting up the wildcard masks, but luckily, they knew exactly what was needed.
Excellent, that worked perfectly. I thought that I had tried that before, but obviously, if I did, I failed miserably.
I should be able to find the rest that I need to change from that example. Thanks for the help(again) Burt.
Awesome that was the problem. I must have created that dir a while back and completely forgot about it.
That makes perfect sense that apache would look in that directory.
Thanks for the help burtadsit!
I am on fused network and they definitely support wildcards. They are a bit pricey, starting at $9.95 a month, but are worth every penny. They truly guarantee 99% uptime.
In the last 6 months they have been flawless with only one month going below 99% uptime and when that did happen they offered a 1 month credit to all customers that were effected. I declined the offer on the grounds that there policy is almost unfair for them! I will gladly pay $10 month just too know that they truly follow their guarantees.
As far as tech support goes, they are the best I have found as well. I have submitted 5 tickets so far and everyone was answered right away. Plus none of those tickets was a problem on their end. It was usually me asking for domain setups up or adding wildcard mask for example.
Highly recommended (and I am not even part of their affiliate network!)
The word on the wire is that this is a unresolved issue at this point. Andy has posted here stating that if anybody can find a solution he would be more then happy to add the fix to the newest release.
I live in Seattle so I thought it would be just easier to head over to Bill’s house and ask him why it doesn’t work in his browser. If I get past the dogs I’ll report back.