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I think I am OK, based on the nature of this site, and the digest format that will be the recommended/default on the spam thing.
That’s a good suggestion. But definitely pushing my php skills. I thought I could piggyback on the email notification plugin and avoid having to duplicate the wheel on the member query/email but it wasn’t working.
Probably due to the images not being associated with the group, even though I added the content type.
An easier workaround (if it is possible) would be to hardcode the image upload as associated (maybe not the right term) with this particular group. Then, the email notification plugin would be triggered. Is it possible to do that do you think?
that did work. thanks!
i have a question about captions. currently i have the “force to use captions” option disabled as i would like for users to be able to choose to use them or not.
however, there now appears to be no ability to include a caption. is there a way to make captions optional?
also, is there a way to include captions, or date stamps, or userID in the sitewide gallery?
So, does this work for a response? I wasn’t sure what you meant…..
As mentioned before, I thought that I could put a gallery in simply by using the “name of BP Album+ slug” function. But nothing happens.
I then tried messing around with putting code in a template based on this page: http://code.google.com/p/buddypress-media/wiki/UsingTheFeaturedContentLoop
But my lack of understanding of how to code with WordPress is apparent as it did not work….
Is there any more documentation/tutorials or anything I can use to help me put a sitewide gallery into a page? Would certainly appreciate it as I need this functionality and I like the plugin.
Thanks in advance
When I select “hide main menu” nothing appears to happen, and, none of my WP links are added to the bp-adminbar either.
It seems pretty straightforward, but it just doesn’t seem to be working. Any ideas?
I am using Custom Community 1.8.1theme by Themekraft on BP Version 1.2.9 on WordPress 3.2.1.