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it just occurred to me that it would be far better to add this statement to a filter that you give priority to for “bp_gravatar_url”. Then you’re not changing the buddypress_custom_posts plugin code and it is more elegant.
In order to preserve the users’ ability to upload custom event avatars (featured image) but substitute my own image (in this case mystery man) I added the following line in tags.php about line 173 just before we filter the avatar:
// Filter gravatar vars
$gravatar = apply_filters( ‘bp_gravatar_url’, $host ) . md5( strtolower( $email ) ) . ‘?d=’ . $default_grav . ‘&s=’ . $grav_size;
You could substitute your own image path. But it seems to work in getting rid of the wavatars. Kinda klutzy but does the job.
Thanks all for you good suggestions. Modemlooper – you are so right to suggest I deactivate Wanguard when testing out a new login page…what was I thinking ???!!!
First, thanks for a really cool plugin, Stas. I installed in a clean, brand new install with only buddypress, and scholarpress plugins activated.
Also unable to create an assignment. I see a page but no content under the subnav menu bar.
So my vote is to issue an up date fixing this, or at least tell us where to patch the plugin code to fix it.
I’m getting scam posts to me directly. Is there a way to ban these guys? Report them to someone?
I updated Eventpress on several of my sites and it keeps telling me I need to update:
“You have version 0.1.2.7 installed. Update to 0.1.2.8.”
Sure enough I look in eventpress.php and it says version 0.1.2.7
So either the WordPress update process is not properly updating (across 3 servers with different hosting companies) or it IS updating but the updated version is incorrectly saying it is 1.2.7.
Just curious as this is no big deal.