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I contacted my web host and they increased the memory limit to my public_html folder to 64mb. Now the forums run properly. In case anyone else has this problem, it seems worth contacting your host.
I find the same problem when I create a fresh installation on the same server. I also have this problem in another wordpress installation on the same server. There was a recent migration of files across to different servers. Is buddypress dependent on particular operating systems?
Does anyone know what you do with Sergey’s php file?
I’ve had a few false positives recently from sign-ups. When I classify them as not a spammer, their profile doesn’t appear on the members page. Does anyone know what happens then? Do they then get a confirmation email?
I would love to have a filter so I could see all the users who were identified as spam. Then I could check out the false positives more systematically. Does anyone know a plug-in that can do that?
There seems to be something wrong with the custom header process with the buddypress theme. I set up images with 1250 × 125 pixel dimensions, but they are then cropped and expanded, so part of the image is missing and the resolution is lowered. Most frustrating. Has anyone found this?
I think I’ve fixed this by only putting a comma between user names, with no space.
I’d be willing to pay a small price, but need to have confidence that it works well. For some reason, the widget doesn’t show up on my sidebar. When I place it there, the widget fills with code, so something obviously is going wrong. I wonder if this is a common experience. It’s happened on two sites.
I now see that the WP installation combines authors and subscribers (Buddypress). So new subscribers can be added to this list from the dashboard. Thanks me.
I’ll keep this inquiry here in case someone else finds themselves in this quandry.