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@aeroroger77 WP/BP versions? What theme are you using? Image/Site URI?
@naturalworldstm what theme are you using? Change to Twenty Twelve theme or BP Default and the username shows up, correct?
Is there a way to migrate usernames so they dont have to log in to the forums seprately?
@thapharm logged in members of BuddyPress install do not have to log in again to post in forums. WP/BP versions? How did you set up your forums? http://codex.buddypress.org/user/setting-up-a-new-installation/installing-group-and-sitewide-forums/
will that be the one that is integrated in the future?
@famous scope of BP 1.8 https://bpdevel.wordpress.com/2013/04/25/buddypress-1-8-scope-and-timetable/ and group blogs are not in it
Know that the group blogs plugin I referred to above is the plugin of choice for Group Blogs for “Commons in a Box”, a project of Boone Gorges, one of our Lead Developers.
Looks like your status updates are working and that you were successful in activating BP 1.7.2 in your site.
@sbnuman first time I’ve seen this issue reported. Have you tried basic troubleshooting like changing to BP Default theme and deactivating other plugins except BP and bbPress?
@energynet BuddyPress is not activated in your site. Have you tried changing to Twenty Twelve theme and activating BuddyPress?
@bphelp have a great vacation. Thanks for helping out in the forums
Moved topic as requested.
To add code in Codex, you can either use
<pre><code> // code here </code></pre>
for something like http://codex.buddypress.org/developer/members-navigation-menus/
[sourcecode language=""css""] //code [/sourcecode]
@faheem123 Go to Settings > Permalinks and choose anything other than default permalinks.
@asnakea3 No trolling. If you need help, ask for it and we’ll try to help. As I mentioned in your topic, there are plenty of happy BuddyPress campers. Closing this topic.
Closing this topic. As noted above, the issue was with the hosting company. Feel free to start a new topic of your own.
@asnakea3 @bphelp a good example of BuddyPress working with a WordPress theme is http://testbp.org It’s using the upcoming Twenty Thirteen theme (availabe in WP 3.6 beta 3).
Other examples of BP-powered sites:
I do empathize with your frustration, but this is not the way to go about getting help with your installation issues.
@asnakea3 At this stage, I’d recommend deactivating all plugins except BuddyPress and changing to BP Default theme or the Twenty Twelve theme. Clear cache and check registration.
@somdefabrica by default, 20 members are shown per page in Members Directory page. Pagination will show up when you have more than 20 members per page. Same goes with Groups Directory page.
@acceptableice make sure you created a Forum for the Group Forums and made it a category see http://codex.buddypress.org/user/setting-up-a-new-installation/installing-group-and-sitewide-forums/
1.7.2 – Maintenance and Security Release http://buddypress.org/2013/05/buddypress-1-7-2/
Before looking around for other themes, change to Twenty Twelve, a responsive theme which has been tested quite thoroughly with BuddyPress 1.7+. If BuddyPress doesn’t work on Twenty Twelve in your installation, then I doubt BP will work on other WP themes in you server.
@dnbrawler Re: unable to see an options to attribute my Forums Page with the Buddypress Forums.
I was thinking of the old groups forums re BP Pages, disregard this, my bad.
The 3rd point you prescribed is what my settings are right now and what is causing the “redirecting” load problem.
Based on your original post above, you have /forum/ not /forums/ as your Archive Slugs->Forums base. What’s in your Settings > Forums > Single Slugs -> ___? If it’s the default /forum/ then there could be a conflict.
@andy_blanc can’t open the link you gave above.
I don’t see how BuddyPress templates can be conflicting with the responsive home layout when BP uses the regular Page template though.
@robertnorcross can’t guess what’s needed to override your theme’s styles. Do provide throw-away username and password to site so we can help you. Delete the account after the issue’s resolved.
Otherwise, you could download Firebug, a Firefox add-on to inspect elements and find resolution to style woes.