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@mercime Thanks for the suggestion, but I don’t think it’s exactly what I’m looking for.
Is there something I could do with BP_DTHEME_CUSTOM_HEADER?
This code is hooking into: the_author and get_the_author_display_name
It looks like buddypress uses: bp_core_get_userlink
Anyone know how to use bp_core_get_userlink in the code above?
@mercime I am using a child theme of the bp-default theme, so it could be something I have done. I just can’t think of what I could of done that would be the cause. I am hosted through Hostgator on their baby plan and am using the most recent versions of both WP and Buddypress. Here is a link: http://shoutkey.com/windmill
@ Wp Master I wish I could hep you, but I do not know much about code.
There is this plugin, but I haven’t tried it yet:
@modemlooper any news on this? I just switched one of my groups from private to public and lost all of its content.
Anyone interested in making one? I could really use one.
I did find this one: Tagged User Notification It seems to be working so far.
@intimez Definitely a disappointment. Do you know of any plugins to accomplish this? I was unable to find any.
Or is anyone interested in a making a plugin for this?
@djpaul Do you know if there is any more news on this? Looks like the tracker was reopened about a year ago. It would be great to add notifications for @mentions in blog posts as well.
@nahummadrid Did you ever find an answer to this? I am also looking for this. And it seems like the BP notifications doesn’t pickup on @mentions in blog posts and comments.
Looking to do something similar, but I’m using the buddypress follow me plugin. I would like to display the “follow” button on my childsite’s sidebar.
Seems like I almost got everything back to normal. The only one I can’t seem to reset is the favorites tab.
Thank you! I was able to find them late last night. Just silly mistake on my part.
@mercime Thank you!
I went to domain.com/blogs/site-tracking and found the button there!
@mercime Maybe I am totally lost here, but I am guessing my blogs directory page is my main install page? I am running multisite and need my users to be able to create a blog after they register because my registration process is done through a different forum software.
I installed wordpress multisite into domain.com/blogs. I then installed buddypress and activated it. So, is my blog directory page domain.com/blogs? If so, I still do not see a button.
Thanks for the help.
@ubernaut Where I would I find this button? Is it a widget? I do not see any button anywhere on my page.
@Alexander Did you ever find the create blog link? I am running into the same situation as you. I need users to be able to create a blog after registration.
I did find a link in the dashboard under ” my sites” that says “create a new site” but the link is dead. It brings me to a “page not found”.
After poking around at the follow me plugin I was able to hardcode avatars and a follow button into my sidebar.
But, I cannot get the correct URL to “follow” or for the button to switch to “unfollow” once you are already following that member.
Any ideas on how to get these working?
I disabled `define( \’BP_ENABLE_MULTIBLOG\’, true );` and everything seems to be working now.
Thanks @valuser. The code seems to take me back to the main blog on the multisite, not the actual users blog, but I think this is close!
Wish I was ok with PHP so I could mess around with the code to see if I could get it to work.
Thanks Chouf1! I was using buddypress followers. I have now uninstalled it and installed buddypress follow me. I see there is a widget for users I am following, but I am looking for one that just displaying the avatar of the user and the “follow” button. This way you don’t have to go into the users profile to follow. It makes it simple and easy for someone to follow someone else.
Looks like I may need a custom widget?