2 months, 3 weeks ago
1 year, 10 months ago
Buddypress is a wordpress plugin, it is designed to be integrated with WordPress – it builds on its core features.
Firstly install WordPress (takes a few moments), add the Buddypress plugin and then work your pre-existing content in.
Because of feature updates, security, bug and reliability fixes it would be somewhat foolish to tear apart the plugin to use with your custom php.
Wouldn’t locking the whole community to unregistered users solve this? You leave profiles open and then just stop anonymous users from looking?
Within that plugin you can set it (without having to modify the plugin) to just to friends, private or public, this is done from within the plugin page within wordpress, this then allows the user to chose on the front end.
I might also suggest,
This plugin makes your whole install private to non logged in users, thus creating another layer of privacy.
I hope this helps somewhat.
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