Forum Replies Created
I would check the number of queries and speed that your pages pull on average for each pageload. Here’s a link showing a similar method we followed. http://lastblogger.com/archives/339
I just got back from 40 days in Thailand… highly recommend it.
Try disabling the Events plugin and then seeing if your groups are working right again.
Also, what version of BP and WP do you have?
To create a new group just visit the groups page (e.g. mywebsite.com/groups) and then click the “Create a Group” button at the top.
@dnmedia If it’s happening in your activity stream also then it sounds like you may not have the correct timezone selected in Dashboard >> Settings >> General.
It might be related to your theme and it’s functions.php file or incompatibilities. Try using the BuddyPress Default theme and creating some new users with that, then let us know what happens.
Sorry, but no plugin like that has ever been created.
We use RackSpaceCloud which can be pricy, but they’re geared towards dramatic scalability. http://www.rackspacecloud.com/
Here’s a starter: http://buddypress.org/community/groups/buddypress-mobile/
And I assume you’re using the BuddyPress Default theme?
First of all I would change it back to the “full name” field until you figure this out.
What versions of WordPress and BuddyPress are you using?
Not quite, but here’s how to do it: http://buddydev.com/buddypress/creating-the-sitewide-globalunified-search-page-for-your-buddypress-theme/
I’m sure that it can be done. This isn’t exactly what you’re looking for, but if you read the code it might prove helpful: http://wpmu.org/monitor-your-site-in-stealth-mode-as-a-buddypress-ninja/
Did you enable multisite in WordPress?
I was actually under the impression that WordPress 3.0.1 stopped working with Dreamweaver CS5. Have you verified that this is a BuddyPress-specific problem?