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Hmm, I’m a bit confused.
So I have to change all instances of http in all of my files to https?
Even if avatars are forced to https why would http be an issue?
Paul, did you find a fix or do I have to wait for another version to come out?
Ideally I’d like to have the whole site forced https since I have a private ssl. So, WP+BP in all https if possible.
I did a fresh install of WP and just installed BP, so I doubt it’s an image issue. Is there a way to go totally https?
I also went to Settings > General and changed WordPress Address (URL) to have an https rather than http. Anytime I click BP parts of the site it goes back to regular http.
Thank you. I’ll look into this. If I don’t know how this can be done, I have a developer in mind.
@davidtcarson I thought this theme was for use with 1.5?? If so, I don’t know why it isn’t working on my 1.5 b2 install.
Please clarify… is your theme for use with BuddyPress 1.9.2, 1.5 b2, or this trunk version you just shared? Do you have a link to current/detailed install directions? Thanks.
Yes, I’ve enabled a menu, downloaded the zip from github, cleared my cache, crossed my fingers… but the theme continues to appear broken. Is anyone else having this issue?
@intermike I downloaded and re-activated the theme but no luck.
Has anyone had luck with Buddysteam? I can never seem to get it to work. Or Facebook is being stubborn.
Ahh, thank you @mercime. If I disable Secure Invites, will the registration process return to normal?
Thanks, @crazycoolcam it looks like it’s working. Thank you for your help.
I was able to modify
for now. Excellent theme. It’s good to know it can be modified without a lot of hassle.
This may be a temporary option for your site: http://buddypress.org/community/groups/registered-users-only-2/
I’m not sure how to specifically limit widgets for those who are logged in.
I’m interested in having two profile pages… one regular, and one that has less, similar to a business card.
However, another option would be to add a line of code that asserts that if a user proceeds in creating an account, they agree to your Ts and Cs. Find `registration/register.php` and add text to line 198. Surround your Ts and Cs url with a link for users to view it before proceeding. That way any members on your site will have read/agreed to them.