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Use a plugin Welcome Pack by Paul Gibbs and enable there emails editing. You will be able to edit all email that are sent to users.
Is there any ETA when it will be ready for testing?
It depends on user activity And the time user registered. TestBP.org is for testing, and developers do some cleaning there from time to time. Plus BP was updated from 1.0 to 1.6 there, and not always those updates were smooth.
On your site there will be “registered” record and all other activity items.
1) Which plugins have you activated recently?
2) Check your error.log if you have one. There will be a warning/error with description what’s wrong.
Yes, I meant exactly that. WP+BP (with a really low number of plugins without a network activated) will produce up 100 DB queries + up to 60 Mb php memory usage. And sometimes even more. Network activated plugins will make those figures even more. In case you have thousands of users… shared hosting will die, all the time.
I suggest at least VDS/VPS.
I’m definitely sure, that fields visibility should be taken into consideration.
So in your case – user should NOT be visible in a search results by logged out user.
1) Even some BuddyPress themes can do that – so, yes.
2) 2 plugins (one & two) for BuddyPress exists for this. Yes.
3) Achievements plugin by Paul Gibbs (BP core developer) and Cube Points. Yes.
4) Lots of WordPress-based solutions – nothing to do here for BP. Yes.
5) Via a plugin like BuddyPress Block Activity Stream Types or via easy to write code hacks in your template.
WP+BP might be your option if you can afford a good hosting.
Each user in the network can have different roles on different sites.
That mean on site1 he is editor, on site2 he is subscriber and so on. These roles are only taken into account in WordPress Toolbar – when visiting different sites with the (dis)ability to post on them.
BuddyPress itself currently ignores those roles.
As you can see there – no way. Try to hook into `bp_core_redirect()` OR write your own handler foe sending messages, with use of `messages_new_message()`
I think those users are spam. What usernames do they have?
I can’t replicate – works everywhere.
Try to embed using ``
About spam registrations – I have already answered here: http://buddypress.org/support/topic/thousands-of-spam-subscribers/#post-151777
I use this: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/stop-spammer-registrations-plugin/
And this: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/bp-registration-options/
The first one catches spam. The second – those that the 1st one overlooked.
From that time – no spam at all.
Take care of quotes, they were converted in a wrong way in the snippet above.
Open members/members-loop.php file in your theme.
Copy its code and paste into your page template file.
Find this string in that code:
`bp_has_members( bp_ajax_querystring( ‘members’ )`
Change it to smth like this:
`bp_has_members(array(‘search_terms’ => ‘virginia beach’))`
PS Open `/buddypress/bp-members/bp-members-template.php` file, line 264, to see all possible values that you can pass to a function.
Displayed user data is accessble only on profiles pages (like `example.com/members/slaffik`). On others it will be empty. Actualy it’s bad that it has empty keys data in it on other pages… But that’s the question to the BP core developers.
Try the function `bp_displayed_user_id()`.
You can also look at groups like events (in some cases). So all joined members are attendees. Although there are several events-based plugins for BuddyPress…
Will add one from BuddyPress Codex:
Perhaps the image is too small and it just scales… Try to upload the big image (in px) and crop it.
Currently – no such plugin and no built-in functionality.
But a good idea for a plugin
I could replicate that issue in case WP_DEBUG is set to true. Did some fixes for Custom Community theme. Soon will be deployed.
Use functions.php for this – not header.php.
Functions.php is loaded earlier than other theme files – but after plugins (like BP).
So if I clicked on an avatar in this thread – I would see no 40×40 px but (in a popup) 150×150 px (or other, configurable).
Am I right? If yes, I might add this to my BP Avatar Bubble (http://buddypress.org/community/groups/cd-bp-avatar-bubble/).