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Great – I’ll look into both mercime!
Yeah you probably shouldn’t visit the URL – its a live staging site and always changing. I only placed it above per forum etiquette. If you need examples of actual code or the actual php files themselves I can certainly provide.
(UPDATE: I’ve told the dev team to temporarily hault any activity so you should be able to see the fully rendered site at that URL and specifically note the pages aren’t changing).
When I switch to the original BP theme everything DOES work. But just to note, I don’t have the option of using that theme – it has to be my own custom theme.
Hey Roger – as I said above I used the BP Template Pack and followed their instructions exactly – so my file structure would mimic their setup. The theme is my own (hence the reason I used the BP Template Pack Plugin) and placed the “activity” “blogs” “members” “groups” and “forums” folders inside my theme root. When I try to edit any of the files the template pack designates (see below) nothing is updated on the site:
Hey mercime – cleared cache across the board with no result. And my bp template files are in the main theme’s root, per the instructions on the bp template pack plugin.
You can check out an example here: http://s338450341.onlinehome.us/members/taylor/activity/
I have an index.php file (in the activity folder) that has totally different styles yet this old code is still showing up.
I just answered my own question. For anyone else who experiences this, make sure you have checkmarked “Anyone can register” in WordPress > Settings > General.
The Supporter plugin only protects access to themes and plugins once you’re a registered user. I think what we’re all after is a means to turn BuddyPress into a PAID platform – where you have to pay to create a profile or see anyone elses.
Anyone have any luck with this so far?