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maybe this will help?
it’s probably best to ask that question in the bbpress support forums.
the setting applies only to logged out users including regular visitors that are not registered.
meaning that admin bar will only show up for logged in users if you check the box if you do not the bar will show up for all visitors logged in or not.
by cropping the image locally before uploading it. i think you’re gonna have a lot of trouble with the other way given the fact that the code used for all image cropping is almost certainly a shared resource.
i think the best thing to do is to pre-crop as opposed to trying to recode the entire thumbnail system unless you want this to be universal behavior most users would expect the resize behavior since thats what almost every site does with avatars.
so removing that line of code reverts the entire theme to non responsive then?
What you are trying to do isn’t going to be easy (or advisable, in my opinion). It’s probably going to involve extracting an older version on bp default from a much older then current version of buddypress (and probably having to do a lot of modification) or something equally unpleasant. Making something which is designed as responsive unresponsive is a little bit like making a car out of spare parts from a plane (a lot more trouble then it’s typically worth).
Not trying to judge your motivations at all here but you may want to consider if you can live with a responsive theme as it has a lot of benefits if you can. Mobile device traffic share is growing everyday and i suspect it won’t be long before most web traffic is via mobile devices. In fact google has even issued statements to the fact that there a search benefits for using single responsive design as opposed to distinct layouts for different devices:
Obviously, i have no idea why you don’t like responsive so maybe that’s all irrelevant but i just thought you might want to consider that.
well there is http://codex.buddypress.org/ but it is a little more geared for development as opposed to usage the way the wpmudev.org one you referred to is.
i would defer to anything hugo tells you but i’m still wondering if you are getting any wp generated emails (for comments, wp registrations) if you are not then it would tend to indicate some thing is wrong with the way wp and/or your server is configured and not have anything to do with buddypress itself. just my 2 cents.
gotcha just wanted to make sure what you were asking about. sorry but i am not too good with the code myself.
is your question about coding your own theme? that doesn’t sound normal. both custom post type creation and commenting should show up in activity.
so i think you can already sort of do what you are trying to do with just the activity feeds i’m not sure if it requires jetpack or not but whenever someone makes an activity update with a youtube url in it the system should automatically embed the youtube video. i don’t think it works with vimeo though.
just wondering do you get any emails that wp generates or are the activation emails the only ones not being sent?
i am also seeing a discrepancy between front end activity time stamps and what is shown in wp admin. i think whats happening at least for us is that the wp admin area is showing gmt time regardless of the local time. example:
published – 13:54 local time (GMT-8)
front activity entry – 54 minutes ago
wp admin activity time stamp – 9:54 PM
current time – 14:48
current version of bbpress/buddypress/wp/multisite
@mercime i hadn’t actually thought of that before (doh!) but i just checked it again and no there wasn’t any change to the behavior of the button when i activated bp default. Also there was no corresponding line of code in reviewit. :/
You can visit and navigate public groups; you can’t access private groups without becoming a member.
oh yeah i forgot good suggestion with that invite anyone plugin.
isn’t that the same way private groups already behave?