Boone Gorges replied to the topic Search/Sort Feature Not Appearing On BuddyPress Member Group Pages in the forum Creating & Extending 3 months, 3 weeks ago
See how BuddyPress does this: https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org/browser/tags/2.0.1/bp-groups/bp-groups-template.php
I don’t know why BP does it this way (I would have to check the logs – it seems fishy) but in any case, this probably explains why you’re not seeing anything in your template. You should mimic what you see in that function.
Can you share more details about the problem?
– Can you see the groups in question in the Dashboard? Dashboard > Groups
– Are you logged in as an administrator or a normal user?
– Is the logged-in user a member of the groups in question?
– Can you see the groups when you go to example.com/members/yourmembername/groups?
> I can’t find any arguments for not including the WordPress profile in BuddyPress.
The arguments are:
– The fields at wp-admin/profile.php are hardcoded in WP. There’s no way we can ask WP which fields it provides in a programmatic way; we’d have to hardcode them as well. This is inelegant; it causes problems when other plugins add their own…[Read more]
@j-j Thanks for your patience working through the issues. As for the original question, I agree with @henrywright that 2.0.1 is a very good upgrade for sites like yours, because some of the queries have been refactored to be much, much more efficient.
As for your 502 errors, it’s very hard to diagnose something like this without access to various…[Read more]
The following are the various versions of BuddyPress, listed chronologically from the oldest to newest, along with the Change Log information on new features and improvements in each version.
N.B from version 1.5 […]
On May 2, 2014, BuddyPress 2.0.1 was released to the public. This is a maintenance update.
For Version 2.0.1, the database version (_bp_db_version in wp_options) was 8311, and the Trac revision was 8348.
@blankpoint Sorry for the troubles. The upgrade routine necessary for BP 2.0 is fairly large.
I’ll work in the upcoming weeks on improving it, but in the meantime, a few things to try:
1. Your memory limit issue is due to the fact that WP will not allow you to exceed 256M per pageload without explicitly saying you want to (regardless of your…[Read more]
@texrat – Sorry you’re still having trouble. Do you have access to your database? If so, you should check in
wp_usermetato see what your user ID’s value for
wp_capabilitiesis (if any). I’d also ask you to double- and triple-check that you’ve followed all the instructions in the plugin – it doesn’t give any visible feedback, and if you make a…[Read more]
@texrat – Thanks. It’s possible that other plugins would cause this sort of problem. You probably are running now, or have run in the past, the kind of plugin that would cause the behavior.
I’ve opened a bug ticket to discuss the bug and possible fixes: https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/5553#ticket
For anyone currently affected:
– By…[Read more]
I’m going to do some testing and open a bug ticket. I’ll also write a very small drop-in plugin that’ll regrant access to the dashboard. Stay tuned…
@lchief – You might be onto something. This is supposed to be part of the migration tool to the new setup system. Can you share the following info:
– Are you running WP Multisite?
– What is your current registration setting?
– Are you using any plugins (other than BP) that modify user registration in any way?
@lchief – Thanks for chiming in! So, just to be clear, you’re finding that (a) edit_posts users are unable to access the Dashboard, even though (b) their capabilities in wp_usermeta are correct?
Does anybody who’s experiencing the problem mind sharing a database dump with me, or giving me file-level access to their site (plus relevant WP login…[Read more]
OK, thanks, that’s helpful. It does sound sorta like you’ve been demoted from WP’s point of view. When you get a chance to access your database or filesystem, please look at wp_usermeta for the ‘wp_capabilities’ key corresponding to your user ID. It should have the word ‘administrator’ in it – but it sounds like it may not.
The translations should still work for strings that have remained the same. Of course, strings that have changed, or strings that are new in 2.0, will not be translated.
In any case, there’s no need to translate from scratch. A tool like Poedit will let you update your existing translations against a more current codebase, so you’ll only have to…[Read more]
> I have lost all other functions. I cannot add new items, edit posts, check Jetpack stats, etc. Dashboard link is there but generates error when clicked.
When you say that you cannot do these things, do you mean that (a) you don’t see the links in the toolbar, or (b) you can’t access the pages that they link to?
Very weird. More questions, off the top of my head:
– Logins are generally working correctly, right? Like, the toolbar shows you as logged in?
– Assuming yes, are you seeing the proper admin-related items in the toolbar when logged in? Eg, are you seeing the “+” dropdown for adding new posts, and the Edit Post button when looking at a post? If…[Read more]
Really peculiar. Anything can happen, of course, but I’d be very surprised if upgrading BP demoted your account somehow.
This is kind of a long shot, but have you tried clearing your cookies and trying again? I wonder if there is some sort of mismatch with your auth cookies (especially if SSL/HTTPS is involved).
Is your site a multisite…[Read more]
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