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    Kyle H
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    @cikez

    Nevermind. I seemed to have fix the issue for now. I disabled BuddyPress and re-enabled it and it seemed to have created the tables for the subdomains.

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    Kyle H
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    @cikez

    This has been resolved. The issue was there was a space in the folder name of the theme but BuddyPress was looking for the custom css file WITHOUT the spaces. To resolve this I just renamed the theme folder to not have spaces in it.

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    Kyle H
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    @cikez

    Ok, thanks for your help.

    Anyone else able to help with this? Has anyone tried using BuddyPress with Artisteer 4 themes? I would really appreciate the help. Thanks again.

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    Kyle H
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    @cikez

    @bphelp Yes the current structure is /mytheme/css/buddypress.css.

    Any other ideas? I’d really like to get this working.

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    Kyle H
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    @cikez

    @hnla

    I am using an Artisteer theme. I am not sure what other information you need. I am moving the buddypress.css file to a folder /css/ in my themes directory. If i do not move it over everything looks ok, but as soon as I move buddypress.css over it seems to remove all styling from the default BP install.

    Thanks.

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