Nothing as far as I know, the installations are identical.
There’s nothing in mu-plugins that relates to BuddyPress and bp-custom.php is not present.
This is a new install on a live server with a standard version of WordPress (3.9.1), not WordPress multisite.
Thanks for the reply @mercime.
I have reinstalled BuddyPress but this made no difference. On closer inspection buddypress.js is only not loaded on the Activity page, it is loaded on all other pages (Groups, Members etc.). This issue occurs on any theme I use.
Theme: Twenty Fourteen
Plugins: None installed
buddypress.js is not being loaded on the site so things like the activity comment box loading within the page is not working. I have other sites with BP installed and they all load buddypress.js without issue. I’ve deleted and reinstalled BuddyPress but…[Read more]
Thanks for a response. I’m not fiddling around with the templates, nor am I trying to adjust the text labels. I’m using a custom theme so naturally BuddyPress is using the theme’s own page.php template. The “Create A Group” button displays just fine on the “Groups” page, but when I actually go to the “Create A Group” page the button is switched.
On the create a group page the “Groups Directory” button just says “Groups” and is loaded before the “Create a Group” text. The source code looks like this:
<a class="button" href="http://demo.ghostpool.com/multidev/groups/">Groups</a>
Create a Group
If I switch back to the default BuddyPress…[Read more]
I’ve now discovered the issue, which could be considered a BuddyPress bug. My left sidebar is loaded before the page content and if the sidebar contains BuddyPress widgets the buttons do not appear. If I remove the BuddyPress widgets or move them to the right sidebar which is loaded after the page content the buttons display.
I already have the following in my custom BP functions file:
if(bp_is_active('activity') && bp_activity_do_mentions())
The private message, add friend and public message buttons have disappeared from the user profile pages once I upgraded to BuddyPress v1.8 on my custom theme designed to work with BuddyPress.
I’ve compared the code in my BP functions.php with the default BP theme’s functions.php and cannot see anything that is omitted. I’ve updated…[Read more]
Excellent. That pointed me in the right direction. I modified it slightly so it compares versions with the “beta” in version number also.
if((version_compare(BP_VERSION, '1.7*') == -1))
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