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I think it’s an odd caching problem. I wouldn’t worry too much.
Er. I’m not sure this is a valid WordPress setup?
How exactly does BuddyPress not work with this at the moment? Does everything else work fine, including blog permalinks?
This might be related to a theme or another plugin you are running, but your production server shouldn’t be showing PHP Warnings. Your webhost can probably help you stop those showing up.
Closing this topic. @trainingforamarathon, please open a new topic for new questions; this one has been untouched for about a year and a half
You can’t put PHP into a text widget. You need to edit one of the template files in your theme add it in. You’ll need to figure out which template contains the part of the theme that you want to add this link next to
@trishan1000 — you’d need to put that into a PHP template file in your theme, wherever you need it.
I’m going to close this topic as it’s about 4 months old and it’s best to create a new topic if you have a new question. Thank you.
I don’t know the solution to the question, but I saw your code — don’t call
flush_rules()on every page load. It will seriously slow down your site. You don’t need it at all, since you’re adding the same rule on every page load. (You can go to wp-admin > Settings > Permalinks which will force WP to clear the rewrite rules cache).
No. Assuming you’re referring to https://wordpress.org/plugins/bp-album/, it looks like a dead plugin — it hasn’t been updated since December 2012.
It looks like you might be using PHP4. WordPress requires PHP5, so ask your host to switch you to the latest version of PHP5 they have available and ask them to remove the open_basedir restrictions.
Have you tried debugging? How far into the loop do you get?
Henry asked: “Can you try deactivating all plugins aside from BP to see if the problem persists?”
If you are unable or don’t want to turn of all other plugins, you could look into setting up a clone of the site or a local development environment to make it easier to debug in the future.
We need a list of your theme and all your plugins — while I hope this isn’t a core bug, a common cause of weird behaviour is a badly-written plugin or theme code interfering with the correct behaviour, which is why we need to know more about what you’ve got on your site.
This is a good question. I took a look at the code. As far as I can tell, you can safely use this column as a “when did the user join the group” value for most cases. It’s set when:
* A user joins a group
* A user accepts or declines an invite to join a group
* When a user creates a group
Promoting/demoting a user to moderator/administrator/regular member doesn’t change the value.
Note that this column isn’t indexed. This is only a consideration if for whatever reason you need to write your own SQL queries, which you shouldn’t need to. If you can’t find a core function that gets the data you need, it would be great if you can let me know here or on https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org/ and we can add one.
There is not a built in way to disable the cropping part, no. Interested to find out why you seem to want to allow avatar uploads but not let people size them?
Now fixed in trunk for BP 2.0. Thanks for the report and the fix, @glyndavidson
Yep, likewise. Not sure when we’re going to close the survey — maybe the end of the month, but we should have some preliminary data available to help plan BuddyPress 2.0 at next week’s dev chat.
Please report this as a bug on buddypress.trac.wordpress.org. Thanks.
Bug reports for BuddyPress.org itself should also be reported on buddypress.trac.wordpress.org, please.
I like this idea. It would make a fab plugin if someone can package it up well.
I’m not sure BP core needs a timezone field by default, but if we can do anything to make filtering/re-calculating the dates easier (e.g. add a filter, or so), don’t hesitate to ask! Create an enhancement request on https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org and I’ll get it into BP 2.0
Going to close this topic as you’ve found a solution over at WordPress.org.