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I’m a complete novice at Buddypress and I have spent a long time on these forums and the codex pages trying to figure out if this is possible…
(excuse me if this has been repeated elsewhere – please point me in the right direction if it has)
I’m trying to create a buddypress network for 2 different types of users (volunteers and hosts), each with their own different xprofile fields. I would only like the volunteers to view and contact the hosts and the hosts to view and contact the volunteers.
I understand there is a great plugin to help part way with this ( buddypress user account type pro).
This plugin can display different user types (in a filtered member’s directory) in a menu but It cannot hide the volunteer’s member’s directory from a logged-in volunteer and vice versa for the host.
Does anyone have any other ideas or plugins that may be able to help? Is it possible to set up two different buddypress networks on two different installations / multi-network but be able to view each other’s profiles and message each other once logged in?
I have very limited knowledge of php. So if it’s a case of changing something here, please can someone point me in the right direction.
Thank you for your help.
I have almost everything ready, but now I am stuck at the most important part.
The /members and /members/user and /group and /group/name-group must be hiding for the guests.
I have it done for the other pages with:
- Wishlist plugin
- Member Access
If I set it like all the other pages it still will show the member list content.
Is there something that I can block it for the guests?
i’m using Buddypress as an alumni where the username is the person’s ID number. The problem is that i don’t want ANYONE but the administrator to see someone’s ID (username).
Is there a way to hide this information from members? The username is showing on the profile pages (i managed to remove it from the display, but it stays at the permalink).
I thought about adding a field to the users form called “id number” but the problem is that i want to register everyone upfront with their ID’s so they don’t have to register, just login with their ID and password, which means the username would have to be the id number…
Any suggestions would be much appreciated!
I love buddypress. I love it so much that i want to take it behind my school and make it pregnant. But i have an issue now.
I want to find a way which I can hide the groups, activity and members list page from all non members by redirecting them to another page.
I used to use member-access for all my other sites but this time, I cant seem to get that plugin to work with buddypress. It just does not work at all.
Can someone help me in laymans terms find a solution to this?
PS: I have other pages on this site that I do not want to hide from non members. I have also tried that restrict pages plugin and that does not work either.
I’m trying to do that… redirect /member/username/ to /member/username/profile/ or member/username/groups/
I’ve just hide the activity nav item but username in all pages links to this activity url… I have to redirect this username to /username/profile/ or another URL
I’m using a buddypress-default chid theme and working only on my own functions.php
thanks in advance!
Redirects are leading to a blank page (header and sidebar’s are there but the actual activity is not displayed)
During an email notification of an activity, the link provided in the email is:
When you click the link it goes to
When it gets to this page the page is blank, it will have the header and sidebar and content space, but nothing appears in the content space.
An example of this is as follows:
The email gives this link:
The site redirects you to:
And the activity entry does not show at all
Is there a way to have the link redirect to just the activity page or how is this handled in the core
We have tried to update the .htaccess but the redirect is actually pretty ugly.
This is similar to the following posts (opened over a year ago, so I am just referencing them, since I am not sure if it was ever resolved)
1. Which version of WordPress are you running? Version 3.5.2
2. Did you install WordPress as a directory or subdomain install?
It is installed on the following path from the web root:
3. If a directory install, is it in root or in a subdirectory?
It is in a subdirectory:
4. Did you upgrade from a previous version of WordPress? If so, from which version?
5. Was WordPress functioning properly before installing/upgrading BuddyPress (BP)? e.g. permalinks, creating a new post, commenting.
6. Which version of BP are you running?
7. Did you upgraded from a previous version of BP? If so, from which version?
8. Do you have any plugins other than BuddyPress installed and activated? If so, which ones?
AddThis Follow Widget
AddThis Social Bookmarking Widget
BP Activity Autoloader
BP Friends Suggestions Widget
BP Group Organizer
BP Members With Uploaded Avatars Widget
BP Resume Page
BuddyPress AddThis LS
BuddyPress Live Notification
BuddyPress login redirect
Buddypress Sitewide activity widget
BuddyPress Template Pack
Clean up wp_head
Clobber spam users
Community Activity On profile
Contact Form 7
Disqus Comment System
DRP WordPress User Management
DZS Video Gallery
Export Users to CSV
Facebook Friends Inviter
Facebook Like Activity Stream For BuddyPress
Google Analytics for WordPress
Jetpack by WordPress.com
JW Player 6 Plugin for WordPress
Manual Control for Jetpack
Prevent Password Reset
PunchTab for WordPress
Really Simple CAPTCHA
SSH SFTP Updater Support
TS Widget Pack
Use Google Libraries
Video SEO for WordPress SEO by Yoast
Viper’s Video Quicktags
White Label CMS
Widgetize pages Light
WP Hide Dashboard
WPMU DEV Dashboard
WP Status Notifier
9. Are you using the standard BuddyPress themes or customized themes?
Customized theme wpzoom’s magazinium with buddypress template pack installed
10. Have you modified the core files in any way?
11. Do you have any custom functions in bp-custom.php?
12. If running bbPress, which version? Or did your BuddyPress install come with a copy of bbPress built-in?
13. Please provide a list of any errors in your server’s log files.
None that I can see in relation to this, no 404′s etc
14. Which company provides your hosting?
15. Is your server running Windows, or if Linux; Apache, nginx or something else?
Theme: my own custom theme
note: *i didnt use bp-default theme/child theme, from what i understand this is not needed for this version of buddypress (am i right?)
This might be a very noob question but i’m stuck with this for two days already. T_T Its my first time to install BuddyPress.
I just want to change the location of the login | register in the admin bar.
I’m planning to move it to the header and hide the admin bar to logged out users.
and came up with this:`<?php if ( !is_user_logged_in() ) : ?>
<h4><?php echo bp_core_get_userlink( bp_loggedin_user_id() ); ?></h4>
<a class=”button logout” href=”<?php echo wp_logout_url( wp_guess_url() ); ?>”><?php _e( 'Log Out' ); ?></a>
<?php else : ?>
<a href=”<?php echo get_site_url(); ?>/wp-login.php”>Login</a>
<a href=”<?php echo get_site_url(); ?>/registration”>Register</a>
<?php endif; ?>`
But even when the user is logged out, it still says log out and isnt clickable.
Thank you very much in advance!
I get this message every time I save a group on the admin page at e.g.:
Even though there are admins in the group, I get this error message. Also, I have “ghost” members on the group pages. It shows there are 38 members for example when there are only 34. I have hide admins set to false on the group pages.
I’m running BP1.7
Did anyone find a way to hav User Acces Manager working with Buddypress ?
I’m looking for a way to hide/show certain parts of my site to specifics groups.
UAM doed that perfectly.
But, with the BudyPress page (Members, Groups, Forum, etc…) even if UAM hide them in the menu for non-granted user, they can acces to the page directly by the URL…
On a normal page/post, a non-granted user who is trying to acces a page (private by UAM) directly by the URL, will be redirect to the home page (depending on the option of UAM of course).
Juste the BudyPress’s pages are causing problems
Any idea ?
I’m trying to do a few things and having difficulty putting together plugins that will accomplish them.
I’d like to hide everything from non-members except for Registration and Login functions. Registration is a page, but Login doesn’t seem to be? I can lock down the site pretty good, but no plugins that restrict people to the login screen will also allow them to see the Registration page. So, if they are not registers users, they have no way to join.
Is there a way to display Registration and Login together on one actual page that will:
Be my “home” page…
Be the only page available to logged-out members…
Be the target of redirection for anyone that tries to get to other pages directly via URL…
Thank you all,
WordPress version 3.5.1