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BuddyPress menu not working after upgrade to 1.6.4

  • Avatar of FiGu
    FiGu
    Participant

    @figu

    Hi,
    I have updated to version 1.6.4 and suddenly the BuddyPress menu in the member page. (Activity, Friends, Groups, Settings etc.)
    The menu items are there, but I cannot click them. I can however chose the same menu items from the Howdy, Username dropdown menu in the WP menu on top. If I change menu item/page by using the “Howdy, Xxxxxx”-menu, I can click on the sub menu items – and they all work fine, but the BP menu itself is not clickable…:-( Any ideas?

    This is not a personal site, but a clients site, so I really hope that someone has any suggestions for me…:-)

    Thanks,
    FiGu

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  • Avatar of @mercime
    @mercime
    Keymaster

    @mercime

    @figu What theme are you using? From which version of BP did you upgrade? Did you also upgrade to WP 3.5.1?

    Avatar of FiGu
    FiGu
    Participant

    @figu

    Hi @mercime! Im using Yoothemes’ AIR theme.
    I think I upgraded from BP v. 1.2.2, but not 100% sure.
    And yes, I did an upgrade of WP to 3.5.1 prior to the BP upgrade.

    This is the site: http://komut.no

    Thanks! FiGu

    Avatar of Hugo
    Hugo
    Moderator

    @hnla

    I would get used to using web developer tools such as firebug if building/supporting client sites.

     

    Why are you setting a new positioning context on item-body ‘relative’ is there a reason? never set the position property unless there is a very good reason. As you have not cleared your floats in the #object-nav group item-body is unaware of the element group, as you have set a new stacking context by setting ‘pos: relative’  you effectively   mask out the object nav.

    Either contain your floats for the object nav or lose the position on #item-body ( that could have consequences if child elements need that context  for offset positioning)

    This is really a third party theme issue and a CSS-P one rather than a BP issue.

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