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Can't Access some Posts after deactivating Buddypress

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    faeronsayn
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    @faeronsayn

    After I de-activate Buddypress. Some posts automatically stop working. I have no clue as to why those specific posts stop loading while the others perform as normal. I went ahead and re-enabled buddypress while disabling all of it’s addons like Extending Profiles and such. The posts seem to work when I have buddypress enabled while having all of it’s additional features disabled. Right when I de-activate buddypress, the posts stop working.

    Any ideas would be really helpful.

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    danbpfr
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    @chouf1

    hi @faeronsayn,

    are you on a single or MS install ?

    What theme do you use when BP is deactivated ?

    Avatar of faeronsayn
    faeronsayn
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    @faeronsayn

    I am on single. I am using Salutations for when it is activated and when it is deactivated.

    @chouf1

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    danbpfr
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    @chouf1

    Working on Salutation is a mess… and a bit complicated to use.

    I suggest you to test your blog with the twenty eleven theme to see if your posts are coming correctly.

    After that you have to test with the default layout of salutation.
    Normally, BP has nothing to do with posts. It’s WP stuff only.
    If posts are not visible it’s probably due to the theme, which is buggy.
    Put wpdebug on true in wp-config (sit at the end of the file) to understand what i mean. ;-)

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    faeronsayn
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    @faeronsayn

    Forgot to keep track of my own code. I was using a couple of buddypress functions in the theme. It worked fine on Twenty Eleven, so I had to re check my custom code and found out that I was using those functions. Removed them, and it’s working fine now. :)

    Thanks for the help.

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