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Components from old version still intact, how to delete it?

  • Avatar of banata
    banata
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    @banata

    Hello, I just upgrade to latest BP 1.7 from 1.6
    I notice, that some of old component still intact after I convert it
    for example in BP setting under the page , I still have Discussion forums component and search page component, how to delete it?
    Im using bbpress for BP 1.6 (using automatically install under BP setting), and after upgrade to 1.7 , I assume, I need to install bbpress separately, is it correct? If it is indeed true, how to delete the old bbpress? right now I just install bbpress 2.x and now have 2 forum installed.

    regards,

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  • Avatar of @modemlooper
    @modemlooper
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    @modemlooper

    Avatar of banata
    banata
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    @banata

    ahhhh, thanx, I miss that page

    btw, on this article

    4) Disable BuddyPress’ Forums Component

    In the WP admin dashboard, navigate to “Settings > BuddyPress“. Click on the “Components” tab.
    Uncheck “Discussion Forums” and save.

    I didnt find “discussion Forums” , instead in my installation, there is “Group Forums (Legacy)”
    is it the same?

    thanx for the explanation

    Avatar of @modemlooper
    @modemlooper
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    @modemlooper

    yes.

    Avatar of banata
    banata
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    @banata

    hello, Im able to disable old forum, but still one components exist, and show a warning in my admin panel :

    The following active BuddyPress Components do not have associated WordPress Pages: Search Page. Repair

    how to permanently disable those component?

    thanx for your guidance

    Avatar of @modemlooper
    @modemlooper
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    @modemlooper

    Search page? There is no Search component. Is that a plugin you installed to add a search component?

    Avatar of banata
    banata
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    @banata

    I thought so, but I dont install any search mods, and strangely its appeared in my buddypress pages setting, here the screen shoot :

    search page

    Avatar of @modemlooper
    @modemlooper
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    @modemlooper

    Double check. This only happens if a BuddyPress component is added. A theme can add components.

    Avatar of banata
    banata
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    @banata

    hello, could it be related to this :

    http://buddypress.org/support/topic/resolved-search-page-component-missing/

    I use same themes, using custom community too

    Avatar of @modemlooper
    @modemlooper
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    @modemlooper

    So many problems with that theme. >.< They probably added a component via the theme and it's outdated code.

    Avatar of banata
    banata
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    @banata

    oh geez, I dont know that, okay, I will try to revert to another themes, and give the result here
    and oh btw, I have another glitch , after upgrade to BP 1.7, suddenly all group avatar wont display, is this also because the themes problem?

    thanx for your reply

    Avatar of @modemlooper
    @modemlooper
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    @modemlooper

    Themes that were made before 1.7 may have issues as most are a derivative of the bp-default theme. Especially if they include a lot of custom template files and code.

    The developer posted a comment http://buddypress.org/support/topic/buddypress-1-7-is-now-available-2/page/2/#post-161686

    Avatar of banata
    banata
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    @banata

    thanx for your explanation, I will dig it for more, especially the themes

    :thumbsup:

    Avatar of banata
    banata
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    @banata

    yap, after switching to another themes, those search page component apparently from custom community themes.
    but for missing group avatar, I think it different, I cant get it work after switching to another themes.
    I think Im gonna post new topic for this problem, thanx, problem solved

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