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Crying Fatal Error PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined function buddypress() in

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    mtm123
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    @mtm123

    PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined function buddypress() in /home5/—/public_html/wp-content/plugins/buddypress/bp-core/bp-core-avatars.php on line 54

    I was changing the size of the buddypress core avatars and recieved a all out Fatal Error. I cant get to my site I cant use it. I reuploaded the bp-core-avatars php like it was stock no effect.

    I have everything into my site and now its done crashed I really need help begging!

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    mtm123
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    @mtm123

    I am willing to give the a staff member C panel control to fix this. Loading my site I get fatal error I can’t get into /wp-admin or anything…

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    mtm123
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    @mtm123

    WORST DAY OF MY LIFE I JUST dELTED MY WHOLE buddyPRESS PLUGIN FOLDER AND DOWLOAdEd A NEW vERSiON OF buDDYPRESS AND UPloaDed THE FOLDER AND IT FIXed IT>…GOD

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    mtm123
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    @mtm123

    Now I am missing plugin menu items on users profiles…

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    Hugo
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    @hnla

    Firstly there are no staff members this is an open source project.

    Secondly never ever edit core files unless you are an experienced developer and even then you shouldn’t be needing to ever edit core application files.

    If you are trying to attempt something explain the requirements here and people may be able to suggest the correct way you can achieve this.

    Now I am missing plugin menu items on users profiles
    Explain exactly what page/screen you are referring to here.

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    mtm123
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    @mtm123

    I was ajusting the px size in bp-core-avatars thats when next thing I know server error. I go to my error log and its showing up the code above. I had no choice but delete my whole buddypress plugin in the plugin folder and re upload a new buddypress folder. Everything seemed to go back to normal it just loads slower now the pages.

    I also lost members menu items for certain plugins. For example the tab Profile – etc

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    mtm123
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    @mtm123

    The tab profile is there but you get what I am saying other plugins on the menu not showing up now.

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    mtm123
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    @mtm123

    Thank god Did a SpEED TEST it was a plugin speed problem got that the hell out of there. YOU GUYS ROCK I LOVE BUDDYPRESS!

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