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EMERGENCY: help!! Fatal error: Call to undefined function bp_is_user_inactive()

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    Xin46
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    @xin46

    HELP!!! after installing the buddypress plugin 1.9.1 on my wordpress and tried to activate it, it pops up the following error:

    “Fatal error: Call to undefined function bp_is_user_inactive() in /home/a1909207/public_html/wp-content/plugins/buddypress/bp-core/bp-core-caps.php on line 239″

    AND I CAN NO LONGER ACCESS MY WEBSITE.

    please help me! why can’t i activate buddypress?? Thank you so much in advance!

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    Henry
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    @henrywright

    Go to line 239 in bp-core-caps.php and remove the function (keep a backup of the old file). Once you’ve removed that function you won’t get the fatal error. Then when you can access your site again – go back and restore bp-core-caps.php to how it was before you made the change.

    As to why you’re getting this fatal error – I have no idea?

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    Xin46
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    @xin46

    Thank you Henry! the problem was resolved after i deleted the buddypress files from dreamweaver. Seems like i cannot run buddypress at all… would be great if someone could advise me on why it is so…

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    Hugo
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    @hnla

    I take it you are working in a localhost, dev environment from your reference to Dreamweaver?

    If that is the case your topic title was a little misleading and implying something that wasn’t the case – fyi it is considered bad form on lists, forums to use ‘Urgent’ or ‘Emergency’ in thread titles.

    Dreamweaver can’t run dynamic sites of any description, it’s frankly a rather bad application in general, the only real use for it is in it’s editor form, avoid any notion of using it’s wysiwyg options.

    If this is a a localhost dev issue then you need to setup a proper server to run these sorts of sites from, look at installing something like Xampp or Mampp or search the WP plugin repo as iirc there are plugins to help with setting up dev environments.

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    BuddyBoss
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    @buddyboss

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