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Error: Missing argument for bp_modify_page_title()

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    philly00
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    @philly00

    Getting a “missing argument 2 for bp_modify_page_title()” error message (and a “missing argument 3″ of the same message). I do not have the PollDaddy plugin (see plugin list below). I believe the problem started when I updated my Elegant Themes template (Trim) this AM. Any suggestions?

    Absolute Privacy
    Akismet
    All In One WP Security
    bbPress
    bbPress WP Tweaks
    BuddyPress
    Easy Testimonials
    Elegant Themes Updater
    Google Maps Widget
    JotForm Embed Forms
    One-Click Child Theme
    Regenerate Thumbnails
    SlideDeck 2 Personal
    Super Socializer
    Ultimate TinyMCE
    UpdraftPlus – Backup/Restore
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    BuddyBoss
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    @buddyboss

    First suggestion is to switch themes just for a moment, to know for sure that your Elegant Themes update did indeed cause the problem. If that’s not it, deactivate all plugins and see what happens, then reactivate one by one. Your first line of attack is just to find the culprit at a big picture level, and then you can investigate what code in that theme/plugin is at the root of the problem.

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    philly00
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    @philly00

    Thanks BuddyBoss. Should I switch to WP 2014 theme to test?

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    k8peterson
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    @k8peterson

    I am having the same exact issue with an elegant theme (Nova). I switched themes and the issue went away. Any tips on where to begin? latest WordPress and BP.

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    k8peterson
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    @k8peterson

    ok…so i dont know if this is the best solution, but it worked.
    in the (child) themes header.php, i swapped out

    <title><?php elegant_titles(); ?></title>

    for

    <title><?php wp_title(); ?></title>

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    philly00
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    @philly00

    Buddyboss: Changing the theme to WP2014 fixed it. So, does this mean I have to switch themes? I’d rather not do that unless I absolutely have to. Do you think k8peterson’s solution (changing the header.php) is a good solution?

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    @mercime
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    @mercime

    @philly00 the solution posted was for a theme from Elegantthemes. If you got yours from that theme shop, then you could use the solution and then post issue at the theme shop’s forums so author can address the issue.

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    jeffacubed
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    @jeffacubed

    I can also confirm that @k8peterson ‘s elegant solution to change:

    elegant_titles()

    to…

    wp_title()

    works with a child-themes header.php for Elegant Themes (in my case, a child-theme of Divi) in resolving the ‘missing argument 2 & missing argument 3′ error(s) relative to the page_title $variables. I’m not 100% of any negative/unexpected implications of doing this in ET – but I’ll keep my eyes open to any ‘unexpected spooky weirdness’. I’ll share a note about k8peterson’s fix for bp w/ Elegant Themes in the ET’s user-forums.

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    Lage
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    @lage

    Good night from Spain!
    I also have problems with themes Elegant Theme …
    appears that BuddyPress and themes are not compatible, however I wish to work with these issues …. there is any way to get it??

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