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Member login issues and default member home page with widgets

  • Avatar of slicktig1
    slicktig1
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    @slicktig1

    I’ve two other issues not related to this. let me know if i need to create a seperate post.

    1. When i login as member (eg:blog1.domain.com ) and click on any tabs (Blog,Memebers,Groups,Blogs) they are giving the following error on the left column. i.e all member URLs like blog1.domain.com/members or /groups or /blogs are all producing same error.

    Sorry, that page was not found

    The page you were looking for was not found.

    2. Is there a way i can set default widgets for all member blogs so that they can see this page after login instead of the current page that says

    “Please log in and add widgets to this column. Add Widgets”

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  • Avatar of Burt Adsit
    Burt Adsit
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    @burtadsit

    You seem to be trying to use the bp home theme as the default theme for all new blogs. Is that right? The bp home theme was not designed to be used across all blogs. If you are getting 404 errors when using the bp home theme on subdomains, then you will get these errors you describe. You can pick the blog id that the bp home theme operates on with define( ‘BP_ROOT_BLOG’, 1 );

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    Burt Adsit
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    @burtadsit

    I just found a new option that may relate to your problem BP_ENABLE_MULTIBLOG. It looks like if you define(‘BP_ENABLE_MULTIBLOG’, true) in your bp-custom.php file it allows bp to hijack urls on all blogs. Thus getting your links to work.

    Note: I just tested this and it works.

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    ITguy
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    @itguy

    Burt,

    Thanks for your suggestion to use ‘BP_ENABLE_MULTIBLOG’, it fixes the problem that has driven me mad, especially since the DEMO site has the same issue :-(

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