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members does not work neither does friends?

  • Avatar of Seahawknationblog
    seahawknationblog
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    @seahawknationblog

    I put the files plugin sidebar and plugin template into my theme and it will not work, had it all set up perfect and running except when these links are clicked it goes to error page stating these files need to be put in theme directory.

    When done it still does not work?

    I only want member theme to use for social network in back end with all the bells and whistles but i had to deactivate due to all the complaints of links not working..

    Any help would be greatly appreciated, also i was using darkpress member theme!

    Also 3 other small things,

    1) how to remove buddypress admin bar from site view logged in or out, only want it available on back end

    2) Am i missing something but shouldnt thier be a link back to the admin panel for admin users like myself?

    3) Cannot Crop Group image, it shows photo, but cannot crop, then when i save group photo Is Black space?

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  • Avatar of Seahawknationblog
    seahawknationblog
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    @seahawknationblog

    Lots Of things dont work any suggestions

    Avatar of John James Jacoby
    John James Jacoby
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    @johnjamesjacoby

    Re-read the instructions and try again? It sounds to me like some files aren’t in the correct spots or that some files were corrupted in the upload process.

    To address your specific issues:

    1.) The BuddyPress admin bar includes the link to your #2 question, but if you want to remove it from the front-end, you would have to check the defined('IN_ADMIN') variable and only load the buddybar if so. Could probably make a filter for this in functions.php, but I’m not in front of the source to give you a turn-key solution at the moment.

    2.) The link is part of the buddybar. :) Otherwise you can type it in the address bar yourself or customize the theme to fit the way you want it to perform. Aside from that, none of the WPMU themes will know how to redirect you to any specific blog admin area aside from their own, and they wouldn’t know which other blogs you have access to. That’s what the BuddyBar is fore. (Note to self: It would be cool to have a link to the admin area of each blog when viewing /blogs/my-blogs.)

    3.) Are you using a vanilla install with the vanilla theme? Vanilla meaning included… If so, do you have a link to your website so that I can see what’s happening?

    Avatar of Seahawknationblog
    seahawknationblog
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    @seahawknationblog

    I deactivated it for now till i can get answers, but my main blog is http://footballnationblogs.com and evereything in back end is awry!

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