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No "buddypress" in Theme Options

  • Avatar of junithorn
    junithorn
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    @junithorn

    When trying to figure out why non-admins are redirected to the front page when trying to create a group I saw that there should be a place to disable creation for admin/mods only in the buddypress section of Theme Options (which should apparently be added after running the compatability setup). I don’t seem to have any buddypress options in my theme options. Is there a way to get this? Or a way to let non admins make groups?

    “Enable group creation for all users” is enabled so they can see the group create button but they are redirected on click to the front page.

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  • Avatar of @mercime
    @mercime
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    @mercime

    @junithorn what theme are you using? Non-admins can create groups in basic installation if you allow it in Settings > BuddyPress > Settings.

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    junithorn
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    @junithorn

    @mercime Like I said in my original post, “Enable group creation for all users” is enabled in buddypress settings. Non-admins still cannot create groups for some reason, they are redirected to the front page.

    http://www.thesojo.net

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    @mercime
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    @mercime

    @junithorn Site url is good. I see that you’re still on BP 1.7.2 I’m seeing the old http://…/buddypress//bp-themes/bp-default/_inc/global.js?ver=20110818′ in source code of your site while you should be getting BP 1.7.2′s http://…/buddypress/bp-templates/bp-legacy/js/buddypress.js enqueued in your WordPress theme. Did you hardcode the link to global.js?

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    junithorn
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    @junithorn

    @mercime Hey thanks a ton for the reply.

    I haven’t hardcoded the link, do you think updating may fix this? I only hesitate because of changes i have made in the back end.

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    @mercime
    Keymaster

    @mercime

    do you think updating may fix this

    @junithorn It may. Still don’t know why the correct JS is not enqueueing in your site. May I recommend that you set up a development site which mirrors the BuddyPress environment of your site so you may be able to test themes, plugins and all kinds of upgrades. That way you (and users) won’t be stressed out when you implement the changes in your production/live site.

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    junithorn
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    @junithorn

    @mercime Thanks a ton, updating fixed the issue! Looks like the wrong js is still being loaded though. Oh well.

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