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Redirect to members page in buddypress plugin

  • Avatar of Arumugamk
    Visnu
    Participant

    @arumugamk

    Hi,

    All my theme default template pages are redirect to members page in the buddypress plugin. If I deactivate the buddypress plugin means all pages are working fine. Could You Please give me a solutions to fix the problem.

    Thanks

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  • Avatar of @mercime
    @mercime
    Keymaster

    @mercime

    @arumugamk WP/BP versions? Single WP site or multisite? If multisite, is BP activated in main site or subsite? Theme used? Plugins used?

    Avatar of Arumugamk
    Visnu
    Participant

    @arumugamk

    Hi

    1) Both WP(3.5.1) and BP(1.7.1) are latest Version.
    2) It is the single wordpress site. But I have installed the site as subdirectory(Ex : http://domain.com/site) development server.
    3) Theme Name : “optimizepress”
    4) Plugins I have used in this site
    Buddypress, bbpress, invite-anyone

    Kindly suggest how to fix the redirect issue. I am waiting for your reply…

    Thanks

    Avatar of Arumugamk
    Visnu
    Participant

    @arumugamk

    Hi

    Could you please give me the solution to fix the issue. I am waiting for your reply..

    Thanks

    Avatar of MattAdams
    MattAdams
    Participant

    @mattadams

    I’m having the exact same problem within OptimizePress. I also need a solution, I really want to include BuddyPress in my site, but I can’t see getting rid of OptimizePress because I need it’s functionality.

    Basically, two things are happening.

    1. The redirects to the Members page are happening on my site too.

    2. I also can’t edit the theme template on these pages either, and so I’m stuck with the grey pages on some of the BuddyPress pages.

    I would LOVE to have this fixed, I would really like to have BuddyPress on my site.

    Thanks in advance!

    ~Matt

    Avatar of @mercime
    @mercime
    Keymaster

    @mercime

    @mattadams premium theme clubs usually have forums support for its members. Have you tried searching the forums re BuddyPress compatibility or asking if theme author can provide it? We have no access to the premium file so have no clue what proprietary templating system it’s using that’s circumventing easy integration with BuddyPress.

    One solution could be as simple as creating a buddypress.php file which contains the WordPress loop with the_title and the_content tags along with the necessary HTML structure and theme tags. You’d then upload that file to the root of your theme’s folder in server and that’s it.

    http://codex.buddypress.org/themes/theme-compatibility-1-7/a-quick-look-at-1-7-theme-compatibility/

    http://codex.buddypress.org/themes/theme-compatibility-1-7/template-hierarchy/

    Good luck!

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