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Registration & Activation Pages reverting to Home

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    KatieSwinehart
    Participant

    @katieswinehart

    When I click on view next to the Registration and Activation pages on the Pages tab in the dashboard for buddypress it reverts the pages to the home page. Any help on this? TIA

    I’ve got wp 3.9 and buddypress 2.0 The website is http://www.galleryhop.com

    Also, on the components tab I am checking friend connections and private messaging, but they aren’t staying checked and I don’t see a save button anywhere. Am I missing something?

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  • Avatar of imath
    imath
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    @imath

    Hi,

    I can see your signup page : http://galleryhop.com/sign-up/

    When the user is already logged in, he doesn’t need to signup again, so BuddyPress is redirecting the user. It’s the correct behavior. Try to log out and then you’ll be able to access to the signup page.

    About the component activation issue, you need to have the submit button “Save Settings” to update your active components

    Screenshot component screen

    If you don’t see the button, there’s a trouble with your config, are you using an admin theme ?

    Avatar of KatieSwinehart
    KatieSwinehart
    Participant

    @katieswinehart

    Thanks for clarifying the “redirect issue” that is actually not an issue! LOL…totally makes sense.

    I do not have the save settings button. Any idea how I fix that? I am logged in as an admin user if that is what you are asking…

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    imath
    Moderator

    @imath

    No i thought you were using a specific theme for the administration of WordPress. Because i thought it was a css issue or something like it.

    I think i’ll try to see if the button is in the html source of the page using a search for ‘bp-admin-component-submit’. If you are using the Chrome Browser, you can for instance launch the inspector and once done, and on the tab “Element” click on ctrl + F to display the search input.

    If you are using another browser simply display the source in a text editor for instance and do the search from there.

    I think you’ll find the button meaning it’s a css/browser issue.

    If not it may means there’s a “fatal” that avoids the html to be completely output. In this case you can set the WP_DEBUG constant to true in your wp-config.php file, check what’s going wrong in this part and eventually try to fix it. Once done, don’t forget to set back the WP_DEBUG constant to false.

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