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wierd bugs

  • Avatar of Frumph
    Frumph
    Participant

    @frumph

    Whenever someone does an action with buddypress say for example viewing a random blog it first shows a 404 error *THEN* redirects appropriately.

    It’s as if it’s loading some file that doesnt exist then redirecting.

    check it out at http://webcomicplanet.com/

    also in bp-groups-widge.php around line 60 you need to clear the floats there

    </span></div>

    </div>

    <div class=”clear”></div>

    also, avatar’s cannot be uploaded on registration BUT works in the members pages so i’m trying to disable the fact it’s asking for the upload of the avatar on the wp-signup page so any help in removing that action would be nice from the wp-signup

    in the pages for the plugin-templet you can’t use the #content as a #page and keep it compatible with the pages that wpmu dishs out

    <div id=”content” class=”widecolumn”>

    ^ is NOT compatible because you’re using it as a column not the #page, while WPMU dishes it out as #page div for the registration your using it as a column inside another area with a sidebar

    since most if not all wordpress themes that use #content as a “page area” and not a “column of content” it would probably be best if you changed that div name to something other then #content

    Try to add borders to #content border left and right and then look at how the wp-signup.php page comes up and your members and groups pages and you will see what I mean by that.

    - Phil

    but mainly, very curious as to why 404 pages keep getting dished out, it’s like i’m missing a file in my custom theme.

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  • Avatar of Andy Peatling
    Andy Peatling
    Keymaster

    @apeatling

    I’ll take a look at these over issues over the next couple of days, thanks.

    Avatar of Frumph
    Frumph
    Participant

    @frumph

    thanks appreciate it very much, the users are loving the buddypress =) i’m very happy that i’m using it

    the members, directory and blog -> widget area (sidebar) are all the same where it needs the float cleared at the end of the loop if you could

    sorry I forgot this one:

    define( ‘NOBLOGREDIRECT’, ‘http://webcomicplanet.com/’ );

    I need to use ^^ that in the wp-config.php so that it redirects however if I do that, the 404 error doesnt refresh to the appropriate page when doing a buddypress action so i’m guessing that’s related

    this is windows server 2008 so i’m sure there are some problems here and there

    Avatar of Frumph
    Frumph
    Participant

    @frumph

    Found the problem with the 404 page showing up on a redirect with buddypress. It’s not buddypress.

    in wp-includes/pluggable.php in the main wp core the function wp_redirect –

    if ( $is_IIS ) {

    header(“Refresh: 0;url=$location”);

    } else {

    if ( php_sapi_name() != ‘cgi-fcgi’ )

    status_header($status); // This causes problems on IIS and some FastCGI setups

    header(“Location: $location”);

    }

    the $is_IIS is doing a REFRESH: 0; url=location when on windows server 2008 header(“Location: $location”); works fine with the latest fast-cgi module release

    SOO basically in wp-includes vars.php making this change:

    /**

    * Whether the server software is IIS or something else

    * @global bool $is_IIS

    */

    if (strpos($_SERVER, ‘Microsoft-IIS’)) {

    if (strpos($_SERVER, ‘Microsoft-IIS/7.0′)) {

    $is_IIS = false;

    } else {

    $is_IIS = true; // (strpos($_SERVER, ‘Microsoft-IIS’) !== false) ? true : false;

    }

    } else {

    $is_IIS = false;

    }

    fixed it, by declaring that a microsoft-iis/7.0 server is *not* iis

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