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Yeah that worked, nice one everything else seems alright.
Agreed looks pretty awesome, nice job
A terms and conditions would provide all the legal cover you need? as the user has to agree to YOUR terms before even joining the site how is that hard to understand lol?
You could even do something as such;
Spamming or Trolling;
Excessively communicating the same phrase, similar phrases, or pure gibberish
Creating threads for the sole purpose of causing unrest on the website
Causing disturbances in groups, such as picking fights, making off topic posts that ruin the thread, insulting other posters
Making non-constructive posts
If a user is found to have participated in such actions, he/she will:
Be given an initial warning and if the behaviour continues will be banned from the community.
If you’re worried about not having proof why not just backup the SQL database? Which you should be doing daily anyway.
You don’t want to delete them because of proof? lol that doesn’t make sense I dunno about the rest of it.
I take it you don’t have a terms & conditions on your site? If I was you I’d make an additional section on the registration page that users have to agree too before joining your site.
All you have to do then is put in the small print that you reserve the right to delete any profile and all content relating to that profile at your own discretion.
That way if any user complains you can just say it was in the T&C when they joined.
Well I think that Elgg is probably more suited for what you’re trying to achieve. The other option is to completely move across to wordpress & buddypress and convert your current site. Not sure how much work would be involved though, depends on how big the site is I guess.
If you’re website doesn’t currently run off wordpress I think you maybe over complicating this somewhat.
There are a number of social networking solutions available for php that have activity streams and such and would probably be easier to implement.
Try checking out Elgg http://www.elgg.org/features.php
It’s open source too.
hmm, have you installed any new plugins recently? could try disabling them one at a time to see if it’s a plugin that’s causing the problem.
If you can access the WP-admin try going to settings>permalinks and then just click save changes without changing anything, it could be a permalink issue.
Can you not just open up the register.php file put this code in
Then style & position it with CSS
Member albums is not a feature of BP Album + however it is a feature of the next big release (1.9), you can download a nightly release of the plug-in from the link below but be aware that the plug-in isn’t finished yet and may contain bugs.
Thanks for the reply! Yeah it was a mismatch between the padding and container divs, looks like I’m going to have to go through the BP template pack files and make it more consistent thanks.
Yeah thats what I thought
Would the css just be like
Or am I missing something?
Okay well I tried hooking the icon by adding another generic button div but it still wont acknowledge it as a link. I’m guessing it’s something to do with the fuction, but if I’m not suppost to put the code in that file then where should I be putting it ?
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