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  • alexcmei posted a new activity comment 11 years, 5 months ago

    BuddyPress Default 1.2.7 theme.

    • Haha! No, you need to read the link that I mentioned. BP Privacy comes with it’s own set of special privacy templates. They are optional to use. But, if you want to use the Site Lockdown options other than open to anyone, you must install these template files in the proper place.

      Read the link I provided and the section indicated!

      • ah, it wasn’t clear to me that changing the option to enable privacy on the site needed a custom template. gotcha. Thanks for the timely reply!

        • Yep. To offer privacy filtering to a site’s members, BP Privacy does not require any templates. These special templates are only required if the Site Admin wants to create a locked down site or place the site in maintenance mode. They actually offer a different type of privacy provided for the benefit of Site Admins more so than the site’s users.

      • If you wish to take advantage of these extra features, you will need to copy the /privacy template files folder, located in BP-Privacy’s /themes directory, into the proper place. It is as
        simple as copying the /privacy subdirectory (which contains the maintenance.php, privacy-policy.php, and welcome.php files) into Buddypress’ /bp-default…[Read more]

    • something as simple as this:
      cp -rp themes/privacy ../../plugins/buddypress/bp-themes/bp-default

      from the www/wp-content/plugins/bp-privacy folder.

  • alexcmei posted a new activity comment 11 years, 5 months ago

    not using any special templates.. just right out of the box.

  • alexcmei posted an update 11 years, 5 months ago

    @jeffsayre apache log..
    GET / HTTP/1.1″ 302 – “http://islandsocial.net/wp-login.php?loggedout=true”

    “GET /welcome/ HTTP/1.1” 302 – “http://islandsocial.net/wp-login.php?loggedout=true”

    she justa loops endlessly..

    .htaccess looks like this:

    # BEGIN WordPress

    RewriteEngine On
    RewriteBase /
    RewriteRule ^index.php$ – [L]
    RewriteCond…[Read more]

  • /welcome/ HTTP/1.1″ 302 – “http://islandsocial.net/wp-login.php?loggedout=true”

    / HTTP/1.1″ 302 – “http://islandsocial.net/wp-login.php?loggedout=true”

    and loops forever there..

    • not using any special templates.. just right out of the box.

    • BuddyPress Default 1.2.7 theme.

      • Haha! No, you need to read the link that I mentioned. BP Privacy comes with it’s own set of special privacy templates. They are optional to use. But, if you want to use the Site Lockdown options other than open to anyone, you must install these template files in the proper place.

        Read the link I provided and the section indicated!

        • ah, it wasn’t clear to me that changing the option to enable privacy on the site needed a custom template. gotcha. Thanks for the timely reply!

          • Yep. To offer privacy filtering to a site’s members, BP Privacy does not require any templates. These special templates are only required if the Site Admin wants to create a locked down site or place the site in maintenance mode. They actually offer a different type of privacy provided for the benefit of Site Admins more so than the site’s users.

        • If you wish to take advantage of these extra features, you will need to copy the /privacy template files folder, located in BP-Privacy’s /themes directory, into the proper place. It is as
          simple as copying the /privacy subdirectory (which contains the maintenance.php, privacy-policy.php, and welcome.php files) into Buddypress’ /bp-default…[Read more]

      • something as simple as this:
        cp -rp themes/privacy ../../plugins/buddypress/bp-themes/bp-default

        from the www/wp-content/plugins/bp-privacy folder.

    • A quick edit of ‘welcome.php’ to customize the intercept page and I’m happy as a clam. Thanks a billion.

      Find the welcome.php in here: and either do as the author says – and produce your custom area, or do as I did, and just edit the text to suit. 🙂
      wow! great job.
      www/wp-content/plugins/buddypress/bp-themes/bp-default/privacy

  • Okay, I’ve just loaded and configured the plugin.. When I select ‘Must be logged in’ at the Site Lockdown area, and log out. My browser URL bounced between sitename.com/welcome and sitename.com, until my browser gives up. There’s a loop, perhaps a rewrite, but I’m no finding it.

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