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Okay. Thanks. Where do I find ‘wp_userstable’? This is an area I’ve never gone into before.
I have no pending accounts in the DB. Will that plugin affect any live accounts?
Thanks so much!
Thanks for the links. The thing is, they aren’t showing as members. That’s the strange part. I was getting hit with mega spammers and then I added a few things, including a captcha, and it stopped. No more spammer accounts were being created.
However, it does appear like they’re still building in the background somewhere, but I don’t where? They don’t show up as registered or pending members anywhere. So our member page is showing something totally different than our dashboard log.
But no options show up at all. It’s just a blank page with that message.
Here’s the link: http://www.writerscarnival.ca/newwcuser/
Yes, that’s right. The Anyone Can Register button won’t stay selected and then that message comes up.
I’ve had to temporarily set up a contact form to collect email addresses and usernames so that I can manually set them up. I’ve had almost 20 new registrations since yesterday, so this is becoming a very serious problem.
I don’t have a choice. My site needs BuddyPress. Any other solutions out there? Or anyone else having the same issue?
I tried the what you suggested and it worked momentarily and then stopped working again. Are you aware of any other ways to fix this problem?
I’m having the same issue. My registrations page is saying ‘User Registration is Currently Not Allowed’ and when I try to tick the ‘Anyone Can Register’ box in General Settings it just keeps unticking itself.
I had, at one point, Invite Anyone plugin installed, but it hasn’t been installed (inactive or active) in well over a year.
Okay… I’m a little worried about doing that as the site is live with almost 70 active users.
Thanks for the response. From what I’ve been reading, it isn’t uncommon, but I can’t seem to find a way to fix it.
1. WordPress 3.5.1
2. BuddyPress 1.6.4
Not sure about custom code, however, it doesn’t seem to be an unknown problem. Just not sure how to fix it.
See this link: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/how-to-prevent-accessibility-to-emails-038-ips-in-wp
That’s the same problem I’m having, but my members are set to Authors. My website address is: http://www.writerscarnival.ca
Again, it’s when an Author logs in, goes to Dashboard and then Comments. Under the user name of the person who left the comment.