Boone Gorges replied to the topic Warning: call_user_func_array() expects parameter 1 to be a valid callback in the forum Installing BuddyPress 1 month, 1 week ago
> should I replace on with off?
Yes, and then restart Apache to see the effects. It’s dangerous to have this running on a production site.
As for your specific issue: check your wp-config.php file to see if you have defined the constant
NOBLOGREDIRECT. It probably looks something like
define( 'NOBLOGREDIRECT', true );. If you see it there,…[Read more]
BuddyPress 2.2 introduced the concept of member types. This functionality is outlined below.
Registering member types
BuddyPress itself does not register any member types. Plugins and themes can register […]
BuddyPress strives for the most complete internal documentation possible. When contributing patches to BuddyPress, you are highly encouraged to document your code using our standards. We also […]
If you use symbolic links (symlinks) for your WordPress plugin environment, you may need to do some additional configuration to ensure that BuddyPress assets are loaded correctly.
If you find that CSS and […]
Hi all – Thanks for your patience as these issues get sorted.
If you are seeing several terms untranslated in the new version that were previously translated, it’s because of some disambiguation that has happened in the way BuddyPress labels certain translatable strings. For example, in some languages the term “Members” as used as the heading for…[Read more]
For a number of technical reasons (in particular, the fact that BuddyPress translations are downloaded automatically), we no longer include the bp-languages directory in BuddyPress.
> Where to put the .po and .mo files?
If you have been storing your custom .po and .mo files inside of bp-languages, I should urge you to find a better system – as…[Read more]
BuddyPress 2.1 “Patsy” is now available! Read more about it: https://buddypress.org/2014/09/buddypress-2-1-patsy/
(Please note that support issues should get their own threads. Words of praise and celebration are welcome in this one )
Version 2.1 is a major BuddyPress feature release that introduces X, Y, and Z. This document is still under construction and does not yet fully reflect the 2.1 release.
For Version 2.1, the database version […]
Slava – We have had some technical difficulties with the GlotPress sync. However, this should now be resolved – please check translate.wordpress.org after about 1600UTC today and the new strings should be there. […]
BuddyPress 2.1 Release Candidate 1 is now available. The “Release Candidate” status means that the final release of BP 2.1 is imminent, and this is your last chance to put the next version through its paces before […]
We’ve just released BuddyPress 2.0.3. This is a security release that addresses a single vulnerability related to cookies and group creation. The vulnerability was discovered by members of the BuddyPress core team. See https://buddypress.org/2014/09/buddypress-2-0-3-security-release/ for more information, and if you are a plugin developer you may…[Read more]
The following are the various versions of BuddyPress, listed chronologically from the oldest to newest, along with the Change Log information on new features and improvements in each version.
N.B from version 1.5 […]
On September 15, 2014, BuddyPress 2.0.3 was released to the public.
For version 2.0.3, the database version (_bp_db_version in wp_options) was 8311, and the Trac revision was 9018.
Fixed security […]
Boone Gorges replied to the topic Search/Sort Feature Not Appearing On BuddyPress Member Group Pages in the forum Creating & Extending 1 year ago
See how BuddyPress does this: https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org/browser/tags/2.0.1/bp-groups/bp-groups-template.php
I don’t know why BP does it this way (I would have to check the logs – it seems fishy) but in any case, this probably explains why you’re not seeing anything in your template. You should mimic what you see in that function.
Can you share more details about the problem?
– Can you see the groups in question in the Dashboard? Dashboard > Groups
– Are you logged in as an administrator or a normal user?
– Is the logged-in user a member of the groups in question?
– Can you see the groups when you go to example.com/members/yourmembername/groups?
> I can’t find any arguments for not including the WordPress profile in BuddyPress.
The arguments are:
– The fields at wp-admin/profile.php are hardcoded in WP. There’s no way we can ask WP which fields it provides in a programmatic way; we’d have to hardcode them as well. This is inelegant; it causes problems when other plugins add their own…[Read more]
@j-j Thanks for your patience working through the issues. As for the original question, I agree with @henrywright/a that 2.0.1 is a very good upgrade for sites like yours, because some of the queries have been refactored to be much, much more efficient.
As for your 502 errors, it’s very hard to diagnose something like this without access to various logs. Since you’re hosted on WP Engine, I would suggest opening a ticket with them. Describe…>[Read more]
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