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  • buddycore
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    @buddycore

    Very cool and very readable +1 and thanks for the info about hosting.


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    That’s really cool, are there any problems with hosting on GitHub at the same time?


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    Thanks! Not really sure how to go about that and if it’s on GitHub going against the ToS.

    Originally I did plan but it’s fallen away a little bit, GitHub is just so convenient but I guess more people would see it if it was on wordpress.org.

    Would be cool though.


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    Thanks, finishing the theme is the first goal then thinking about how best to package it would be the next. So 2 is a good shout, I’ll work towards that and see where it leads.


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    Bumping this, for those looking to test drive BuddyPress with a custom theme and maybe take it a bit further and customize for core WordPress and BuddyPress features.

    There is no support for BBPress in this theme at the moment, but if there are enough people wanting this I will bring it in the future.


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    Thanks, I’ve never got hold of working with core functionalities and thus I have failed miserably with some technical matters. Given there’s a lot of undocumented but feature rich functionality in BuddyPress this puts me in no mans land.

    I’m looking forward to BP-Nouveau for now I will work with what’s available and what you have written here.


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    You could put all your fields as xProfile and group them in sections.

    On top of that you could write some jQuery.

    I struggle going into BuddyPress code but I’m sure you could target this with client side validation via jQuery.

    It’s not perfect but it could be done.


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    I’m just bumping this topic to bring it to the attention of others who may want to utilise the theme.

    There’s been some progress via GitHub and the theme is in a good position to jump in and contribute to its development.

    http://buddycore.com

    It’s still not version 1 and out of beta but it’s getting there and I’ll continue to work through issues raised on GitHub for any early adopters.


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    @henrywright Either place is fine.

    @inzerat I have replied to your issue, there is a strange problem with the customizer preview atm. I’ll look into this another time.


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    haha


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    I don’t really know much of BuddyPress plugins, sorry can’t help.


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    hehe


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    This topic seems a little ambiguous. Could you be a bit more specific please?


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    Yeah I think so, as long as it’s not an octocat.txt file. 🙂


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    Did you go into BuddyPress settings and associate your “activity” page with the activity component in BuddyPress > Settings > Pages?


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    It’s ok, I’ve decided that I’m going to build core support into my theme. Enhancements can come later. Thanks for the help.


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    I looked in two places

    I don’t have a clue how to implement these functions, although I am learning.


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    I’m assuming $html needs to be the activity content but I have no idea where to go for this.


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    I’ve added this to functions.php and there is no result in the activity stream.


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    I tried this

    add_filter('embed_oembed_html', 'sc_activity_embed_wrap');
    
    function sc_activity_embed_wrap($content) {
    
        echo 111;
    
    }

    But it doesn’t output the 111 upon inserting or retrieving any items that I assume are passed via embed_oembed_html


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    I really need to get the hang of these actions and filters.


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    BuddyPress is solid, shared hosting is cheap but there are many alternatives. Do some research with different hosts and see what they can offer you.


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    Not really but you can hide it and set the default group home page to something else.


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    :empty is only supported in IE11 and up.


    buddycore
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    @buddycore

    @danbp thanks a lot, that’s brilliant. I will look at the sample plugin and try to work this out.

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