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** Nevermind ***
I found that the theme author hard coded the URL… I guess that doesn’t work with the new buddypress code
Thanks for the input. I did try it in the default buddypress theme and it works. Its my theme that’s interfering. I did contact them and they are so busy with the new release that it’s not on their radar. I may just install buddypress in another subdirectory and link over to it… just try and make it look similar. the problem their is then I can’t have them share user login’s with both instances.
I took a look at another template I worked on and the page.php actaully had code in it to build the page. This code looks like it builds the name of the template and then gets the template and renders it. Could that be bypassing buddypress code?
Thank you. There is a page.php in the theme root.
Will upload later to pastebin as access is restricted at work 🙂
Thanks Hugo, what exact file are you talking about? the page “groups” is assigned to the “groups” in buddypress settings. Do you just want the source from view source in my browser? I dont’ think that’s what you are asking for. Where exactly can I find the file Paul was asking for? Is it in the editor, or do I need to ftp to find it? Is it in the buddypress plugin directory?
Thanks for the reply Paul. Sorry for my ignorance, I’m not schooled in themeing. What file do you want to see? When I look in the editor shouldn’t I be able to see a groups template in that list somewhere? I don’t. And the “groups” page that was created when I installed buddypress doesn’t have any code. What can I send you?