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I am just searching for an answer to this too. anyone have an idea?
I want all blogs that are created to be a subdomain on the root domain, not a subdomain of the subdomain
remove_action( ‘wp_footer’, ‘bp_core_admin_bar’ ,;
remove_action( ‘admin_footer’, ‘bp_core_admin_bar’ ,;
worked for me! thanks..it’s because the remove_action command requires the same priority as the original add_action that was used.
that’s just awesome. 2 minutes to get an answer, thanks so much Boone (and David, what took you so long?) lol!
oh that’s even better. I am allowing free subscription as a subscriber but charging for anything more powerful so it’ll do what I need out of the box!
I have gone through a lot of the code, nice work! I have done a lot of modification work to wpmu and wp but this is the first time I’ve used buddypress. Going through your code was a great help, thanks!.
@nuprn1 thanks! I found that after I posted the message.
I just need to prevent regular subscribers from creating a group. blog admins will be fine as they would have already gone through the paywall but I don’t want to let every single joeschmoe create any old group they want. I will see about editing the plugin to suit my needs,
@rossagrant I have tracked the problem down to a child theme function. The developer was actually the one who fixed it, it was due to removing some of the sub nav items.
all is good again now!
sorry @denisjanis, I didn’t see your reply. Look like you figured out overwriting the files with 1.2.41 works.
@Johnjamesjacoby, you’re right, I’m using a child theme. The default buddypress theme works fine.
I have the bp-follower plugin installed and using buddypress 1.25 breaks it. The menu items are still there but any notifications in the top menu bar getting clicked results in the redirect to homepage problem. It doesn’t happen with the default buddypress theme.
with buddypress 1.25 and my child theme, I can view domain.com/members/ no problem but trying anything after that wont, domain.com/members/andy/ wont work or domain.com/members/andy/followers
I tried adding a die(‘some message’) in the child themes /members/single/activity.php file but it didn’t have an effect, I tried in various other files and still couldn’t get it to die with my message showing so maybe it’s a redirect or rewrite rule that has changed in 1.25 that isn’t compatible with a command in the child theme?
I will continue to use 1.241 for now but it would be nice to get to the bottom of it.
I think this was to do with upgrading to 1.2.5
I downgraded back to 18.104.22.168 and was able to see domain.com/voggers/username again .
I have the same issue. Reverting back to 22.214.171.124 makes it work again.
I spoke too soon here, all the references to ‘members’ have changed to my new value ‘voggers’ but when I click on a user, it shows it should go to domain.com/voggers/username but when i click on it, it just goes to the home page. I can go to domain.com/voggers/ and it shows the list, it’s just the individual members page that wont work.
this was just what I was looking for!
I added my own .mo file to change the way the word ‘members’ was written and also added the BP_MEMBERS_SLUG define in wp-config.php and it was effective over the whole site, even in places where I’d not noticed the word ‘members’ .