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    danbp
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    danbp
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    @danbp

    It’s not an issue, but how it works actually.

    Read about date selector on Trac, and if you have some opinion or idea, feel free to participate to the discussion. Old and long thread, but still in debate ! πŸ˜‰
    https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/5500

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    danbp
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    @danbp

    Hi,

    no, that thread doesn’t apply to your case. πŸ˜‰

    this information is inaccessible to administrators as long as the user is β€œPending”.
    That’s wrong !
    You’re partially right, as you have no direct access, but you can go to a pending user profile information in backend.

    How ?
    – click on a approved member name when on the members management page (backend).
    – once on that page, copy the URL and replace the user_id you’ll see in it by the one of the pending member.

    Problem is to get the pending member user_id. It’s not available outside of the wp_users or wp_signup table.

    The link to a pending member on the pending member list looks like:
    ../wp-admin/users.php?page=bp-signups&signup_id=1&action=activate

    On the approved member list, it looks like:
    ../wp-admin/users.php?page=bp-profile-edit&user_id=41&wp_http_referer=%2Fwp-admin%2Fusers.php

    The difference are:
    signup_id=1 – which is not the user_id
    and
    user_id=41 – which is !

    But if you take the second link example and replace 41 by the pending user ID you’ll find in the DB you can access to his information.

    Pretty easy if you have only 1 or 2 users to check. A great hasle if you have dozens.

    Could be a good feature for some BuddyPresser… πŸ™‚

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    danbp
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    @danbp

    There is also geo my wp.

    Note that BuddyPres is members oriented. A group is not considered as a member but a group OF members. Despite this, to specifically geolocate a group, you can add some options on backend group management. Read here how to do that. At least, it’s a way to do that.

    Happy customization ! πŸ˜‰

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    danbp
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    @rglennnall,

    thank you for your kind comment… 6 months later !
    The initial question was: Is there a way, through a function, I can assign users to groups based on their user role? and Venutius jumped in with: i’d like to know the answer too.

    As i’m not a professional, only volonteer, i answer about what i understand – and not only to things i’m sure. Like you apparently. In hope that my answer to your today’s question will satisfy you.

    For now, keep your remarks for you, especially if it is to make such a sterile and unconstructive comment on an old topic.

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    @danbp

    Hi,

    login as ste admin and go to dashboard > Groups (wp-admin/admin.php?page=bp-groups). There will be a list of all existing groups. Click on the one you want to asign members.

    Eventually open screen option tab (underneath top right corner) and ensure that add new members and members admin options are checked.

    Below the group description field, you have another box where you can enter a username for the member you want to add. Normaly you’ll get one by auto-completion after typing a letter or two.

    That’all.

    Codex ref: https://codex.buddypress.org/administrator-guide/groups/#groups-management-panels

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    danbp
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    @danbp

    Hi,

    You’re probably on a large screen. Default display of the directory is already a list. See template code (members-loop.php) using ul and li !

    Check your theme or try to simulate a mobile screen (if u use firefox it’s Ctrl+shif+m) to see if your directory get wrapped or not. If not, adjust your (child)theme CSS.

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    danbp
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    @danbp

    Hi,

    you have to check your custom plugin. Or even to deactivate it, as it is no more necessary when you use BP. Problem seems to be that you created something related to members handling before BP was installed.

    BuddyPress handles members and their avatars via the buit-in WP avatar function.

    If you need more help, please give details about your config, theme and custom code. Thxs πŸ˜‰

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    @danbp

    Hi,

    it’s related to a custom work of the theme used on buddypress.org. You can read more here and get the source code here.

    Read also some advice here

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    danbp
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    @danbp

    Please find your answer on BuddyPress Codex:

    User Extended Profiles

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    danbp
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    This doesn’t work: /wp-content/languages/buddypress-fr_FR.mo, except if you want to use “buddypress” as your site language. BuddyPress isn’t a language, so i won’t recommand to do that. So, guess it’s not required.

    Auto update means “auto”, YOU have NOTHING to “put in”.

    if you use /wp-content/languages/buddypress/buddypress-fr_FR.mo, it doesn’t work.
    You have to create a BP folder in /plugins/ like this /wp-content/languages/plugins/buddypress/

    … and read again what i wrote previously. I don’t like to write things twice. πŸ˜‰

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    @danbp

    Hi,

    You’re using a premium theme for which we can’t help you on this forum. You should ask on their support, included in the license. Or read theme’s documentation.

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    The po file is the working copy, it’s not the translation. The only file you need is the compiled .mo format file.

    1) i’m not aware of this behave and i doubt you can get this to work.
    2) yes
    3) yes
    4) you understood wrong. I said the inverse.

    To resume the situation:
    WP stays in english and you want BP in a different language. This is not possible with the automatic translation system.

    Maybe you have to use some multilanguage plugin ?
    https://wordpress.org/plugins/search.php?q=translation

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    @danbp

    Hi,

    you say Cropping Tool not showing… you omited to say with your theme.

    Have you tested with Twenty Fifteen ? If the tool appears with Twenty, you’ll need to adjust your theme or ask his author for support.

    f you’re confortable with CSS, maybe you can use Firebug to get some precious information to help you doing that adjustment.

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    @danbp

    Common usage

    To get automatically a buddypress translation for your site, you have nothing special to do, except setting up WordPress to a custom language.

    Note that the language should exist on GlotPress and must be completed to 100%.
    https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/buddypress

    In this case, which is default situation, the translation will be automatically uploaded to wp-content/languages/plugins/

    For each new BP version (at least any major releases), you will receive the latest translation available. And the existing po/mo files are then overiden.

    Custom usage

    If you use a custom translation, you have to protect your work from automatic updates which continues to work. To do that, you need to create a buddypress folder in the default location:

    wp-content/languages/plugins/buddypress

    Once this location exist, it receives priority when a new translation is available. From this point, you continue to receive the translation in the new directory and you can store your custom version in the first directory wp-content/languages/plugins/.

    This is how it works actually for BuddyPress. Will perhaps be modified in the future. But no idea when and how.

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    @danbp

    There is no plugin for that. If you have subdomains, you should setup your host so it can work with subdomains…
    If it is allowed by your host, you can setup a wildcard.
    And your network will be namrezi.org, with sub-domains like blog1.namrezi.org, blog2.namrezi.org
    and your users can then create their own blog inside that network.

    Read here https://codex.wordpress.org/Configuring_Wildcard_Subdomains

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    @danbp

    How can you have define(‘MULTISITE’, true); if you have NO multisite and 13 subdomains if subdomain install is set to false ?

    Please read attentively here: https://codex.buddypress.org/getting-started/installation-in-wordpress-multisite/

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    Hi,

    thank you for reporting your thoughts. But the mentionned warnings are very generic, and more important, related to vulnerabilities listed by WPScan Vulnerability Database. It gives you an information, but you have to investigate more about it when you get some alerts.

    But before you get in panic, check WPScan and one or two other service, to confirm. In 2016, such informations are also relayed by social networks. If you find nothing there, you’re probaby not concerned, even if the plugin let you know about a defection. πŸ™‚

    In your examples, the first message is related to a step cookie using json, and the second mention a deprecated function. This doesn’t mean it is bad or dangerous, but that it is no more used or mostly because it will be removed in a next version. Until, it continues to work.

    Once reported by WPScan, the plugin relies a vulnerability on your site. That’s fine, but doesn’t mean the vulnerability affected your site, or even that the vulnerability wasn’t already solved. For example you will see that BuddyPress isn’t reported on WPScan. And the 2 vulnerabilities reported for bbpress (in 2014 !), where both solved in version 2.0. FYI, latest stable version of bbpress is 2.5.8

    By experience, i can tell that most of WP vulnerabilities and sister projects like BuddyPress, are actively handled in a few hours after they have been reported.

    It’s important to be concerned by security, but it’s also important to know about security (not only trusting to a plugin) and very health savy, to not to sink into paranoia. πŸ˜‰

    A first step into WP security would be to read here.

    As best practice advice: contact directly the devs when you are aware about a vulnerability. Don’t give any public information or details about it (to avoid replication) and stay discreet, at least until you received some official instructions.

    Of course you can also mention all this to the devs here: https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org/report

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    @danbp

    If your WordPress is correctly declared as multisite and is network activated, no, there is no other blog setting inside BuddyPress.

    In the network admin menu, you normally have two network items under Settings:
    network setting and network setup.

    What do you see in the first box of network setup ?

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    Hi,

    a simple, but raw solution would be to use CSS. Something like:

    #buddypress .standard-form #profile-details-section {
       float: left; 
       clear: left;
    }

    But it’s raw and probably need some adjustment with your theme, and some mobile devices detection rules.

    Another solution could be to use this premium plugin, by BuddyDev.

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    @danbp

    Hi,

    you don’t need a plugin to do that. You have perhaps omited to activate blog creation. Go to your network admin (wp-admin/network/settings.php)

    and select one of these option:
    – Logged in users may register new sites.
    – Both sites and user accounts can be registered.

    Save and you’re done.
    On the Toolbar user menu (top right) you will see a new button called Sites whith a sub-menu Create a site.

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    @danbp

    OUI !

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    Hi @nasse,

    please take a look in following file: bp-core/bp-core-avatars.php

    You can read all comments inside that file to understand how avatars are working.
    At line 919, you’ll find this comment:
    // If the uploaded image is smaller than the “full” dimensions, throw a warning. which is the one you related to.

    Then read again @imath ‘s above answer.

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