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Great!! Thank you very much.
But can anyone give me some trail in order to write some “custom code” in delete-account.php so that the blogs associated to a user are deleted at the same time he delete his account.
I am a very bad code writer That would be sooo helpful
Thanks a lot for your answer.
But is there any possibilty to delete old blogs at the same time of deleting a user without entering the database ? Doing it manually in the database would be so binding.
I precise that the blogs steal appear in my wordpress admin but not in buddypress. i would like them to be deleted at the same time as the user account is deleted
@leguis Hello, i’m very interested in changing the code for showing site blogs, own blogs and create blogs, can you help me in that way please ?
Thank you very much!
Ok i Will try re-install buddypress.
Thanks for your help!
I’ve tried to open directly in firefox the create.php page and have this error message:
Call to undefined function get_header() in /htdocs/myfolder/wp-content/plugins/buddypress/bp-themes/bp-default/blogs/create.php
Maybe it can help to find a solution … 🙂
i’m sorry i don’t really understand your answer.
Is that about the network settings ?
in Registration Settings ->
Allow new registrations
i’ve checked: “Logged in users may register new sites.”
Is that what you were talking about ?
i’ve made a mistake in my previous post.
After having activate BP, not even the admin so that the user can create a new site.
In fact, this link works:
But this one does not work:
And depending on where i click, the link to create a site is different
lol i loose myself in this problem, hope i’m clear enough for someone how would help me!!
I’ve tried what you told me but the problem is still there.
No problem when i desactivate BP and all the other plugins. The admin AND the user can create a new site.
But as soon as i activate BP and select the BP default theme, only the admin can create a new site.
The user is redirect to a 404 page not found! Can’t find the page http://subdomain.mydomain.com/blogs/create