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Thanks for your fast reply, yes you are right CIAB does the same as BuddyPress in a way, But it still needs Buddypress. I have looked at many really many BuddyPress theme, compaired them with non BuddyPress themes. I think I understand the template organization and have followed it. it is something else that I miss, I am thinking more on some type of code or function. That tells BuddyPress that I am a BuddyPress theme. I have seen code like this in many BuddyPress Parent themes
if ( ! function_exists( ‘bp_dtheme_setup’ )
add_theme_support( ‘buddypress’ );
if ( function_exists( ‘bp_is_active’ ) )
if ( bp_is_active( ‘friends’ ) )
add_action( ‘after_setup_theme’, ‘bp_dtheme_setup’ );
endif; Thing something here tell BuddyPress if a theme is a BuddyPress theme Or not
I need to find out what that is and do it in a child theme. So that BuddyPress will now recognize my theme as a BuddyPress theme.
If I get the message this is not a BuddyPress compatible theme what am I missing?
Hi it is very nice and friendly from all the people that help us newbe’s , but it seems that at know one want to say add this to your child theme and it will be buddypress v2.0.1 compat.
I have a wordpress theme and I have two plugins one is buddypress v2.0.1 and the other is Commons In A Box that tells me that my theme is not buddypree compatible can you tell me what and where I should add to my theme that will make it buddypress compatible. I do understand that the way my theme looks and functions is up to me. I see 1000’s of buddypress themes what makes theme compatible and my’s not?