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    faeronsayn
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    @faeronsayn

    Forgot to keep track of my own code. I was using a couple of buddypress functions in the theme. It worked fine on Twenty Eleven, so I had to re check my custom code and found out that I was using those functions. Removed them, and it’s working fine now. :)

    Thanks for the help.

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    faeronsayn
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    @faeronsayn

    I am on single. I am using Salutations for when it is activated and when it is deactivated.

    @chouf1

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    faeronsayn
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    @faeronsayn

    Any possibilities for this functionality?

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    faeronsayn
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    @faeronsayn

    I wouldn’t mind coding it myself, I just want to know what functions I should use to create groups. Then I could just use some conditionals / loops to create posts for each custom post type post. @mercime

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    faeronsayn
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    @faeronsayn

    @mercime

    Thank you, I was able to fix this through updating the theme as well :)

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    faeronsayn
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    @faeronsayn

    When I have buddypress turned on I get all sorts of errors when I try to do certain things.

    For example, when I try to post a status, the following error pops up

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function vt_resize() in /home2/username/public_html/wp-content/themes/salutation/framework/theme-functions/buddypress.php on line 78

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    faeronsayn
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    @faeronsayn

    I feel like it’s more of a problem with the fact that the installation is not creating any tables in my database. But that could be because it’s not being executed properly.

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    faeronsayn
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    @faeronsayn

    I’ve had it previously set to 256M which I thought would be enough, I don’t understand why I would need more than that much memory. All the resources i’ve looked at for buddypress they all recommend about 128M.

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