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  • Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    I’ve already have it installed for a few days, and i must say, that i didnt experience any ‘weird things’ ;-)


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    Take a look at the: “base.css” ;-)


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    I’ve also installed this plugin on the latest versions of WPMU + BuddyPress, and i dont have any problems at all ;-)


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    @Wythagy

    What kind of changes did you make ?


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    It’s realy sounds indeed like a spam bot, do you have a signup captcha ? Or, maybe indeed dissable new registrations, until the wind blows over ;)


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    I’ve added this widget, and i must say .. It just works fine ;-)


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    If you have shell access, then you (can) also have access to the SVN tools provided by the install by that Unix or Linux distribution, otherwise ask youre hosting provider for it. Then you can easily update through SVN with some simple commands ;)


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    I’ve did a few tests with this font, and it is just all getting well, just try a few to mach youre website design ;)


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    In youre: “header.php”

    <?php if ( function_exists( ‘bp_blogs_install’ ) ) { ?>

    <li<?php if ( bp_is_page( BP_BLOGS_SLUG ) ) {?> class=”selected”<?php } ?>>/<?php echo BP_BLOGS_SLUG ?>” title=”<?php _e( ‘Blogs’, ‘buddypress’ ) ?>”><?php _e( ‘Blogs’, ‘buddypress’ ) ?>

    <?php } ?>

    Changes the phrase: “Blogs” into: “what ever you want” …


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    Well, evry thing seems to work just fine :)


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    Warning: Missing argument 5 for fbc_get_avatar() in /home/you/public_html/wp-content/plugins/bp-fbconnect/wp-facebookconnect/fbconnect.php on line 528

    In line 528 of fbconnect.php say:

    function fbc_get_avatar( $avatar, $id_or_email, $dims, $size, $default) {

    Remove the $dims variable

    function fbc_get_avatar( $avatar, $id_or_email, $size, $default) {

    and in line 534

    return render_fb_profile_pic($fbuid, $size);

    Worked also for me, it removed the error message ;)


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    Where can i download the updated version of this plugin ?


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    If you ask me, it makes ‘things’ just more complex and harder to get working ;)


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    Plugins that are enabled site wide can only be disabled by a site administrator.

    Above affects the new location: “Plugins” v.s. “MU-Plugins” for BuddyPress … You see this sentence after you install BuddyPress in the proper way ;)

    So, they couldnt be deactivated by ‘users’…


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    It is possible, to integrate bbPress + WordPress (MU), i did it my self already ;)

    And take a look @ Burtadsit .. You still need WPMU for right now, to run BuddyPress …


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    As i didnt like the orange colors in BuddyPress, i did a slightly little make over …

    http://wordpress-blog.nl

    And yes .. I did integrate bbPress in the current theme with a few minor steps ;)


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    “I’m keeping this topic open for now, but it’s on my watch list because it’s already breaking some rules. If it gets too rowdy in here I’m locking it up. :)

    What rules did i broke, just that i wrote down, that i edit and integrate bbpress into a buddypress theme ?

    “(cause you’re not ok with the wp policy) “

    There are many website’s out on the net who arent: “oke” with the WP policy (what ever that should be) …

    I dont see the problem, and the only who makes a problem out of it, are you guys ;)


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    The forum need indeed some more work, indeed more margins and stuff) .. But that’s a job for tomorrow ;)

    And about the domain name, there are many website’s out on the net with: “wordpress” in their name. And it is not a protected name by law ;)

    And .. I dont see the problem actually …


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    I’am currently working on a matching bbPress theme for BuddyPress … But, it only fit my (tweaked) theme for BuddyPress ;)

    The forum is up and running, but the theme is still in development ;)

    The color scheme i use can be seen over here:

    http://wordpress-blog.nl


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    I should say, install them both in their own database ;)

    Trust me, it could come in handy ;)


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    Take a look at youre “header.php” ;)


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    http://wordpress-blog.nl

    Has been updated to the ‘trunk 1281’ version of ‘FaceBuddy theme’ …


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    It is realy a native bbPress theme ;-)

    But they are to lame to release it …


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    Then you make some where in youre install a error ;)


    Felix2009
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    @felix2009

    In youre wordpress mu, there’s a part of VHOSTS, you can set that to “NO”. So you get a directory based setup. And if you set it to “YES” then you get a subdomain setup.

    The last thing needs a DNS wildcard in youre host his DNS setup.

    And in the Apache configuration add the following line in virtual domain setting:

    ServerAlias *.youre-domain.com

    But most webhosting companies dont allowed you to do so, so i suggest that you will use a directory based setup ;-)

    Suc6!

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