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I haven’t used Redis for caching but would be interested in what you find. Perhaps you could post your results here?
I added some comments asking the main group to seriously consider BP and other plugins when choosing next default theme
Nice one @djsteveb! I hope TwentySeventeen takes BuddyPress into consideration too.
To the best of my knowledge, you can’t have 2 themes activated at the same time. You should choose a WordPress theme and then make use of the BuddyPress Template Hierarchy to customise the BuddyPress portion of your website.
This could be absolutely anything and I know that’s not what you wanted to hear. Try checking your .htaccess file, sometimes that can be a source of 500 errors.
Check out the Persistent Object Caching article for a good overview of the various ways to cache.
You may have some URL conflicts?
For example, I may have a page called WordPress here:
Then if I install a second instance of WordPress in a sub dir called wordpress, I’d have:
It’s all I can think of.
You’d need to think about your database too. That could cause some issues.
See the Customizing Labels, Messages, and URLs article.
Unless I’m mistaken, there must some thing else wrong because I’ve not found BuddyPress Followers to be problematic in that way. Are you sure you’re using the latest version?
You’ll probably want to dequeue the style sheet that comes with the plugin and then add your own styles to your theme’s style.css.
You should paste @shanebp‘s code into your theme’s functions.php file. That’s where it should go.
I use the plugin Buddypress followers, but is problematic
What did you find was wrong with it? It works well for me.
Check out Theme My Login. I’ve used it alongside BuddyPress many times and can say it works well.
Have you opened a ticket on the xProfile Rich Text Field plugin’s support forum?
Instead of trying the newline characater, try
xProfile data is a BuddyPress thing and user meta is a WordPress thing. Which one you use will depend on whether you plan to always use BuddyPress. If not then taking the user meta approach will ensure your plugin will work on all WordPress installs (even when BuddyPress is deactivated).
The best advice I can give is to look at how some of the already-available plugins do it. XML Sitemaps is a good one to learn from. It might not cover BuddyPress pages but I’ve used it in the past and it worked great for me.
So, is that how the spam or favorite/un favorite buttons work?
GETmethods will be in operation.
I’m not sure what the “provider user identifier” is? If it’s something in WordPress Social Login, try asking the question over at their support forum. They should be up to speed on it.
You’d need to use Ajax. Take a look at the Ajax in Plugins article for more info.
How are you linking your style sheet? Make sure you’re using
You can use
add_action()anywhere. Whether or not it executes the functions attached to it is another question. Take the
add_action()inside your function for example. It’ll only execute
custom_bp_subnav()on the condition that
$loggedin == $displayed. Also the
bp_readyhook must be running.
You could use WordPress as your CRM. There are quite a few plugins in the repo for that purpose. My advice is to set up a test install, try them out and see which one works best for you.
You will need to go through all of the BuddyPress communication channels available:
1. Private messaging
2. Public messaging
Then when a user attempts to send a message to a user they have not been assigned to, disallow it to happen via one of the hooks BuddyPress makes available.
With reference to assigning a user to a user, this could be achieved via user meta.