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@joost-abrahams buddypress.css is patched to resolve the issue and should be included in 2.4.1, thanks again for highlighting and testing issue.
It was amusing but when working on twentythirteen I came to realise that once the header was replaced with something better, it actually was a simple and very effective theme especially for BP and I actually came to prefer it over the subsequent twentysomething themes.
@joost-abrahams >2014 only exist on group pages, members pages no issues
Thanks for the testing, I’ll be adding a patch for BP styles later.
A Great job well done Imath!
This is an announcement post please report any issues in the forums.
Is this definitely related to BuddyPress, if not we can’t really help!
If mentioning plugins then please name them so we know what you are referring to.
At this stage with the level of detail you are providing we are not going to be able to help further.
If you need help then describe the situation in detail; BP versions, WP versions, and any plugins by name and action that are active and that relate to the issue.
Hugo wasn’t able to grant access, hugo is meant to be able to 😉
@djpaul yes aware of that but we only changed things for new users from a point in time forwards, existing users retained their editing role e.g ‘bobbingwide’ who has had existing account fora few years.
@bobbingwide Existing user accounts should have edit capability, it was only newer accounts where we needed to manage the spam activity, so if you could try editing a page and let us know if you are having issues.
One thing we have to do on the forum is update our user display names to something new which helps kick the profile topic tracking into life.
edit// Scrub above you’re already an active participant I see looking at your profile.
Having a look to see what your user capability status is…
You have to have the complete template in WP terms i.e header and footer if you create thse types og custom BP templates.
Do you mean this?:
Activity auto-refresh Automatically check for new items while viewing the activity stream
In BP settings tab!
Then you’ll want to 😉 Please read the codex guides we wrote them to help explain these sorts of requirements.
Have a read and pop back if further questions arise after reading the guides.
@monk3 you seem to want to persist in what can only be described as an abrasive, mildly antagonistic manner in the response above. I suggest that you probably have lost the interest of the two members who did respond and might have continued to had you not closed them down with remarks like useless response such as, “It depends”.
Good luck finding those answers elsewhere, a less confrontational attitude might get you better results though regardless of the initial responses you may get, remember on most forums such as this people with the knowledge that you seek are volunteers, not paid and not obliged in any way to help, common courtesy thus is generally expected.
Closing this thread.
GD module and/or imagick modules are essential for WP operation in manipulating images re-sizing etc so if you had tested the media library you might have spotted issues with uploading and dealing with images, ( I believe that GD is a core module in later php versions so doesn’t need installing separately so may be worth checking PHP version)
It’s always wise to establish that WP works fully before enabling testing BP. BP is simply a plugin running under WP as such it will use WP core functionality and in turn follow the server requirements that WP needs.
There is no BP server requirements codex entry as such for the reasons above we do though very briefly note some requirements here:
Not sure if you saw that?
Server requirements are really a WP aspect, We could re-iterate the WP requirements in a little more detail or perhaps link through to the WP codex though.
Hopefully 2.3.3 will be packaged up before too long when one of the lead devs has time to review it and run the build.
>I downloaded buddypress and the template pack too
Why did you download the template pack, can you tell us what led you to the template pack, that package is quite old and not relevant you shouldn’t need it if you simply allow the BP theme compatibility process to run and copy any files if you need to customize them to your theme as explained in the article linked to above.
We’d be interested to know what led you to the Template Pack so we can see if we have misleading guides and/or links to it that we can qualify to make things clearer.
The question ought to be what is the user trying to achieve, what id the point of adding an empty content? Tell us why and we might be able to tell you a better or best approach to what you want.
The CSV files column names aren’t important it’s what you map those to when you run the import script, so you need to identify the profile field names and whatever column in your CSV file is going to correspond to the correct data.
Are you referring to using BP running under one of the default WP themes? If so please state so, it helps, the image is inconclusive and doesn’t help much.
If you are running under 2014 or 2015 then you may be inheriting the companion styles we introduced with BP 2.3
If you check the codex in the theme section you will find a guide to these companion styles and instructions on how to de-register those new styles.