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Hi, Youzer heavily customizes BuddyPress so you will likely need to contact their support while this plugin is activated. The js file you mention above is also one of theirs as you can see from the yz initials at the beginning of the file name.
Have you installed and activated bbpress as per https://codex.buddypress.org/getting-started/installing-group-and-sitewide-forums/ ?
It’ll add the settings page to the Dashboard but there won’t be a tab within the buddypress settings.
No messages there on my installs. https://updraftplus.com/problems-with-extra-white-space/ has some more information on this and some troubleshooting steps that are likely worth trying.
I run updraftplus backup and the non pro version of Custmizr but don’t see those errors on any of the sites, where does it appear?
Indeed there is, imath has created a patch which will likely be in the next release https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/8425
I’m not sure when that is scheduled for release but the patch should show the changes required if you wish to make them temporarily yourself.
Do you still experience the issue if you switch to twenty twenty theme? If the problem is specific to the theme and as it is a premium theme you should be able to receive support from the developer?
There seems to be an error in the css BuddyPress supplies.
You can search for
and replace none with inherit
I’ll open a ticket to have this fixed.
Ignore the above, I see the login button you are using which doesn’t actually log you in. I’d guess this is theme specific so you will need to check with them. You can double check by changing to twenty twenty or similar to see if the problem persists.
Seems to be working ok for me, have you tried another browser?
The members page only shows accounts that have logged in at least once, have they signed in?
What happens if you try with the Twenty Twenty theme, have you also tested with other plugins disabled?
Have you tried with twenty twenty theme or other plugins disabled? I can see error messages in the console from plugins conflicting.
Others may have a considerably better solution but I’d probably run a query to get all the User IDs that match your requirements, set those user IDs to an unused user level then use a plugin like bulk delete to delete the users with that access.
ahh no you certainly should not be missing all that, it may be worth disabling, deleting the plugin then re-installing and activating with default theme (2019) and other plugins disabled.
Either some files are missing or another plugin is interfering with the initial setup process.
Which default pages are you missing? Have you enabled the relevant components through the buddypress settings?
I believe you can also just create blank pages with suitable names and assign in the buddypress settings.
ahh apologies, not sure why the top nav didn’t load for me on one of the pages.
Have you switched themes to 2019 or similar to ensure it does appear, if it does do you overload any files in your theme? Alas this isn’t my area of expertise, although little is 😉
If you use your developer tools and search for site-navigation, you have some css that is hiding this block as it is still within the page code.
The plugin shanebp linked does normal wordpress pages, if you read the instructions it adds an option to each page/post so you can select whether it is private or not. Also did you ask the creators of “Restrict User Access – Membership Plugin with Force” about blocking groups etc as it says BP is supported.
If you create a child theme, copy the template file then you can make changes to the template to move components etc.
You can add a link to https://yoursite/groups/create/ which bring up the screen for group creation?
What plugin are you using to restrict access to buddypress? This will likely need reconfigured if it is also blocking bbpress.
Which buttons are you trying to remove? What have you tried so far? The simplest is often using css, something like https://www.ostraining.com/blog/wordpress/hide-element-css/ may help
Hi, you’ll likely need to provide more information to receive help with this.
It will depend which BuddyPress template pack you are using, check the following link for nouveau https://buddypress.org/support/topic/remove-last-active-status/
Register will redirect you to the homepage if you are already logged in, try another browser or private window to see the page if you don’t wish to logout.
When I try to visit /miembros/ the page loads correctly, when are you expecting it to redirect to the members page?