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The plugin guys sent me an ajax refresh code which didn’t work. I’m not really sure how to go about having the plugin load on the member status updates below the ‘load more’ button. The updates appear as usual, but the like feature isn’t with them.
@henrywright I can try that, but where do I enter the code? Sorry php is still foreign to me.
The pro version.
I’ve asked plugin support but they gave up on me. Yes I have tested multiple themes as well as disabling various plugins to eliminate the possibility of collisions. The js files are the same. I don’t see any errors, so I am a little perplexed.
Thanks for replying. Where do I find the WordPress settings? Under settings in the dashboard I only have access to buddypress and general settings, along with other plugin settings.
I’m at a very amateur level with PHP, if I can avoid it that would be best. But simple adjustments are doable.
I’ve installed that plugin, but members still report that they are unable to post. If I can adjust the ‘spam’ filter that would be awesome, to allow nearly everything besides multiple links.
Update: I just found all the dead posts in the spam folder of ‘Activity’ how can I stop buddypress from labeling certain posts as spam?
I’m Sorry, the link had been changed. The new link is, http://www.knack-shack.com/submissions/
I mean, the space within the submit box, hitting enter
creates this space.
I would like to increase the size of this space.
if you click “show more” at the bottom of the feed, the like feature won’t be activated on those updates.
THis is more of a general question inspired by this specific occurence. I’ve seen many codex inserts for various reasons and issues, I just don’t know where to insert the code. would i need to downlaod the php files and then re-upload or is there a way to access coding via control panel or dashboard. sorry for my lack of knowledge.
for example they gave me this:
if (“undefined” !== typeof(RW))
for an AJAX refresh, but i dont know where to put it