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Yeah, I set the permalinks right away.
MySQL version 5.1
Apache version 2.2.27
PHP version 5.2.17
I’m taking it as a sign to move on for now. Thanks everyone for your help!
Well, just to make things even more interesting, rather than deleting everything (didn’t want to lose all the other WP customizations I’d already done), I created a new directory on my host, installed a new version of WP using a new DB and everything. Didn’t install one plugin except BuddyPress and used the out of the box Twenty Fourteen theme.
Still having the issue. Checked the DB via PhpMyAdmin, and it’s still showing the partially empty table rows.
I’m taking this as a sign that it’s just not meant to be…
Sorry for any confusion.
I have WP multisite installed on the same server which runs my main site. It does not have BuddyPress installed on it.
I have a clean, single version of WP installed in a separate directory on that same host. That’s the one I’m trying to get BP to work on. As far as I know, I installed it through the Add New Plugins panel directly from WP.
As far as the DB goes, I’m not that well-versed with mySQL, but I can export this. Under wp_bp_activity, I can see my test entries for “activity_update” “activity_comment” and “new_avatar”, all of which are showing up in the front end in the Activity stream.
However, when I post a comment in a blog, even though it shows up fine under the actual blog in the front end, this is the row that is added to the DB under the table wp_bp_activity:
id = 39
user_id = 2
component = members
type = last_activity
secondary_item_id = NULL
hide_sitewide = 0
mptt_left = 0
mptt_right = 0
is_spam = 0
In other words, action, content, primary_link, and item_id have NOTHING in them, which is not the case for the other rows that are showing up fine.
Not sure if this sheds any light…
Thanks for the link, Ronia. Unfortunately, adding the filter to my theme’s functions.php file didn’t do the trick for me.
Still no comments in the activity stream 🙁
Shoot. Well thanks for your effort.
I wonder if there would be any benefit to deleting buddypress altogether and reinstalling it?
Anybody else have any thoughts? I hate the idea of having to abandon Buddypress 🙁
Just to clarify, it already is (and has been) UNchecked.
Do you want me to CHECK it?
Just in case, I just deactivated Buddypress, posted a comment, and then re-activated it and posted another comment. Still no dice.
I also have “Discourage search engines from indexing this site” UNchecked in Settings > Reading (in case that matters)
Ok, so I just tried again with the Twenty Twelve theme and every single plugin (including Akismet) deactivated, except for Buddypress.
While logged in under a test user account, I left a new comment on a blog post, and still no comments showing up in the activity stream at all. (It shows up under the post itself, and I’m getting new comment notifications to my admin email, so the general commenting is working…just not in conjunction with the Activity stream.)
Are there any other settings elsewhere in WP that might be causing this? (I just LOVE when I am the one to discover problems that no one can seem to solve 🙂
Thanks so much for your advice!!
Yes, I have all three boxes checked under Activity Settings, including:
x Allow activity stream commenting on blog and forum posts
x Automatically check for new items while viewing the activity stream
x Allow Akismet to scan for activity stream spam
I actually have all the boxes checked on that Settings tab, except for “Show Toolbar for logged out users.”
On the Components tab, I have everything checked EXCEPT “User Groups”
Finally, comments that are made within the Activity Stream are showing up. Comments made on blog posts are not.
I feel like there is something easy I’m missing here, but I just can’t figure it out.
Thanks for your help!
Just a little more info…
I’ve tried this with all plugins deactivated except buddypress and akismet, and also with the twenty thirteen theme. Still no blog comments are showing up in the Activity Stream at all in either scenario. I would think that should eliminate plugin or custom theme conflicts as issues.
I have WordPress multisite installed elsewhere on my domain, but this is installed in a fresh, single WordPress installation (4.0) in a different directory.
I’ve seen a bunch of old threads in this forum that talk about search engine blocking being a factor, but I’m not sure which settings are relevant to that in the recent version of WP.
I am desperate for some insight!