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Rename the CSS folder.
This causes the parent theme folder to load instead, and everything displays properly.
Did you have to do anything other than paste the code into your child theme functions.php file?
I tried it, but was unsuccessful.
Yep, went thru all the routine trouble shooting items.
It’s resolved now. Turns out it was a browser issue, specific to Chrome.
Cheers my friend!
Some interesting news with this. Per suggestions in other forums (i.e. Buddy-Trac, etc.), they thought the issue might be related to my host’s caching, so I wrote Site Ground Support and asked them to check into the problem. Her reply is below:
“I was able to load the page in Mozilla and Safari with no resolving errors. However, once I opened it with Google Chrome, the error appear. I have cleared the application cache and deactivated plugins, however, to no avail. The issue is not server related it is an issue with the code”
After receiving her reply, I went and tested her findings for myself. Indeed, she was right. However, the investigation with different browsers must have caused a “break thru” with Chrome, because it no longer shows the error. This is true for multiple sites I manage that had the same issue.
Not sure why that solved the problem, but thought I’d let you guys know about it.
Thanks for taking the time to help.
Spot on. It was a setting in rtMedia
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.
Following up after my last reply. I added your code to the specified directory. I receive this error in all my Buddypress interfaces (i.e. members, forums, etc.)
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘<‘ in /home/swiftbus/public_html/5firemen.com/wp-content/plugins/buddypress/bp-groups/classes/class-bp-groups-member.php on line 1314
I just get a white screen with that error in it.
After deleting your code from the file directory above, the problem went away.
However, the original Groups Header issue still persists.
Hope that helps! 🙂
Sure thing. I copied and added the code from the Pastie link you provided, to the directory you specified.
Anything you need me to do to follow up?
Theme: Kleo (Parent and Child) Latest version
WP: Latest Version
BP: Latest Version
Having the same issue and have reported it in Buddypress Trac, Buddypress Support forums (here) and discussed it at length with Seventh Queen (theme developer).
Tried it with all themes…parent, child, and default 2016. Problems exist in all themes
Turned off all plugins. Problem persists regardless.
Cleaned all caches, including host, and Cloudflare.
Can’t seem to find a solution. Any ideas?