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Thanks DANBP, i will give that a shot.
What i am trying to achieve is to have my sitewide activity sorted by likes. Ill use a ‘recipe’ site as a simple example. I would like my users to be able to post recipes and have other users like there favorite recipes. I would like my ‘Sitewide Activity’ page to be organized with most liked recipes at the top.
As far as i can tell this is the only plugin that will allow that. There is an option to allow voting on buddypress activities, which led me to believe this was possible.
Any advice would be much appreciated. Do you think if i learn enough about PHP i will be able to edit the code to allow this plugin to do this?
Is there anyway to modify the functions of sitewide activity in my own file? One that will still exist after a update?
Incase anybody has a similiar problem in the future, for some reason my permalinks were set to a strange stucture. The steps i took were:
1. Go to Settings> Permalinks and change to default structure.
2. Go to Tools>Buddypress and repaired all three boxes.
3. Message appears at top of screen “Buddypress is almost ready! Please change permalinks from default structure.”
4. Changed Permalinks back to custom structure. (The structure changed from the long one that it was set to, it now showed “http://example.com/archives/%post_id%”
Pages now render properly.
Thanks Danbp for pointing out the relation to permalinks.
Even the members page only shows the title ‘members’ and a link to edit the page. No page content rendered by buddypress.
Thank you, i will give it a shot when I get home.