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Thanks. That indeed did the trick. However, if I view an individual profile and click on the profile field it shows a page with others who have the same profile term and uses the wrong format again. That is baked into the buddypress profile page. I cannot change that.
see this page and click on the school building tag in the profile: http://iblog.dearbornschools.org/members/kieselh/profile/
Then try the pagination. It’s broke because it uses ?s_= and that is generated by Buddypress for the custom profile.
I saw in the recent BP update this issue was addressed but I am still getting the issue. Am I missing something? As soon as I go to page two the custom search breaks for members.
I will have to check on Monday. We are closing up for the weekend.
Also, I have never done a patch, so I might not be the best candidate to test. Do I just manually edit the files?
Excellent. Glad to find an issue. Hope the fix isn’t difficult.
Thank you so much for your speedy response.
Ps. I am really liking the profile cover photo. Hats off to the devs for such great work.
Wow. Thank you. This seems to work until the very last page of the search pagination.
Instead of showing the last few people it breaks and shows all the users from the search.
http://iblog.dearbornschools.org/teachers-by-school/ click on woodworth and go to page three to see what I mean.
Still, this is much better!
Thank you kindly @r-a-y
Here is the main page: http://iblog.dearbornschools.org/teachers-by-school/
Any of these school links will open a url similar to the one below.
The search filter URL is http://iblog.dearbornschools.org/members/?s=Woodworth
where woodworth is the school they pick in their user profile.
I should point out this is BP 2.4 with WP 4.3. It is multisite with sub directory install.
I am having the same issue since upgrading. And I upgraded 2 sites with similar results.
I just ran the installer right from Buddypress to install bbpress. Anyway to fix this or point me to where 1.2 could be downloaded from?
I too am having this issue. Deleting a forum topic doesn’t trigger the Activity feed deletion.
Where can I download the 1.2 version? I guess for the time being, I am just going to disable activity feeds from the components. I really do need the delete capability when working with K-12 students. Especially for “wire” postings.
It’s funny because I can delete stuff from people’s wire, just not the SWA feeds. This is happening on 2 different installs on two separate servers, both Ubuntu 8.04. Is there a php module that needs to be installed or a server requirement I am missing?
I am running WPMU 2.8.6, BP 1.1.3, and the WPMU LDAP plugin (if that makes a difference).
When you say permission issue, what would that mean? I thought it is a simple database removal?
Is the only way to delete an activity feed entry via the database?? BP puts a delete link there for the admin. I am wondering why I get the Permission Denied error listed above.
Yes. I am talking about the Site Admin Panel. For some reason hidden groups are totally hidden.
I am operating a K-12 student setup and I NEED to see everything as admin!!! PLEASE HELP SO I CAN see any hidden groups as admin.
The reason I am asking is that I work for a K-12 school district and we recently made a big push to using open source software. We are using Joomla for the main district website, Deki Wiki for each of 32 school websites, Moodle for online learning, WPMU+BP for about 650 teacher blogs, PHP Motion for video sharing, and an additional install of WPMUBP for student created blogs which is private.
Check out iBlog for BP, D-Tube for PHP motion, or visit any of the school websites for Deki Wiki. Moodle is iLearn and requires authorization to get in.
If there is anyway to further integrate BP and Joomla, please let me know.
Geez… Foung the trac
I think I got this one… I just deleted any checks for private or public in the file listed above and it was fine. Since we are running a unique install, we don’t care if the blog is public or private.
NEVER MIND! We had a network issue yesterday and the entire thing went down. One of the database tables was corrupt and I ran the repair and all is fine now!
Actually I submitted a story to the Community Blog. It is on the homepage now. BuddyPress in K-12 Education.
I have a design concepts teacher who is introducing it to his students today and they will be creating ePortfolios which I will be making public. If I remember I will share their blog links here so you can see how the students are using it.
If anyone is in “education” and wants to contact me so we can share ideas via phone, please message me here and we can talk. I am pretty excited about what our students are doing with BP and WPMU.
It’s been a little while and we now have 150 users and 138 blogs. Here are what teachers are using it for:
– Student Journals in AP Bio, Bio, and Forensic Science. Daily postings
– An interactive story creation tool for 1st graders
– A student newspaper/news type website with the Community Blog plugin for an after school enrichment program
– ePortfolios for Multimedia Students in Middle School
– ePortfolios for High school Graphic Design students
I am trying to limit access to those who need it or are wanting to use it. Later in April I plan on sending out a mass email to teachers letting them know about the new website.