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I needed similar functionality and was unable to find an existing component/plugin that was flexible enough for our needs. We are currently in the final stages of launching a first version of a company profile add on for our buddypress installation. We’ve built it using the pods plugin at http://podscms.org. I can send you a demo link once its ready if you would like to check it out.
@etiviti, Is there a way to change the code you have provided on your website to send emails to the new user instead of the admin?
Does welcome pack override the default email sent at user registration to the new user or does it send a separate message?
Has anyone figured out how to use cubepoints with WordPress MU + Buddypress?
Do let us know when the plugin is available for download in the directory. Thanks!
Never made a plugin myself so can’t help you in that matter. But thanks a lot for making the effort, your plugin will be very useful once its ready.
Thanks for introducing this interesting plugin to us. Are you still planning to package this into a buddypress plugin?
Looks like you managed to get it working with a lot of actions. Please consider documenting your steps so others can also benefit from them.
Also, would love to see your implementation if you can post a link. Thanks!
I give up, I’m just going to ban the proxies if its the only solution.
Do the rules need to be insert at a particular position in the .htaaccess?
Thanks for giving us another useful plugin. I just installed it and will test it properly and let you know if I come across any issues.
The 1 minor problem I see immediately is not specific to this plugin but was only noticed because of it. I am using the default buddypress theme and already have the bp-links and ajax chat plugins installed which create links in the profile menu bar. Now with the send invites link, the bar is too long and spilling over to another row.
Ofcourse, this is a limitation with my theme (I made the default theme fixed narrow width) and not with the plugin but I was wondering if anyone knew how I can easily remove 1 or more of the profile menu bar items which are not essential.
@Slicktig1, did you get it to work properly? In my setup, adding it, vanishes all the widgets underneath it.
I think the display issues I posted about earlier are caused due to a conflict with the WP-Minify plugin: https://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-minify/
I upgraded to bp126.96.36.199/wp2.9.2 from bp1.1.2/bp2.8.6 a couple of days ago and the spam on my site has significantly increased.
I also noticed that spammers from previously banned domains are now able to register.
@Modellooper, just tested on your site. Login seems to be working well.
@justin_k how do I login through regular means after having registered through FB (we know the username but what about the password)? This is in case the plugin is ever removed.
Thanks for creating this great plugin.
Activating the buddypress chat component plugin ver 1.2.5 completely breaks the css on my install. I am running WPMU2.9.2/BP188.8.131.52.
Is there any other information that I can provide specific to the plugin to help fix the problem?
I had the same thought and found this topic while searching for an existing plugin. A badge that connects directly to a profile page would be awesome.
Is there a way to add new categories apart from the default ones provided (new, humor, other)?
Btw, just installed this plugin and it seems to be working flawlessly. Thanks!
I just upgraded to BP184.108.40.206/WP2.9 and now the admin bar is broken in the backend admin. All the links show below the admin footer. My theme is basically the default with color changes.
vinbytes, you will have to rename the folder through ftp. It cannot be done from the wordpress install itself. You can also check if you host has web based folder access.
I havent had much use for extending bbpress till now (and I believe a lot of the popular plugins are being ported over anyway) so I guess its time to switch to internal bbpress.
Would this also sync with Facebook pages? That would be a fantastic feature!
Thanks, I needed this too.
Since we are on the topic of excluding blogs, is there a way to exclude blogs that have only 1-2 posts? I have several members adding a new blog and posting once of twice and then never again and I would rather not have these clutter the blog directory.
I tried looking here
but there does not seem to be anything that will solve my problem. Can anybody point me to the write place in the files to remove registrations from activity feeds?
Si-Captcha was ineffective in controlling spam registrations on my site. I have to delete 10-15 spammers daily.