Thanks Shane! I’ll give this a shot when I get back to home this evening and let you guys know how it works out. I’m afraid the little profile I made doesn’t do any sorts of compares, it just lets me know if it is loaded before or after certain other hooks like init, the_content and such.. I’ll have to reopen that and add bp_load and get a better…[Read more]
Nope. The hook does work, because profiler says the function is called later now, but the function still doesn’t seem to exist and throws the undefined function exception.
Also, other plugins do as well including gears which is used by theme authors such as myself for allowing users to easily add elements to a website from buddypress.
This is what I have (I shorted the above code as an example of how to hook into bp_ready)
function executeSteamID()[Read more]
$steam64id = xprofile_get_field_data('Steam64 ID', get_current_user_id());
$steamUser = xprofile_get_field_data('Steam User', get_current_user_id());
$steamCache = xprofile_get_field_data('Steam Cache',…
So… make sure this is right…
I guess the question is “how” to hook into it or do you use bpready directly in place of add_action ?
May I ask for an example.. If I see how it is used, I can run with that being as there…[Read more]
Actually, that brings me to another issue it seems…
Call to undefined function xprofile_get_field_data()
Did that function change? I’m currently using it on a steam community website to pull steam ID’s so I can poll steam and display a stream widget on the user’s profile page.
Sorry, you are not allowed to access this page.
Is now thrown when the admin tries to edit any xprofile field.
I’ve taken the following steps:
1) Disabled theme
2) Disabled all plugins
The problem persisted which likely means there was an oops in the release.
If it helps the site is multisite (just in case it can’t be replicated on a single-site)
The only 3D Captcha for wordpress and the only captcha that can stop ALL spam bots today 🙂
We just released version 2.4.2 and have been testing this version for the past week. Now that it is concluded and released, we have some intresting statistics to share:
(specail thanks to http://ocr-research.org.ua/ in the research)
Software – OCR success %
Simple CAPTCHA (latest) 28.0%
reCAPTCHA (latest) 69.2%
Super CAPTCHA 2.2.0 47.8%
As of 2.4.0 Super CAPTCHA now fully supports the one-and-only 3D CAPTCHA for WordPress 🙂 I’ve been running this on my own BuddyPress site and in generally getting 50-60 spam signups per day using the Google reCAPTCHA, the 3D feature killed all bot signups, in fact we have only had 1 spamer in the past week now and I suspect it was a manual…[Read more]
@erbrown Are you still having this issue with Super CAPTCHA with 2.4.2?
@maetthew Possible, but a bit out of the scope for what the plugin was inteded for. This plugin does not negate email activation requirements set by the global configurations or other plugins — it simply stops and traps users that fail the CAPTCHA tests.
@sidjags This was resolved a while back and fixed. For fact it should be working in v 2.4.2.
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