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OK, the menu options have disappeared again, on some of my sites, but not all.
If I change this in bbpress.php
'show_ui' => current_user_can( 'bbp_topics_admin' ),
'show_ui' => current_user_can( 'manage_options' ),
I can see the Topics menu. Same if I change the permissions for the Forums and Replies menu.
Why should it be that the Forums, Topics and Replies menus are showing in some of my sites, but not others? I am administrator and keyholder in all of my sites.
Hmm, looks like it was a temporary glitch – switching BBPress off and on again made the menus re-appear for site admins … :/
Wellll… after much debugging. I had to override members->single->blogs.php in my child theme and set the subnav to have a
<div class="item-list-tabs no-ajax" id="subnav" role="navigation">
I don’t know if I lose anything with the My Sites page if no-ajax is set.
It would really be much nicer if I could just achieve this in the plugin without messing with the theme. Or have I done something wrong here?
The Edit Author Slug plugin seems to be the answer to my prayers. I can adapt it to set user_nicename to firstname + lastname. And if that identifier is already taken, it returns firstnamelastname-2, and so on.
I should be able to switch @mentions back on when this is set up, as noone has used it in my system so far.
But which hook should I use to set my custom user_nicename on the creation of a user? More homework required…
I don’t have a blog on that site, and if I did, presumably I wouldn’t have access to site number 1 to test it.
Perhaps my post was unclear..?
Thanks, I will take a look at his limit-blogs-per-user plugin too, that might have some useful ideas in it.
A better solution was to add
to body.wp-admin in wp-admin.css
I have this problem too since updating.
This declaration in adminbar.css is being overriden by global.css in wp-admin:
global.css sets padding to 0.
Change the above in adminbar.css to this for a fix:
padding-top: 25px !important;
I don’t know why the priorities have changed – perhaps the style sheets load in a different order now.
I’m guessing this is to do with mod_rewrite and the rewrite rules in .htacess…
Thanks, i had tried something like that but forgot to specify the number of attributes in the add_action entry. Seems to be working OK now.
I tried update_options_blogname, and the hook fires, but the value passed to my function seems to be the old content of the blogname field, rather than the new one. I could call update_option(‘blogname’, newvalue) from within my function, but that would probably lead to a recursive loop of death.
Alice, that is a different issue. You just need to set appropriate write permissions on the upload folder. You may be able to do that with your FTP client.
I’ve narrowed the problem down to the BuddyPress Sitewide Featured Posts plugin….
Any ideas folks?
I’m happy to dig around in the code to find where menu options are filtered according to user status – but should I be looking at the individual themes, or a universal setting somewhere?