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  • ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    That would be great (if it were added to BP core).

    Re my backup issues I have sent it off to my Systems Admin. He’s a genius at this kind of thing.

    Thank you again so very, very much for all your help!


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    Thank you for the suggestion. I deactivated the XProfile plugin first and ran the backup job – still had the error, so I deactivated the BuddyPress plugin and ran the backup job again. I still have the error. I guess I’m going to have to look into this further.

    One thing I did notice when I deactivated the XProfile plugin, I retained all my current extra fields. The only one I had a problem with is birthdate. It used to show age, not birthdate. Perhaps there is a plugin that will deal with just this issue. I’ll have to look around.

    Thank you again for all your excellent help. I really appreciate it!!!!


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    Yes, I think it is the same issue as the one I originally wrote about re XProfile Custom Fields showing an error on my dashboard.

    I got the notification on the dashboard first, then I saw that my backups also had problems. I think both are related to the same plugin.

    Your solution helped with the dashboard issue. It is no longer showing.


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    Oh no, I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to imply that your changes caused it.

    This backup error happened before I made the changes.

    Your changes helped me very much!


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    Wow! That puts me in a real pickle, but at least I know now. Thank you so much!

    I’ll talk to my coder about it.


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    Is anyone likely to update BuddyPress Xprofile Custom Fields?


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    It happens when I run BackWPup. There are no line numbers. It shows up in the logs as follows.

    [18-May-2018 09:49:33] Database backup done!
    [18-May-2018 09:49:33] 1. Trying to create a WordPress export to XML file …
    [18-May-2018 09:49:36] Check WP Export file …
    [18-May-2018 09:49:36] WP Export file is a valid WXR file.
    [18-May-2018 09:49:36] Compressing file …
    [18-May-2018 09:49:36] Compressing done.
    [18-May-2018 09:49:36] ERROR: Call to a member function close() on null
    [


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    Wonderful! Thank you so much Varun! Much appreciated!


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    No, there is no redirect. It is just a link in the login box.

    See screenshot at https://prnt.sc/jdgxeq


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    My coder gave me the following information. It works for me. If it doesn’t work for you, I’m sorry but I don’t know what to tell you. I’m not a coder.

    CUSTOM MENU SHORTCODES

    Create a simple shortcode by adding the following in child-theme’s functions.php file

    add_shortcode( 'bp_user_profile_link', 'bp_user_profile_link_shortcode');
    function bp_user_profile_link_shortcode( $atts ){
    	$atts = shortcode_atts( array(
    		'text'		=> 'Profile',
    		'target'  => ''
    	), $atts );
    	if( !is_user_logged_in() )
    		return '';
    	$target_link = bp_loggedin_user_domain();
    	switch( $atts['target'] ){
    		case 'settings' : $target_link .= 'settings/'; break;
    		case 'profile'  : $target_link .= 'profile/'; break;
    		case 'edit_profile'  : $target_link .= 'profile/edit/'; break;
    	}
    
    	return "<a href='" . $target_link . "'>" . $atts['text'] . "</a>";  }

    Now this gives you the chance to choose which profile link you want to target. So

    1) For the main member page (activity) use the following shortcode:
    [bp_user_profile_link text=”Profile” ]

    2) For the View Profile page
    [bp_user_profile_link text=”View My Profile” target=”profile”]

    3) For the Edit Profile page
    [bp_user_profile_link text=”Edit My Profile” target=”edit_profile”]

    CUSTOM MENU URL (this may be very specific to my website. I don’t know.

    Edit Profile: https://yourwebsite.com/members/–sububsername–/profile/edit/group/1/

    Hope this helps.


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    Thank you so much Henry. I have done as you suggest. Much appreciated!


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    Thank you. I wrote to the support forums several days ago but nobody has replied. I will try to find the author.


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    Thank you but it still doesn’t work. I appreciate you trying though. Thank you again.


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    Thank you. I put the code in bp-custom.php but it didn’t work.

    I don’t know how to hook to wp instead of init.


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    Thank you for your response. I tried adding it to the bp-core-filters.php file but it didn’t help. I also tried adding it as an mu-plugin, and also in my child-theme functions.php file, but none of them fixed the problem.

    Where exactly should I be adding this code please.
    Thanks!


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    Thank you, thank you, thank you! Yes BP is network activated, but I modified the code as you suggested and it fixed the problem!

    I’ve been trying to get this resolved for months. Thank you so much!


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    Network Super Admin


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    I know that seems like a logical suggestion but please know that, in addition to all the above, I have cleared browser and wp-rocket history and cache, and have reinstalled a fresh download of buddypress.


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    It either goes completely blank or it says error.

    I have now removed my bp-custom.php file and some of the content in my functions.php and now when I register the process completes but you can’t login. The page just never loads.


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    This is just great! Many thanks for the workaround. It solves my problem.

    Much appreciated!!!


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    This is a perfect solution. Thank you!

    Now, just one more thing. It says “This field can be seen by: All Members”

    How do I change that to “Only Me”?


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    Oh my, that would be wonderful! Thank you!


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    Gosh I love how you folks are trying to help me. I really do appreciate it. Unfortunately this code just gives me the spinning ball too. We never get logged in.


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    Is there a way to make this link (from Sidebar Login Widget) go to BuddyPress Profile or Edit Profile

    Profile | %admin_url%/profile.php


    ma3ry
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    @ma3ry

    That code prevents anyone from logging in. After submitting username and password the ball just spins and page never loads.

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