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  • Thanks for the reply Paul.

    Do you know how can I go about telling a non-BP template page that I want it to display a BP user’s data?

    Basically, I’ve copied the code from ‘members/single/home.php’ into a non-BP template file, but none of the user data is appearing. Having compared ‘home.php’ with my non-BP template file there’s no difference in the code, so there’s obviously something happening elsewhere to specify which pages are BP pages.

    Sorry if I’m not making much sense, it’s hard to explain…

    Hi Brajesh, thanks for the reply.

    I think I understand what you mean – I remember reading something before on changing the output of action/filter. I’ll look into it a bit more.


    Matt
    Member

    @matm00

    Thanks for the info @LPH2005. I’ve checked out the Q&A plugin from WPMU Dev and it looks great! It says on the site that it works perfectly with Buddypress, but I need to find out what that actually means? The main thing is that I need people to be able to follow each other like on Twitter rather than just receive email notifications of questions they’re following. I’ll dig a little deeper, but this all looks promising :)


    Matt
    Member

    @matm00

    Another hosting company I’ve heard are quite good is Site5 – does anyone know what they’re like?


    Matt
    Member

    @matm00

    Interesting. I’m with Fasthosts and while they’re fine for most everything what you get is what you get, so I can’t change the memory allocation.

    I’m actually thinking of switching to Media Temple – anyone know if Buddypress works on their Grid-Service?


    Matt
    Member

    @matm00

    I’ve just done a new clean install of everything (WP, DB, Buddypress) and the same thing has happened again.

    I thought it might be because I’d not changed my permalink setting to anything other than the default, but clearly not. I guess it’s this memory issue which is strange because it’s never been a problem with other plugins/scripts that I’ve used before. Is there any reason why Buddypress is so ‘greedy’ with memory? ;)


    Matt
    Member

    @matm00

    Here’s one of the error messages (I’ve removed IP addresses and paths):

    [Fri Jun 03 12:41:34 2011] [error] [client …] FastCGI: server “/var/www/fcgi/php-cgi” stderr: PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 122880 bytes) in /[…]/wp-admin/includes/upgrade.php on line 1474

    It looks like Buddypress is trying to use more than 32MB, which is the amount allocated to my server. I’m not sure if I can change this as it’s a shared host? Is there any way around this?

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