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    @jdc2018 Have you set the WordPress admin panel > Settings > Permalinks to a configuration other than the default configuration. mod_rewrite must be enabled on your server for pretty permalinks to work.

    If changing permalinks doesn’t work: WP/BP versions? What theme are you using? What other plugins are activated in your site? Where are you hosted?

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    @vinzen We apologize for the inconvenience to the lady and yourself. We try to follow accessibility guidelines and unfortunately some items fell through the cracks per our recent automated audits on the frontend and backend screens. The manual accessibility audits were to be done after the tickets above were fixed. Please be assured that we’ll let you know how to resolve the issue as soon as possible. Thank you for reporting the issue and for your patience.

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    @sebastianpierre BuddyPress is compatible with nearly all WordPress themes out of the box. I am assuming that you’re on the latest WordPress and BuddyPress verions. Change theme to either Twenty Fifteen or Twenty Fourteen, check if all the BP pages are showing up as expected. If it is, then double-check that you have the_title and the_content template tags in your custom theme’s page.php file.

    bp-template-pack files in my root folder

    Just to be clear, if you’re referring to this plugin https://github.com/boonebgorges/bp-template-pack then I suggest that you deactivate it and remove the folder/files you moved to your theme folder. If you’re referring to the bp-legacy files then I suggest that you resolve the issue of BP pages showing up in your theme first before doing any kind of customization.

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    Something may be getting lost in translation, but if you mean you want the user who has just logged in to be redirected to his/her profile, then check out https://wordpress.org/plugins/bp-redirect-to-profile/

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    @dptashny BuddyPress requires “pretty permalinks” and not those almost pretty permalinks where you add index.php after your domain name — a “quick fix” for sites hosted in Windows servers but will not work for BuddyPress sites. Where are you hosted? If this is a new account, best thing to do is move to Linux hosting ASAP.

    Having said that, there are tutorials on how to reconfigure your IIS settings to generate the pretty permalinks, but there are different strokes for different IIS versions and you would need access to the server. Have you tried contacted support staff of your hosting provider to assist you or if they are familiar with WP pretty permalinks?

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    Thanks @darrenmeehan :)

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    > there is basic info displayed and all-in-all it doesn’t look horrible…but it is no ok.
    @mariofrombelgium Don’t know what kind of theme you chose. But you can create a buddypress.php file in the root of your theme. Convert the page.php to include the_title and the_content tags and that’s what you add to buddypress.php.

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    @minglonaire not sure what plugin you used which has shady contact links but the one from BuddyDev.com doesn’t have those
    http://buddydev.com/plugins/bp-signup-avatar/ with info in blog post

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    You’re welcome :)

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    @ashket That could be related to a theme or a plugin issue because that’s not normal at all. What are your WP/BP versions for that installation? If you change to Twenty Fifteen theme and deactivate all plugins except BuddyPress, is the issue you reported resolved?

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    >>> when you say the source code of my webpage, I am uncertain what other files to look in
    @rebekahmeuir I mean when you’re viewing your website in the browser, right click to bring up menu and then go to View Source or View Page Source, depends on the browser you’re using. Then look for something like this: `http://yoursite.com/wp-includes/js/jquery/jquery.js?ver=1.11.2 in the source code.

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    @loralai great! Marking this as resolved.

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    @rebekahmeuir Just helped someone who had an issue with cropping the image as well. The issue there was that the jQuery files needed were not enqueued for some reason. Could you check the source code of your webpage and see something like this is in the source ….jcrop/jquery.Jcrop.min.js?ver=0.9.12 ?

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    @loralai I looked at the source code and jQuery files are missing. Aside from which, there are two versions of the CSS from BuddyPress, the regular one and the minified one, and the same goes for the JS from BuddyPress, one minified and the other is not.

    Open up your theme’s header.php file and make sure that <?php wp_head(); ?> is placed immediately before the closing </head> in your theme. Remove the hard-coded BuddyPress stylesheets and JavaScript files (if you did hard code those in your theme).

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    @rebekahmeuir
    Double-checked and found out I was using WP_DEBUG and SCRIPT_DEBUG in the wp-config.php file of my test installation which was why I was getting the error message. Removed both and it was cleared. Could you check if you have any of those two in your wp-config.php file?

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    @rebekahmeuir I was able to replicate the issue using WP 4.2.2 and BP 2.2.3.1. Going to create a ticket in BuddyPress trac and post the link here.

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    @loralai Could you please provide more information about your installation like:
    – WP/BP versions?
    – Where are you hosted?
    – If you change to the WP Default Theme and deactivate all plugins except BuddyPress, can you crop the image then?

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    @minglonaire Depends on what theme you’re using? You can always apply the CSS used for the member’s directory list to that of the group member’s list by using browser’s developer tools in Firefox, Chrome, and in latest Internet Explorer.

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    @keneohiaeri Where are you hosted? Have you tried deactivating all plugins except BuddyPress and changing to the Twenty Fifteen theme to check if it’s working in that scenario?

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    @rebekahmeuir Deactivate plugins except BuddyPress and change to the Twenty Fifteen theme. Then go to admin dashboard and navigate to Media > Add New. Can you upload images and see the thumbnails of the images you uploaded there?

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    > When i login as a user the buddy bar does not display at all.

    @fugu78 BP/WP versions? Have you tried deactivating plugins except BuddyPress to check if issue is resolved i.e., plugin conflict?

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    @dleit Re: There is a picture to the right of the instruction depicting how step 7 should go, but I don’t ever see that screen when I try to do step 7.

    Looks like you deactivated bbPress. If you activate it again and cannot find the Forum Attribute box, then I suggest you try re-uploading bbPress via s/FTP or you can delete bbPress from the admin backend then install it again.

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