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  • @mrgiblets @ihavetodothis you can change the name of Sitewide Activity when you create a New Page and name it as “Vavoom” for example (leave text area blank) and publish that page. Then you go to admin menu Settings > BuddyPress > Pages and assign “Vavoom” for example to the Activity component and save.

    @andrew55 That “Wall” sounds more like a custom theme issue. Have you contacted the theme author?

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    @style960 for video and other embeds, that’s usually handled by the setting of the content width in your theme’s functions.php file.
    /**
    * Set the content width based on the theme’s design and stylesheet.
    */
    if ( ! isset( $content_width ) ) {
    $content_width = 660;
    }

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    @bluedawg Something like this page using Twenty Fourteen https://codex.buddypress.org/member-guide/activity-personal/

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    @salexys There is only one instance of BuddyPress for a WordPress Multisite installation even if is network-activated. You’d want to check out “F. BuddyPress Multinetwork” in this page https://codex.buddypress.org/getting-started/installation-in-wordpress-multisite/

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    I was wanting the scheduled post drop down like is in the real post editor to be on the BuddyBlog editor on the front side.

    @buddypresslost Ok, you didn’t mention in your original post that you were already using BuddyBlog which is an entirely a different matter :) Please post at @sbrajesh‘s site at BuddyDev.com and check if that’s something he would like to add in his free/premium version.

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    @buddypresslost
    1) The default WordPress Role for all BuddyPress members is the Suscriber role. In order to allow any/some members to go to the backend to create a blog post, you need to navigate to the wp-admin menu Users > All Members and change the role of the member/s from Suscriber to either: :
    – “Contributor” – cannot publish, can only submit a post for review. The Editor or Administrator can schedule the post at future date and the post automatically gets published at the scheduled date.
    – “Author” – can set the publish date to future date and the post gets published at the scheduled date.

    2) Not sure why you need a system as the post does get published at a future date set in the “Publish” attribute within the “Publish” box in the panel.

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    @lehn6 Cool! Marking this topic as resolved :)

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    @aljo1985 Closing this topic. Please feel free to start a new topic with information about WP/BP versions and theme used.

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    @lehn6 For clarity, let’s go over some points you made above.

    >> I have a multisite network set up and had Buddypress installed on http://www.example.com/subsite1, as in that subsite was where the BP install was placed

    So do you have something like this in your wp-config.php:
    define ( 'BP_ROOT_BLOG', $blog_id ); where $blog_id is a the ID number of your subsite

    >> UserPro plugin was added and network activated, then subsite1 was improperly deleted

    Do you mean subsite1 was deleted by you or developer? How was it deleted? Do you have a database backup of your site before subsite1 was deleted?

    >> looking to install BP to the main site and network activate. When I go to do that I find that as soon as I network activate BP the network admin dash and the main site dash are basically the same, where it says I am in the main site dash but none of the pages or posts are displayed.

    How are the network admin dashboard and main site dashboard the same? Do you mean you have no access anymore to the Network Admin menus? https://codex.wordpress.org/File:dashboard.png vs https://codex.wordpress.org/File:superadmin-options.png Can you post a screenshot?

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    then added that to the buddypress pages

    @seph
    Make sure that you didn’t add the Register link under any of the main BP component pages (e.g. Members, Groups, Blogs, Activity) in the menu links.
    Make sure that you didn’t add any text in your “Register” page so that BP can automagically add the Registration Form and the first group of the Profile fields in thepage.
    Make sure that you’re not logged in when you go to the Register page.

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    @ratethetrainers Go to wp-admin menu Settings > BuddyPress > Settings and uncheck “Toolbar – Show the toolbar for logged out users”

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    This added menu bar includes member avatar, Courses, Groups, Stats. I want to hide this member bar or hide/remove STATS(course-stats).

    @tulesi Not quite sure why you cannot remove the Stats when you mentioned you added the it to the menu bar. Or some terms are getting mixed up so it would be better if you provide a screenshot of what you mean or your site url.

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    You’re welcome. Marking this topic as resolved.

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    @alice-kaye also add the following as well to your stylesheet:

    .widget {
    overflow:hidden;
    }

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    @alice-kaye I see them now :) You’d need to add the following to your theme or child theme’s stylesheet.

    .widget div.item-avatar img {
      height: 40px;
      margin: 1px;
      width: 40px;
    }
    
    .widget div.item-avatar img.avatar {
      float: left;
      margin: 0 10px 15px 0;
    }
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    @alice-kaye We’ll have to do this tomorrow when you log in again. Right now, there isn’t even a “Who’s Online” widget in any of the BP pages.

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    @alice-kaye Unfortunately, the theme sidebar’s do not have the usual variables added for widget areas. That’s why you have an unstyled avatars in the “Who’s online” widget. Can you switch to another user so that another avatar would show up. I’d like to see if the div item-list shows up per avatar or for the whole list.

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    @gnasralla Sorry we were not able to help you earlier. Glad you finally resolved the issue :) Marking this topic as resolved.

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    Do you recommend I create text/content and install a form plug-in for my ‘register’ page associated with the BPress first before working on adding Member Profile Fields?

    @dleit please do not install any form plugin for your “Register” page. Leave it blank as BuddyPress will dynamically add the necessary forms. What you need to do is set up the profile fields. Remember that whatever field you add in the first group of the profile field will appear on the right side of the Reigstration form.

    It just doesn’t seem like it will solve the “user registration is currently not allowed” issue.

    After you add the member profile fields/group(s) you want for your community, I suggest going to the admin menu Settings > General and Allow Registrations. BP Codex is your friend https://codex.buddypress.org/getting-started/register-and-activation-pages/

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    @zrago As @djsteveb noted above, we have no access to a premium theme so the best thing is to contact the theme author.

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    Other relevant information in closed duplicated topic https://buddypress.org/support/topic/members-visibility-2/

    @gnasralla WP/BP versions?

    Multisite User Management Plugin

    Is the issue happening for the users you added through this plugin? How about for those which registered the regular route or you (admin)?

    I opened a new browser window and I pasted that link and I changed http:// to https:// and it worked fine!

    Could be that you have not properly configured your http-server software. I would suggest you contact support of your hosting provider to help as they would know what’s required for your plan/package much better than we at the support forums would.

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    @shanebp Wow nice! Thank you :)

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    I created a page for each component in this plug-in and I don’t know what to do next.

    @dleit It depends. You could start adding Member Profile Fields and/or Create Groups and/or install Group and/or Sitewide Forums if you need forums.

    btw, spammers have been removed :)

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