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> then click on ‘Complete Signup’ button but nothing happens and no users are created in the backend.
@startershut Click on wp-admin menu Users and click on BP’s Pending link on screen then activate the user you just created. https://codex.buddypress.org/administrator-guide/pending-users-admin-screen/
Here’s how regular member registration works: https://codex.buddypress.org/member-guide/registration/
@jrunfitpro What do you mean by “removing bbPress”? Deactivating/deleting bbPress from Plugins page doesn’t cause any issue per check in my local installation. WP/BP/bbPress versions?
@claenjoy EPS file as image/avatar is not supported in any browser. You can upload/download an EPS file but it will not be displayed or rendered as image by FF, IE, Chrome, etc.
@quinngoldwin I’m not aware of any plugin that does what you want out of the box. At this stage, you might want to look at https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-job-manager/ and a BP plugin https://wordpress.org/plugins/buddypress-job-manager/ and try work from there to set up a jobs category home page similar to what you posted above. Haven’t worked with either plugin before but the plugin author of the WP Job Manager has very good rep.
You could post at the official WordPress Jobs Board at https://jobs.wordpress.net and/or our jobs board at https://buddypress.org/support/forum/plugin-forums/bp-jobs-board/
@rockoria You’re welcome. Marking this post as resolved.
@rockoria Pull down the “Screen Options” tab near the upper right corner of the page. This will show up “Groups” and you can set it to show max of 999 groups on the page. That way, you only delete 4 times.
Otherwise the only option is to go to your database and delete some tables and rows in some other tables. Cleaner and safer way is still to proceed deleting the groups via Groups Admin screen.
Issue posted above has been resolved in BP Trac https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/6554
> Mass-deleting Buddypress groups?
@rockoria Safest way is to go to wp-admin/dashboard and click on the “Groups” link in the menu. You’ll get the updated version of what you see in the following image https://mercime.files.wordpress.com/2013/02/groups-dashboard-admin.png
> either the Groups associated with each User
> to show Users associated with each Group
Just go to yoursite.com/groups/[nameofgroup]/members and you’ll find the list of members who joined or were invited to the group
@felipexx85 You’d need to go to your site’s Activity directory page e.g. http://example.com/activity
The content of the selectbox will depend on what components you have activated and plugin you have installed. For example, Topics and Replies only show up in the selectbox if bbPress plugin is activated.
@stegtflesk Looks like you’re using a premium theme with it’s own features built in. Not sure, because we need more information, like what theme are you using? Have you tried asking at the theme author’s forums? We have no access to premium themes.
@fridafric Most of the information on that book is obsolete. If you want blogs, you need to create a network first, and that is a WordPress function which BuddyPress supports. Deactivate BuddyPress and other plugins first the follow instructions at https://codex.wordpress.org/Create_A_Network
Do make sure that your multisite installation is working as expected before activating BuddyPress.
@quinngoldwin Glad you had it resolved, thanks for posting back. Strange that it happened in the first place.
@serfma They posted a walk-through about setting up BuddyPress last year using the Divi 2.0 theme at http://www.elegantthemes.com/blog/tips-tricks/an-introduction-to-buddypress Check with them though if current Divi version is compatible with latest BuddyPress version.
@alezzzzz go to Settings > General and uncheck that you or the admin placed in “Membership — Anyone can register”.
@vinzen I was initially able to confirm the issue reported by the lady in the original post. However, upon consultation with another developer, testing in another laptop, and restarting the other laptop I used to test the issue, the result is that one can open the file selection box using keyboard navigation.
Could you please ask her to restart computer/clear caches and check again? She can open the image file selection box using the
Enterkey or the
If the above don’t resolve the issue, can she give us more information about: the browser/s she is using, PC/Mac, other assistive technology used, etc., and on your end, it would help us to know what theme and plugins you have installed in your site.
If you find any more issues, please let us know.
@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?
@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.
@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.
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/
@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?
@kiwonuhm WP/BP versions? Where are you hosted? etc.