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It was a function at child theme filtering one of the xprofile fields.
Thanks a lot for your concern.
There’s nothing wrong with the theme suffusion, any plugin or Buddypress.
All I had to do was perform a browser’s cache cleaning.
Certainly there was an outdated jquery version loaded on my browser’s cache.
Thanks a lot Henry for your concern.
Thanks Henry for your quick response.
I’m using Suffusion theme.
I’m not using template pack conpatibility provided that since BP 1.7 it just became unecessary. However I’m using in child theme /buddypress/members/members-loop.php which I’ve copied from BP-legacy and customized to have a different layout and display xprofile fields information.
I removed this file to force the use of the original BP markup and the problem remains.
So it’s Ajax related.
With that file renaming my styles are back.
Thanks a lot.
Thanks a lot for the hints on this but it seems that either I’m missing something or there’s a bug somewhere.
Turns out that When it comes to learn how are things done I always try to RTFM and in this case I did.
Going further, I’ve moved my css folder containing buddypress.css file to buddypress folder at my child theme as alternative option given at documentation (https://codex.buddypress.org/themes/theme-compatibility-1-7/add-buddypress-styles-to-a-theme/) and no way to have it working.
I didn’t see nothing on documentation mentioning that CSS folder was deprecataded neither at 2.1 changelog.
Can you elaborate more on how’s the current BP system to apply custom styles?
the site site is in http://obidosaeroclube.com.
I’ve received in my GWT a bunch of 404 errors with that link structure.
This airfield site was previously made in another platform diferent from WordPress and with another domain. Once that the new site got ready I’ve asked the previous site webmaster to make a redirection from the old domain to the new and delete the old site. So he did it.
After reading you, I guess the redirection made by the old site webmaster is causing this.
I don’t find another fix for this than block at robots.txt – Disallow: /terms.asp?
What do you think ?
Thanks in advance
There’s another plugin I’ve just found:
There’s at least 2 plugins for wordpress that handle flags according visitors IP to do some function. I guess one of them makes use of shortcodes to put anywhere (posts, pages, widgets) to display some visitors country flag.
Ipgp User Country Flag
The plugin will show your visitors their country flag, based on their IP Address. You can add it as a widget to your sidebar, using a shortcode in your post or pages or directly in your template trough template tags.
Maybe you can go with this one, If you do I’ll be glad to know how did you solve it.
I’ve just found out this thread https://buddypress.org/community/groups/how-to-and-troubleshooting/forum/topic/configuring-w3-total-cache-with-buddypress/
Last update was 2 years back. It must be outdated.
anyone wants to add what to enable and what to avoid from plugin settings?
I can add that Browser Cache enabled hides from non logged users groups content.
The current version of SeoPress conflicts with group forums, you can’t edit or delete topics and shows wrong count for each forum topics list, So its unusable in my case.
Totally agree with regular posting and all that stuff. The problem is on a regular wordpress blog, you need to adjust seo settings otherwise you will be producing duplicated content and getting penalties from google on your rank.
Depending on the theme you use meta titles and meta description change, You may want to control that too to adjust it to your site specifics.
As far as I know target keywords is the primary criteria search engines use to map sites and build their listings to output in search queries, why shouldn’t one exploit that to be found by the keywords he wants to and not by some random keywords that he never knows what they are?
Totaly agree with G+ circles and add Facebook, Twitter, and the rest of social networks.
When you have a site you must have a strategy for capture visitors, You have plenty that influence how your site is build. Search engines, social networks, advrtisement, you name it.
Returning to my inicial question, What’s the best way to handle SEO optimization with BP?
Again concerning this issue and commenting on @djpaul
It might be a bbPress bug. You should start a discussion on the bbPress forums at bbpress.org,
I guess this is a Buddypress issue too. Not saying that its original cause isn’t related with how bbPress handles buddypress integration but the fact is once you install sitewide forums you don’t get sitewide forums activity integration as promised, only groups forum integration.
You should go deep on this and make sure someone fix it.
I’ve just made a new install in a new subdomain with no plugins, default theme, only WP, BP and BBP and it just doesn’t update sitewide forums at activity stream.
Unless my hosting is causing this, there’s an important bug around.
I’m not getting any answer on this at bbpress forums.
I’ve Already tried to disable all plugins, switch to default theme, reset buddypress and bbpress installation, review all settings, everything looks fine, even members profile have the forums tab with the topics list correct and no updates from forums at activity stream.
Is it just me or there’s more people with the same problem ?
I’m using sitewide forums after had disable groups forums
Posted on on bbPress forums. https://bbpress.org/forums/topic/bbpress-not-displayed-in-new-update-buddypres-version-1-6-1/#post-117025
Not sure if ThemeKraft team is aware of this one.
I’ve just installed your SeoPress plugin and Group Forum topics got messed.
It allows to create new topics, shows them, but doesn’t allow to delete or even consider it as existing.
Once one topic is created and viewing it on its topic page, title doesn’t show and instead shows (0 Posts). When deleted, gives a not found page.
Deactivating the plugin everything gets normal.
Looking for the updated version of this wonderful plugin.
Never mind just got it.
SeoPress plugin from Themekraft, with wonderful options to take care from titles and meta descriptions tailored for BuddyPress was causing this.
Working fine now.
By the way any advice on an alternative to handle SEO meta descriptions for BuddyPress ?
@Paul Gibbs, I saw it vanish while setting Buddypress, the reason why I had the impulse to come here and say “BuddyPress doesn’t show Favicon”.
After find out that it shows without www and don’t with www, I’m more into some server issue or .htaccess misconfiguration.
@shawn38, it wasn’t at theme’s folder but in child theme and site public root.
As recomended at WordPress Codex it goes to the current theme’s folder which is the child theme.
Added also the snippet of code at header.php for older browsers to be able of display it.
Just added to default theme folder and he same result nothing changes.
@Karmatosed, not group avatar but site favicon.
The funny thing is, if I set a non www domain, favicon shows again. I’m not sure this is a BuddyPress issue.
I’m not sure if this topic is clear enough to get the attention of the great buddypress team.
If it’s not would somebody from the team have the kindness of at least drop me a line asking for more details or pointing me some direction?
Thanks a lot
I’m using the same versions, sitewide forums too and very often despite showing the excerpt from a post or a reply, doesn’t show the thumbnails added to it at activity stream.
I use to make a recount on settings from dashboard and it starts to work again.
So far I’m still in need of assistance.
Anyone can tell me where do I look in Buddypress or BBpress for the code that pulls updates from forums to activity stream?
My forums image thumbnails doesn’t get the right css class at activity stream.
Thanks a lot mercime
Yes I need assistance. The child theme is created. I can even give you login data to get you in if you need.
Would you please drop me an e-mail????