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are you logged in when you try to access that page? seems like a dumb question, but i know on my site (from rather laughable experience) that a currently registered user who is logged in can’t access it. anyone not logged in can…just double-checking!
i uploaded the plugin as modified by hornetalcala; activated with no problem, went through the Create Link process easy as pie. until it was time to save…clicking Save Link gives me a page not found error, but a link placeholder, for lack of a better term – meaning, it looks like i’ve added a link, but try to get there and it’s page not found.
i did, just to be sure, double-check my htaccess file, but all appears right there. thoughts?
sorry – had a killer sinus infection last week or I’d have answered your question sooner!
I’d actually started with the one developed by Brajesh Singh (man, i hope i spelled that right!) – had trouble with it, so i also tried the free plugin by Andrew Billitts at WPMUDEV. of course, stupid me didn’t read the fine print – that one isn’t a Buddypress plugin *facepalm*
long story short, i tinkered around with those, and realized that the BP Disable Activation plugin didn’t like what i was doing. for some reason about half the new registrants have issues when email activation is required, so i stripped out what i really needed from the three plugins and added it to my functions.php file. i deactivated the start page from the Welcome Pack in the admin panel, customized my registration page a wee bit, and all is moving along swimmingly…
good thing that was long story short, i guess…
you guys do a great job with these things. thanks a lot!
that’s assuming of course that you already disabled all other plugins and the problem still exists…
chances are you have something in your theme’s functions.php file causing the problem. what i did was remove an item, save the file, test the site. do this for each entry in the file – it could be something like a spelling error, etc.