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Hm. What about Super Socializer? Might be a fun solution. Doesn’t officially move the Login Page though.
Guess I’ll reply until I figure it out. *edit* Maybe WPMUDev, I know they have a Post Indexer and in combination with other plugins can cross platform data. Might look into a variation of that.
Would “Theme My Login” work with BuddyPress if only enabled for the Root Site and BP’s Primary was a SubSite?
Here’s a link to that; https://wordpress.org/plugins/theme-my-login/
Just spit-balling. More to come, I imagine, until the Ticket is Resolved.
Found it, located in the bp-groups-template.php — not the easiest to work around for what I had in mind.
I’ll find an alternate method to my solution.
Also updating/replacing the buddypress.css in the Theme folder fixed “Page Reloading” whenever users tried to comment in the activity stream. Once that .css was updated, the buddypress was running smooth as butter (minus a few Profile permalink errors).
Right you are. Of course I removed all the old theme files, including global.js, and put the legacy folders under community.
Thought I could keep the old buddypress.css – but as it turns out THAT was the source of double posting. I didn’t think a .css file could cause a post function error like that — but it did. So for future reference to users with the double post error — replace the old buddypress.css file and update the newer legacy buddypress.css adding any changes you may have made.
Could be the source of all double posting — who knows? Seems to be a VERY open ended issue.
Thanks for all the feedback — I’m 100% minus small modifications to .css and some weird “Settings” permalinks from the “Profile” I’ll research or request support for in a new topic (linking to posts on the WordPress or to a blank page). I also notice if a bbPress Topic has the same name as a User Profile, the user profile would link to the topic – but for now I deleted the topics as an easy fix.
No idea how to mark topics resolved.
I *JUST* solved my issue by updating the outdated buddypress.css — but I don’t have the spam submit button issue. I’ll have to test that. I was getting double posts regardless everywhere a comment was contributed.
I’ve been suffering the same issue. WP 3.9 / BP 2.0
A lot of users willing to sing up and post have been suffering this issue.
No fix posted yet.
I always get a double post, on comments/updates/anything involving a textbox in BuddyPress.
Also get a page refresh anytime I attempt to comment in the activity feed when “Everybody” filter is enabled.
Did you manage to fix your issue?
Any insight would be great!
You, sir, are a scholar and a saint. I considered it but your push into the action is what counts.
Accounting for the “community” folder route (copying everything from the bp-legacy theme), and using the correct software to compare the old buddypress.css and the new buddypress.css – this should be a breeze in all the sweaty places.
Originally, everything in the “community” folder was located in the root directory of the theme, which I imagine is how things used to be in BuddyPress stoneage edition.
Thanks for the push!
http://themeforest.net/item/orizon-the-gaming-template-wp-version/3792360 *** the other link was messy.
Yea, I was thinking that *might* be the best route, based on some reading I’ve done.
I’m running Orizon (http://themeforest.net/item/orizon-the-gaming-template-wp-version/3792360/comments?page=9) which isn’t the most popular theme, as compared to other “compatible” themes. I’ve worked out a lot of compatibility by hand no problem.
I understand the “opportunity” bit, but I just spent a week tweaking all the specifics out for a Steam Greenlight game on this theme. It has the right look, but I can’t wait on the theme dev to update it.
I’ll give that a shot – move the folders etc. and see what happens.
Thanks for the feedback. I’ll be back.