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Figured this out. There I had an extra blank line after the last >? There must of been a hidden character there.
Thank you, I’d love to, but I can’t give you access to either the test site or production site per company policy. It’s got to be something strange that I am just not seeing (Yet).
Admin’s see any hidden groups they are part of. The users who can’t see their hidden groups are just members.
I used the inspect element, the hidden group isn’t in the group-list, I can see all the groups that are displayed correctly. Some are private, some public, but no hidden groups. It was a great idea.
I am still having the same issue. I’ve disabled all the plugins except BuddyPress, bbpress, contact form, profile. I’ve also switched the theme to 2012. I’m still getting the same result. Members of hidden groups can see the hidden group, but admin’s can.
I’m having the same issue. I have users who are members in hidden groups who no longer can see those groups. I know for sure it happened after the last BuddyPress update. I have three test sites one which hadn’t been updated in a bit. It once I updated BuddyPress, members of Hidden groups could no longer see those groups. I switched to the twenty-twelve them and de-activated most of the plugins to confirm the issue. I even resaved the permalinks. Admin accounts still see all their groups, members no longer see hidden groups. It does seem to be something within BuddyPress. Any suggestions @Venutius ?
@venutius Thank you. Do you know when version 4.3 will be released?
I think this a bigger issue. I just removed my tabs, and went with the default groups, my groups and create. the my groups options displays all the groups too. This seems to be an bug with buddypress.
@danbp Thank you for the tutorial. My group tabs worked perfectly until the last update of BuddyPress. Now the first time the page is loaded the tab displayed is correct. But If I switch tabs then all my tabs show all the groups. I am at a loss. Any ideas?
Thank you for your reply, but hiring someone else isn’t a possibility. I’ve been digging in the BuddyPress codex and around the internet. There was a suggestion to turn off the fancy permalinks and using the plain links before exporting the databases when using BuddyPress. That worked for the most part. I think I’m 93% of the way to a solution. The only thing that didn’t work was the user’s profiles. All the users are present and displayed, but the user’s @user_nicename, title, and image are incorrect, the rest of the profile and user’s fields are correct. I also noticed instead of 30 users I now have 31. It looks like the super admin user’s information wasn’t incorporated into the new profile, but a second profile was established. I also imported the data into the topmost site instead of a subdirectory. I’m currently working to address these issues any insight would be appreciated.
Is there a date for a fix to BuddyPress for this issues?
When is the next release? This is affecting my production version, but not my test version
Okay, I finally found the issue. The Events Calander was causing an issue after upgrading to 4.8.3. I Deactivated and reactivated the plugin, it’s working now. I’ve also upgraded my test site’s WP install to 4.9. Everything seems to be working, I’m still testing the site functionality out.