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I did a re-install of the plugin, and it seems to work great now. Thanks! Also, would you mind telling us how to fix that error in the WP-Admin that tells us that some function takes too many calls or something?
Just asking, but why do the Facebook pictures appear larger on the homepage then the other ones and the same size in the profile as on the homepage? This is happening with a clear install, and I’m not quite sure why. It seems to work fine everywhere else.
Thanks for any help.
Let me just say that I love this plugin, but does anyone have an icon for it in the Profile? It looks kind of different there without an icon.
Thanks for the link. It has some really good content on there. Is there a resource either there or otherwise that “teaches” you how to add a page on the “users” menu (the one that they get when they click on the “My Account” options). Does that make sense, or do you need a screenshot?
Thanks for your help!
Thanks for both of your replies. I have decided to modify the register.php page to fit my needs, and am wondering how I can register another field to have an error message. I am referring to in bp-core-signup.php where it shows all of the fields. In addition, what function should I look at to add the password to the database after the user registers.
I was actually looking into that app, but does it work for the “Register” page that BuddyPress creates?
Sorry, I take this back. It doesn’t make the password field, a member was confused about that part. But is there some option that allows them to choose a password, or how would I go about doing this?
Then why does BuddyPress make a Password field on registration? Doesn’t it seem a bit odd it would be like this? And is there some plugin that allows this that you know of?
Standard operating procedure… Sounds interesting. I just added some widgets just to get it to stop annoying me, and I think it looks better this way.
And as for the problems with the header extension, I don’t know if it’s worth it. It looks really nice but it just doesn’t behave in a “standard way”. For example, that menu bar thing as well as on the members page when the two sections (my options and their options) extend all the way the the head bar instead of staying where they should be (contained in their boxes).
This is very true, and I thank you and everyone else for their help. I will probably switch it over to a root environment soon enough – Just have to find some time. Before I mark this issue as closed, would anyone know why it keeps annoying me to put widgets to my blog? Or is this normal behavior? And the little alert box for it is going behind my text for the blog (I think this could have to do with the “menu bar full width” code, discussed in another thread).
Thanks for all of your help. Thanks to Jeff’s tip, I managed to get it to stretch across the page, and it looks wonderful now. Now to just customize it a bit more to my liking, and I’ll be all set!
As for the second issue, thanks for your help both Enlightenmental1 and John… It now looks pretty good if I do say so myself.
Nope, no custom functions – It’s a brand new install. And you may classify a page being “blank” different then I would. It doesn’t show a blank white page, what you are describing is correct. However, for a bogus URL, shouldn’t it show something like this?
I’ll PM you the link, not quite ready to go public with it yet.
That sounds like an accurate guess, but do you think I would just have an easier time doing an re-install somewhere else?
My host is HostGator, and yes, I am using it in a subdirectory versus the main directory or a sub domain. No, I have never installed anything that would have changed the URL structure of the app, unless BuddyPress would have done this… And yes, I’m not getting a white screen of death, instead I’m getting a totally empty page. Have you been able to fix this?
Or, is it that everything works fine. You can see the home theme and get to the member theme without any problem. You are only seeing this issue when you provide a bogus url. It is only then that you get the blank screen? So, you are wondering why it is not a 404 page.
— That’s the problem… And the specifications of the install are correct.
Yes, both of those folders are in the right place.
Yes, I believe that option is selected. It says “BuddyPress Default Member Theme”, whatever that is.
While I may be wrong, I believe that thread is more about the user getting 404 errors. My problem is that I’m not. On any URL you type (/buddypress/asdaosdasd), it just shows up a blank page saying nothing.
Sorry I didn’t post that originally, didn’t exactly see the thread…
1. Which version of WPMU you are running
2. Whether you’ve installed WPMU in a subdirectory or as a subdomian
3. Whether you upgraded from a previous version of WPMU. If so, from which version.
Nope, new install.
4. Whether WPMU was functioning properly before installing/upgrading BuddyPress
5. Which version of BuddyPress you are running
6. Whether you have any plugins other than BuddyPress installed and activated
7. Whether you are using the standard BuddyPress themes or customized themes
8. If running bbPress, which version
Not using it (tried it, too hard to install).
9. A list of any errors in your server’s log files