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Unless you have a database backup from the previous day that you can revert to, then no, it is not recoverable.
It looks like you have a database backup, the DB tables you would want to revert and replace are “wp_bp_xprofile_fields” and “wp_bp_xprofile_groups”. You would have to contact your web host to figure out how to use your backup.
The delete confirmation sounds like a good idea though.
I cannot duplicate your problem with a WordPress tehme. Tested with Chrome’s developer tools with its mobile simulator.
Can you tell me what mobile device you are emulating with Chrome’s developer tools? If you have some plugins activated, deactivate ones that might be interfering with the registration process.
You’re using the Kleo theme. Can you try another theme to see if it is a problem with Kleo?
You should post on the bbPress forums and not BuddyPress.
bbPress handles forums and BuddyPress handles the community aspect (profiles, groups, etc).
Looks like the same problem as this user:
That user is also using the Kleo theme.
What happens when you change your theme to something else like Twenty Seventeen or another WordPress default theme?
BuddyPress just uses the oEmbed providers that WordPress uses:
So to only use WordPress and Vimeo, disable all the other oEmbed providers by WordPress. Not sure if there is a plugin to do that natively, but there is a brief description under the “Removing Support for An oEmbed-Enabled Site” section on the codex page I linked to above.
It looks like you didn’t post a support thread on the
Please create a thread over there first before creating a ticket on Trac as you did here.
Could be caused by the Kleo theme. (Btw, that error log entry has nothing to do with the problem.)
Does the mobile layout problem happen with another theme like Twenty Seventeen?
To all of those experiencing this issue, do you have certain BuddyPress components deactivated?
I came across another similar issue and the problem was due to some BuddyPress components being deactivated and a bug with Nouveau.
Update – I’ve also added a potential fix here – https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org/attachment/ticket/7969/7969.02.patch
For future reports, if there are bugs and you are able to list the steps in order to reproduce the problem on a fresh install, please create tickets over at https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org (use the same credentials you use on wordpress.org). (Do not make support threads there though!)
The reason is not all developers are checking the support forums.
Notify the plugin developers of
bp-profile-searchand let them know of the problem.
If they find that the problem ends up coming from BuddyPress, tell them to post a ticket at https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org
Your problem sounds like it is with the
Ask the plugin developer to look into this.
This is something I am interested in myself.
I’m not sure how customizable the WP admin bar is when adding HTML attributes.
Looks like a problem with the way the
bp-create-group-typeplugin is loading BuddyPress.
Ask the plugin developers to look into this.
Closing to avoid forking the discussion.
@keyadigital – I’ve merged your post into this thread since it is more appropriate. Please check the post I made just before for a potential fix.
Just edited your post in the other thread to remove your name.
This has already been reported as a bug here:
See the following with a temporary fix:
Closing this thread to avoid forking the discussion
Do you both have the Activity component disabled?
If so, this is a bug. We’ve tentatively fixed this for the next release.
However, you can temporarily apply the changes by by adjusting these files:
(Red means code removal, green means code addition)
What happens when you enqueue it? Does it work then? The next step is to figure out why the
buddypress-nouveauJS is not being enqueued on the Site-wide Activity page.
The bug needs to be reproduceable on a fresh install of WordPress and BuddyPress.
If you are able to replicate this bug there, then please list the steps it takes to duplicate the problem.
It’s possible that you are using a plugin or custom code to change certain things. If that is the case, you need to disable all BuddyPress-related plugins and code snippets and then trying to reactivate each one to pinpoint what is causing the problem.
I just saw another thread about this.
It looks like the bp-nouveau JS files are not being outputted in the footer.
You can check to see if the
buddypress-nouveauJS file is being properly registered and enqueued:
Are you, by chance, filtering
Sounds like the same problem as this report:
Unfortunately, we have been unable to determine the cause. Maybe you can help?
If you are able to reproduce this problem on a fresh install of WordPress and BuddyPress, then please let us know so we can look into the problem.