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The Settings component allows a user to change their email address and password.
So if that is all you need, there should be a WordPress plugin out there that does something similar on the frontend. Check wordpress.org/plugins. I do not have a recommendation for you.
“Everyone” is public, “All Members” means someone has to be logged-in in order to view the field.
You would have better luck posting on the BuddyPress Docs support forum:
For users to delete their own account, they can navigate to their profile. Next, tell the user to navigate to “Settings > Delete Account”.
In the WP admin dashboard, go to “Settings > BuddyPress > Components” and uncheck all components except Settings.
IMO, I don’t think you necessarily need BuddyPress for this.
Thanks for the post, however since you are referencing forums, you should post on the bbPress support site.
Edit – I see that you’ve already posted on the bbPress forums:
Just for reference:
* bbPress = forums
* BuddyPress = community (member profiles, groups, private messaging, etc.)
bbPress adds forum support to BuddyPress.
I think it is a plugin problem.
I’m guessing that @palla5000 is using some type of post type changer plugin or something along those lines.
palla5000 – Can you list the plugins you are using?
I’ve added a potential fix for this here:
Make the change to
bp-core/classes/class-bp-email-recipient.phpto fix this temporarily until BP 2.5.2 is released.
That’s your problem.
activatepages in W3 Total Cache from caching.
Have you checked to see if you are able to send email using what I stated above?
Try going to “Settings > Discussion” and make sure the checkboxes under “Email me whenever” are checked. Next, try posting a blog post comment as a logged-out, anonymous user and see if you receive the email.
I turned off all Plugins except WordPress and Buddypress and this issue still occurs.
Are you sure you disabled all plugins except BuddyPress? If so, check for any rogue code snippets in your theme’s
Once that is done, delete all registration pages you have set up in WordPress. Create a new WordPress page to be used for BuddyPress registration. Just enter a post title and hit “Publish”. Also, ensure all your pages in the “Pages” trash are deleted.
Next, go to “Settings > BuddyPress > Pages” and set the “Register” page to the page you just created.
If you are using any WordPress plugins that manipulate email, try disabling them and see if you are able to send out the activation email.
If you are using any email plugins, please list them as well. If not, check if your WordPress install can send any email. You can check by enabling post comment moderation under “Settings > Discussion” and using an anonymous user to post a comment on your blog.
bbPress wouldn’t give you any suggestions.
I just took a look at the bbPress codebase and bbPress should link usernames when
@USERNAMEis used in the post content. That’s basically the extent of their at-mention functionality.
You could try disabling some BuddyPress components that you could sacrifice using.
Go to “Settings > BuddyPress > Components” and uncheck one component. Then, go back to the “Emails” dashboard page to see if it will load. If that doesn’t work, repeat this process until the “Emails” page loads.
If it loads, make the changes you need to make. Then, re-enable the BuddyPress components you disabled.
I know bbPress has their own version of at-mentions. You should experiment by disabling the Activity Streams component from BuddyPress and testing an at-mention in a bbPress forum post to see what happens.
Since you are memory-restricted, you can try disabling all unnecessary plugins except BuddyPress to see if that helps.
What version of WordPress are you using?
If you’re not on the latest version of WordPress, please try upgrading and see if that fixes the problem.
Since you are talking about forum post count, you should post this over on the bbPress forums:
bbPress adds support for group forums in BuddyPress.
Here are some hints though:
Thanks for the report.
We do support default WordPress themes, however new color schemes for default themes is something we really haven’t taken into consideration.
I’m going to ping @hnla here since he’s our resident companion stylesheet guru.
hnla – I haven’t looked into this yet, but if 2016 adds a
<body>CSS class to denote the new dark scheme, it might be possible to change our BP colors in our 2016 companion stylesheet to reflect 2016’s dark scheme.
It looks like your server has restricted your memory limit to 128MB. You need to contact your webhost to increase the limit to something higher like 256MB.
Thanks for the report, however BuddyPress doesn’t touch the lost password email. That is a native WordPress email.
Perhaps you need to configure your SendGrid plugin or SMTP.
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Click on the
Optionstab and you should be good to go.
I cannot duplicate this problem with Theme My Login.
I’m using the default Theme My Login settings untouched and was able to go to the
registerpage and successfully submit the form with no redirections.
Make sure for BuddyPress that you selected the BuddyPress “Register” page and not TMLs.
Also disable any plugins that might be interferring with registration like New User Approve, etc.