• My users are also experiencing this problem, though so far it only seems to occur for newly registered users, and once they clear their cookies everything seems to work fine. My site is WP 3.0.1 + BP (latest). This only started occurring in the last couple of weeks, I suspect it may be due to […]

  • This should work:
    displayed_user->id );
    $joined= date("F jS, Y", strtotime($currentuser ->user_registered));
    echo '<span>' . $joined . '</span>';
    ?>

    Just replace the span tag with whatever html you need. You could also enclose this in a function added to your functions.php file and call it from there.

  • (I mistakenly posted this as an activity update rather than a topic. Oops) I’m running a multi-site BP installation (WP 3.0.1, BP 1.2.5.2) and I’m experiencing problems related to user authorization. When I have the option ”Both sites and user accounts can be registered.” enabled under multi-site options, any user that attempts to sign up […]

  • Jack posted an update in the group How-To and Troubleshooting: 4 years, 8 months ago

    I’m running a multi-site BP installation (WP 3.0.1, BP 1.2.5.2) and I’m experiencing problems related to user authorization.

    When I have the option “Both sites and user accounts can be registered.” enabled under multi-site options, any user that attempts to sign up isn’t able to activate their account using the activation link include in the…[Read more]

  • Jack posted a new activity comment 4 years, 9 months ago

    Bingo! I hadn’t even noticed the short tags. I changed them all and now it’s working fine.
    I got out of the habit of using those a long time ago. It’s a PITA when you move to a server with short tags disabled. I’m glad they’re being removed from the next version of PHP.

    • Hello everyone.

      I have updated the plugin to 1.1.1 and changed the <? to <?php i have never used a server without shortags and got sloppy i guess. thanks for the heads up. once you see the new version number on here or if your wordpress install lets you know, please update and tell me if it fixes your issues

      thanks again

      Matt

  • Jack posted a new activity comment 4 years, 9 months ago

    Hi Matt,
    Sorry for the delayed response. I see the error on the plugins page when I attempt to activate the plugin. My development environment is running on XAMPP, with PHP 5.3.1. I’m going to try and deactivate other plugins to see if there’s a conflict.

    • so i am sorry to say that i just activated it on three different sites and i did not see the error on activation. are you using the most up to date version? if it looks like you are, i would delete the plugin and grab a fresh copy.

  • 1 stars2 stars3 stars4 stars5 starsWhen I try to activate it I get the following syntax error:

    “Parse error: syntax error, unexpected $end in C:\XAMMP\xampp\htdocs\wordpress\wp-content\plugins\wp-activate-users\wp_activate_users.php on line 142″

    There’s probably a missing or extra “}” somewhere.

    • HI Jack

      I just made a fresh installation of Buddypress and then installed the plugin and did not receive an error. what page/section of the admin are you seeing this error?

      thanks

      Matt

      • Yes I’ve got the same error. Matthew you need to replace all the ”<?" entries by "<?php" in your plugin.

        Cheers,
        Aymeric

        • Bingo! I hadn’t even noticed the short tags. I changed them all and now it’s working fine.
          I got out of the habit of using those a long time ago. It’s a PITA when you move to a server with short tags disabled. I’m glad they’re being removed from the next version of PHP.

          • Hello everyone.

            I have updated the plugin to 1.1.1 and changed the <? to <?php i have never used a server without shortags and got sloppy i guess. thanks for the heads up. once you see the new version number on here or if your wordpress install lets you know, please update and tell me if it fixes your issues

            thanks again

            Matt