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Yeah, turned out the error was actually one of my WordPress plugins. It was Viva Carousel.
I had to turn BuddyPress off because that’s one of my most essential plugins that I need running. I’m gonna look into it on the Viva forums and see if anyone knows the problem.
I can always patch them in.
Anyway, so I think I know the problem.
I think the 1.2 default theme normally does not work with regular WordPress. I tried activating that just to check if things like updates and what not would load, but they didn’t. However, everything worked fine in the classic theme.
Alright, so in my WPMU I tried creating a child theme but I couldn’t get it to work. Would there be anything wrong in just using the theme I made out of bp-default?
It works fine when I run it on the WPMU test setup I made, but the JS doesn’t load like you said when I import it into WordPress.
http://scrawlfx.com/wpmu/ <– That’s my WPMU, where it works naturally.
I made the theme out of editing the original. I know I wasn’t supposed to be me, stupid as I am, didn’t see the notice until after I got everything up.
Edit: You know what. I turned off BuddyPress integration. I’m going to take some time today to recreate the theme as a child theme.
Okay I replaced my functions.php and I’m not getting the errors anymore. However, it doesn’t let me update statuses, create groups, forum topics or anything like that.
Sorry to bump this but the site’s kind of on a fritz. If anybody can help me out please.
Also, posting status updates and new topics in the forums don’t work, as well.
Well, I’ve crafted my theme and have got it running on my WordPress site.
Although on some pages I get this error:
‘Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /home/scrawlf/public_html/wp-content/themes/scrawl-bp/functions.php:254) in /home/scrawlf/public_html/wp-admin/theme-editor.php on line 75’
Please help me out. =]
Thanks, I’ll give it a go. =]
If I may ask, what’s the difference between the BuddyPress I have and this “trunk version”?
Two weeks? That’s excellent!
I was a bit worried, because I looked up an old thread about regular WordPress availability and it was from a while ago. Then, apparently, development was going to take longer than they thought – or something like that.
Two weeks. Is that certain?