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You should ask BuddyBoss about that.
And you should probably switch to their BuddyBoss Platform.
> How to make a custom registration form
Not sure what you mean, but if you add a Location field to the Base (Primary) Group of the Profile Fields, it will appear on the registration form.
Using phpmyadmin, you should see 3 db tables.
wp_, you should see:
Make backups of all 3 tables.
Then select them, scroll down and select ‘Empty’ from the ‘With Selected’ dropdown.
That will delete all the data but leave the tables and their structure.
Ask on bbpress support site: https://bbpress.org/forums/
Probably yes re scope – so the js is not being loaded.
That’s why I suggested just a basic form submit and handle approach.
Or you can take the time to puzzle thru the Nouveau scope.
For example – do you need to create an instance of the basic class?
\bp-templates\bp-nouveau\buddypress-functions.php Line 659: bp_nouveau();
Unless you are a developer, it will not be easy.
It would be easier to just create a form and then, on submission, create a new activity item.
If those users have the role of Administrator – then they can edit other profiles.
To prevent that – give them the role of Subscriber.
The error is coming from your theme – Not from BuddyPress.
bp_is_user_forums()was removed from BuddyPress since Version 3.0.0
You could delete those two lines from
If you did not add BP templates to your theme, then you could also send an error report to the creators of your theme.
To see if your issue is theme related – try momentarily switching to a WP theme like 2019.
If you still have issues, you can open a ticket here.
( btw- you cannot upload images here. Instead upload them somewhere else and then post the url here. )
It is a fork. And I think they did a great job.
I was able to toggle between it and BP without issues on a standard installation.
I’m not surprised to hear that some conversions are probematic – it is nigh impossible to anticipate all the possible permutations.
They have obviously considered what is best for the end user and supportable by them.
( As opposed to what is most interesting for the devs ).
It would be great to see their platform on github. I think it would receive some serious attention.
If you can reach the groups page when you are logged in, then some code in your theme or a plugin is restricting that page to only loggged in users.
You need to find the source of that restriction.
BuddyPress does not include that restriction.
I saw that announcement. And noted that BuddyPress is never mentioned.
Does their ‘platform’ include all of BuddyPress or just the templates?
Themes often include the BP templates as overloads but not the component classes.
If it is a fork then it would be the first commercial fork, afaik.
You need to talk to your hosting provider about the location of the database and how to access it.
Group data is stored in the database.
So you cannot use a ftp tool.
Instead you need to use a database tool like phpmyadmin.
Your issue cannot be replicated on a standard installation.
Therefore, you need to provide some details.
Such as- did you try swtiching to a WP theme like 2019?
Did you try deactivating other plugins?
If you still cannot create groups – what exactly are you doing and what do you see?
And is it the same for all roles ?
BuddyPress does not include photo galleries.
Please ask mediapress about your issue.
Since your error is not specific to BuddyPress, please ask the support team for the Events Manager plugin.
If you need to hardcode a link for the logged-in user, then use
In php, you can use