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So the first ones have a “membership level” while the other ones don’t have any.
If the ‘other ones’ do not have an Edit button, then create a free membership level.
do_action_ref_array( 'friends_friendship_before_save', array( &$this ) );
Using a browser inspection tool shows that the checkboxes are there but are not visible, probably due to your theme css.
To confirm, switch momentarily to a WP theme like 2016.
You’ll probably need to either change your theme css or add some custom css for BP.
Go to a Group Page, then click Manage > Members > Promote
It sounds like Dokan is assigning that role. There is no ‘vendor’ role in BP.
You’re better off asking your question on the Dokan site.
> if that makes sense.
Not really. You can adjust the WP and BP navigation if you have developer skills.
> does someone know how i can contact buddy press directly
This is the support forum for BuddyPress.
It is run by volunteers and there is no guarantee that all questions will be answered to the satisfaction of the poster.
You could also try asking your question on stackoverflow or the WP forums.
Uploaded files are not stored in the database.
Scaling is a complex subject.
You may need a series of changes as your site grows.
iow. there are simple solutions ( such as increasing server resources ) that can get you to 100k users.
That will give you time to explore using more complex solutions like AWS.
>Currently a user has to be logged into view profiles.
That is not the default behaviour.
You’ll need to adjust whatever code you’ve added that requires them to be logged-in.
I doubt if you’ll find somebody on these forums who knows if BuddyPress works with NetForum Pro.
>Can we limit what groups they are part of?
Probably, but you’ll need good knowledge of how BP Groups work in order to write the custom code required.
First, assuming you don’t mean real-time locations, members have to enter their location. For that you can use this plugin: BP xProfile Location.
Then you need to write a script that does a radial search for other members. Often this is done using zip codes. It can also be done with lat / lng.
Then you need to filter the feed to include only those members.
I’m not aware of any plugins that provide that package.
But if you are a developer, there are lots of resources for each step and you should be able to cobble something together.
Try switching to a WP theme like 2015 to see if the issue really is BP and not your theme.
You can file a bug report here:
Can you log in as her and then access wp-admin?
If so, then your install is probably only allowing access from specific IP addresses.
Is ‘she’ an administrator?
If not, you probably have some code in your install that prevents her role from accessing wp-admin.
echowon’t work – it calls the xprofile function before it is available.
You need to google
add_actionand learn what it does.
It works with the
add_actionbecause BP is ready then – iow. the function
In your other examples, BP has not yet loaded, so the function is not available.
Did you try using the Repair tool?
wp-admin > Tools > BuddyPress
Using this in bp-custom.php works for me:
define( 'BP_MESSAGES_AUTOCOMPLETE_ALL', true );
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