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In Nouveau, you can set the activity stream to appear on the Home tab.
Click ‘Groups default front page’ which will open the WP Customizer.
Remove the check from the ‘Enable custom front pages for groups.’ checkbox.
Then click ‘Publish’ at the top of the page.
The ‘Home’ tab is still the default tab and it should show the Activity Stream.
afaik, you are viewing that page as a WP site administrator.
Try the settings for “Manage the Groups default front page”.
Then log in as a subscriber and group member and then you should see the Activity tab by default.
By default, BP does not show the creation date.
So, afaik, it’s coming from your theme or some other plugin.
You will have find it yourself.
Please do not double post. Your duplicate post has been deleted.
Please use the support forums for rtMedia for questions and issues re their plugin.
He already gave you guidance…
I think the hooks you are looking for are bp_before_group_details_creation_step and bp_before_group_details_admin.
And you said:
I tried it but it’s not working.
But the code you posted does not use either one of those hooks.
Before asking for more help – Please show how you used those hooks.
Read about filtering the members loop. And adjust for your criteria.
Try switching momentarily to a WP theme like 2017.
If the issue does not persist then you know it is specific to your preferred theme.
Try switching momentarily to a WP theme like 2019 and see if the issue persists.
If not, then the issue is in your custom theme and beyond the scope of these forums.
> When a new user is created, they automatically show up on the front end.
On the members page? Before they log in ? If so, that is not standard behaviour.
Did you check your database to see if the user was actually removed from the users table?
Are you sure you’re actually deleting them and not just removing them from a subsite ?
afaik – wpengine does a lot of custom caching.
Have you tried clearing their cache?
Have you discussed this issue with them?
If a user is not truly deleted when deleted from the wp-admin, then that is a WP issue, not a BP issue.
Did you try going to wp-admin > tools > buddypress and select the
Repair total members countoption?
I do not know of any free BP reporting tools.
There is a premium plugin that might be suitable: BuddyReports
A lot of things have changed since BP 2.9.
You may need to update in stages instead of all at once.
You can find all the BP versions here.
I do not know of a plugin that can do it.
Your best bet may be to hire a very experienced developer – perhaps one that can figure out the issues created when using the ServMask code.
I created be the Activity page, it doesn’t show whatever content I’ve typed into the top.
Correct. BP will remove any content that you add that way and inject BP content instead.
You can find BP specific info here.
Re nav: You can control the top nav by using the WP menus.
Go to wp-admin > Appearance > Menus and explore all the options.
Make sure Group Photo Uploads and / or Group Cover Image Uploads are selected and then Save Settings.
Then on the front end, go to a Group > Manage > and select Photo or Cover Image
Seems you are using the BP Legacy Template Pack.
But you are getting non-standard behaviour that is not due to a BP bug.
Try deactivating all other plugins.
Then activate them one at a time until the issue reappears.
Again, that is not the default BP behaviour.
Are you running some other code or plugin that affects private messaging?
Share a screenshot of the screen that you use to send a private message.
Please ask questions about ACF on their support forum.
They may have functions that will return the data that you need.
If not, they can tell you how to write a custom query for their data.
afaik, by default BP private messages do not have a
They do have a
Are you using another plugin or a special theme that uses a
On a standard BP install, if you forget to fill in the
Subjectfield, the message will not be sent and an error will be displayed.
Please use the
codebutton when posting code.
Did you read the codex page re the members loop?
You cannot add custom parameters to the loop.
You can write a custom query to gather all the member ids that fit your criteria and then pass those ids into the
includeparameter of the members loop.
Go to your wp-admin screen. Then go to Settings > BuddyPress > Components
If you cannot go to your wp-admin screen, then you have a major WP problem and probably need to install everything from scratch.
Please do not double post.
Your duplicate post on this topic has been deleted.
Members will not appear on the members page until they have logged in at least once after signing up.