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    @slaffik

    Because you have a misconfiguration in your server. Something is related to cookies and varnish settings. It’s not BuddyPress related, so it’s better to ask on stackoverflow if you are in doubts what to do. Basic rule – read error and/or varnish logs.

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    @slaffik

    I haven’t found any topics that you are referring to. Perhaps, you included too many links and the topic was blocked (or on moderation). Try reducing number of links.

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    Slava UA
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    @slaffik

    Try removing the /wp-content/plugins/buddypress/ directory using ftp. And after that just reload the Plugins page in wp-admin area.

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    @slaffik

    You messed the code. It should be like this: http://pastebin.com/Beb0tNBk

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    Slava UA
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    @slaffik

    Created a ticket: https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/6885

    Found a solution, though:

    function edragonxx_rewrite_slug( $slug ) {
    	return 'wp-login.php?action=register';
    }
    
    add_filter( 'bp_get_signup_slug', 'edragonxx_rewrite_slug' );
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    Slava UA
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    @slaffik

    Try put this code into bp-custom.php or function.php of your theme:

    remove_filter( 'register_url', 'bp_get_signup_page' );

    UPD: this solution doesn’t work.

    This doesn’t work either:

    remove_action( 'bp_init', 'bp_core_wpsignup_redirect' );

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    Slava UA
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    @slaffik

    Do you have any cache plugins activated? Try deactivating it first and check group’s page.
    Deactivate all plugins except BuddyPress – does the issue still remain?

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    Slava UA
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    @slaffik

    Try https://polldaddy.com/ (an Automattic service/plugin) – free and paid versions available. No specific BuddyPress integration. Actually, there are a lot of such plugins in repository.

    BuddyPress Social Polling – paid, haven’t use it.

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    @slaffik

    Please read carefully what I have written in my code section.

    // this function should return array with users ids, like this: array(123,3423,21,34231

    Your my_custom_ids() returns a comma separated string with redundant text, while it should return an array or just comma separated list. Instead of $custom_ids_str = 'include=' . implode(",", $custom_ids); you should have $custom_ids_str = implode(",", $custom_ids); or better just return return $custom_ids;

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    @slaffik

    Please post all your code in pastebin, including my_custom_ids(). And are you sure, that you have any females online?

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    Slava UA
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    @slaffik

    That’s the problem with the theme template files (if it redefines BuddyPress templates) or css/js. To make sure that this is with you theme – try to activate via customizer any other theme (like 2015 or 2016), Post button should be on its place.

    You can also investigate the source code of your page to make sure that it has a button #aw-whats-new-submit.

    I think you have problems with js, check console of your browser. Something in buddypress.js might be the reason.

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    Slava UA
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    @slaffik

    When a user is marked as spammer – all user activity/groups data is deleted. Only admins can do that, AFAIK.
    There are no logs or records for this action. And this action is irreversible.

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    Slava UA
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    @slaffik

    // this function should return array with users ids, like this: array(123,3423,21,34231)
    $user_ids = my_custom_ids( 'gender', 'female' );
    
    if ( bp_has_members( array(
    'type' => 'online',
    'include' => $user_ids
    ) ) ) :
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    Slava UA
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    @slaffik

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    Slava UA
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    @slaffik

    I checked the code – it won’t decrease number of queries. All the data for labels are taken from a global variable, which is set when all fields are populated. So you won’t decrease server load by removing labels.

    So you can do that via CSS. There is no other simple solution for that (I’m assuming you are on a BuddyPress 2.4.x). Editing template file won’t help you because of the way the code is structured.

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    @slaffik

    There is a setting for this on a screen, where you edit this field: http://take.ms/B1sZI
    So just select Enforce field visibility and Visibility selectbox change to Only me.
    Thus users (and admin, of course) will be able to see only own field data, with no ability to see other users birthdays.

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    Slava UA
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    @slaffik

    Use @username for each user you want to mention in a blog post – and they will receive notification.

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    Slava UA
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    @slaffik

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    Slava UA
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    @slaffik

    If you have WordPress installed with permalinks (so urls are like: example.com/sample-page, and they work – display the content of the Sample Page) and you can upload images without any errors on Media page in wp-admin area (and can attached/insert into post/page content in WYSIWYG editor) – you are good to go.
    That’s basically what those 2 last requirements mean.

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    @slaffik

    Do you want them to be notified on a new blog post or a new activity post update?

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    Slava UA
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    @slaffik

    Post this to bp-custom.php or functions.php of your theme.

    function redblacked_more_groups_per_page($args) {
        $args['per_page'] = 40;
    
        return $args;
    }
    
    add_filter( 'bp_after_has_groups_parse_args', 'redblacked_more_groups_per_page' );
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    Slava UA
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    @slaffik

    Just go to StudioPress forum and ask there, as it’s clear from your post that it’s not a BuddyPress issue (as everything is ok in 2016 theme).

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    Slava UA
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    @slaffik

    Seems, nothing to do here with BuddyPress. It’s better to post this question somewhere else, on basic development forums. You will need basic css/html and perhaps js skills. Or try to hire a developer.

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    @slaffik

    There is no such plugin. But it’s a good idea. Noted. Hope fully will create it soon. You can subscribe to me on github – that’s where I store free plugins.

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    @slaffik

    I’ve developed this plugin: https://github.com/WeFoster/bp-feeds
    Currently it does not auto-update activity stream, any user should visit feeds page to get data from feed source.
    But auto update will be implemented :) It’s just a tricky task.

    Would be really cool if you could test it and provide feedback (ideally – using github issues, but this forum thread is ok too).

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