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  • Actually, this setting is still there. Check this screenshot: http://take.ms/TOux7

    Check that you have Extended Profiles component activated – as avatars/covers uploading is part of it.

    BuddyPress registration page is quite big, it has a lot of inputs.
    You can install a widget, called (BuddyPress) Log in. Here is info about it.
    If you use Jetpack, there is a module there, that gives ability to define widgets visibility. Here are other plugins: one, two & etc.
    Thus you will have ability to define, that this widget should be displayed only on Registration page in sidebar (or any widget zone that is defined in your theme).

    Or you can manually edit BuddyPress template files and include a shortcode or PHP code to display a login form in any place of your registration page. See docs for that.

    Version 3.6.9 is released, pushed to WordPress repository. Soon it should be available worldwide.

    Fixed in repo. Hopefully will package the release this week with some other fixes.
    Meanwhile, you can download the plugin code from github.

    Part of the issue is fixed, see github.
    <strike>New nav API requires me to rewrite drag-n-drop nav reordering feature completely, but I’m lazy and trying to find a workaround.</strike>
    WIP.

    edited by slaFFik, thanks to @boonebgorges for the assistance

    There is no such error on front-end (just tested).
    Do you have this somewhere in wp-admin area?

    I have some thoughts regarding the issue. Will try to test them this night.

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    Slava Abakumov
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    @slaffik

    messages_get_unread_count() uses info about logged in user.
    bp_get_members_component_link() – about displayed user.

    Logged in user – is based on cookies.
    Displayed user – is based on the page user currently viewing.

    That’s why messages_get_unread_count() works everywhere when user is logged in, while bp_get_members_component_link() will work only on URL like http://example.com/members/invest0r7

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    Slava Abakumov
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    @slaffik

    Yes, I’m sure. Technically it can be done, but some coding will be involved, and that is not a 5 min task. As a starting point you can check this codex page.

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    Slava Abakumov
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    @slaffik

    You can use BuddyPress Member Types Generator plugin to create members types.

    Or use BuddyPress Member Types plugin, they have a bit different functionality. The 2nd one seems to have more features.

    Different “Types of feeds” is not easily achievable, only with custom coding.

    Custom login and registration pages – lots of solutions for custom login. Custom registration page is limited to BuddyPress, there is no plugin, that can do anything with it. You will need to dive into templating and custom styles.

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    Slava Abakumov
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    @slaffik

    Unfortunately, it’s currently impossible to do that via an option or a plugin.
    So far, image *must* be uploaded for BuddyPress to place it in a proper place and display.

    But if you are tech-savvy, you could try to filter bp_attachments_get_attachment() function, that is used to get the URL to a cover image. And build a custom form, where users insert URL, and you save them into usermeta table and then retrieve and display.

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    Slava Abakumov
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    @slaffik

    The reason that it doesn’t work – it requires to be placed on a user BuddyPress profile page.
    It uses bp_displayed_user_domain() function to generate the link, as there is no user on your custom page (it’s not BuddyPress or even WordPress) – bp_get_members_component_link function produces nothing.

    There is no easy fix. You will need to create that link manually by retrieving somehow user domain (link to profile) of a desired user.

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    Slava Abakumov
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    @slaffik

    So far BuddyPress doesn’t support this out of the box and I don’t know such plugins.
    But this is a good feature request, and I’m pretty sure that this will implemented eventually. Because we already have similar thing on Activity directory page.

    Here is the ticket that I created with this request.

    PS Update to the latest BuddyPress 2.6.1.1 🙂

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    Slava Abakumov
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    @slaffik

    I personally use Hueman theme on my site, and it has an ability to redefine or clean the footer credits: http://take.ms/8y2CP
    And it looks good with BuddyPress, and has interesting settings for WordPress itself.

    Fixed in BuddyPress 2.6.1.1 released minutes ago.

    Fixed in BuddyPress 2.6.1.1 released minutes ago.

    Related:

    PHP Fatal error on activation

    Known issue in 2.6.1.

    Yes, this is a known issue, likely introduced in BuddyPress 2.6.1. Will be fixed asap.

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    Slava Abakumov
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    @slaffik

    It’s a duplication of this topic:

    No access to single activity item on from after BP2.6 upgrade

    To roll back: download the previous version here. Delete your current version of BuddyPress and upload the older one.

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    Slava Abakumov
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    @slaffik

    @lagodny

    Put this code in functions.php of your (child) theme.

    function lagodny_document_title_separator_pipe( $separator ) {
        return '|';
    }
    add_filter('document_title_separator', 'lagodny_document_title_separator_pipe');

    I assume that you are on the WordPress 4.4+.

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    Slava Abakumov
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    @slaffik

    Confirming, that @destac solution works ok.
    First appeared in a Yoast/wordpress-seo repository open issue.

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    Slava Abakumov
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    @slaffik

    Thanks for sharing, @syborg!

    @jason75,
    Could you please test the solution above with your theme?

    Also, @jason75 and @syborg – as you are owners of that Kleo theme, could you please contact Kleo authors with this thread information? They should test their theme with the latest BuddyPress 2.6.

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    Slava Abakumov
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    @slaffik

    That’s the problem of BuddyPress compatibility with color schemes.
    Core developers decided to adopt only default color scheme, because time needed to test and modify for all of the schemes, and we all are volunteers.

    And try Hueman theme, it’s better 🙂 Using on it htpps://cosydale.com

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    Slava Abakumov
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    @slaffik

    Make sure you have Activity and Groups components activated.
    Then go to a group page on front-end. For example, your group name is Testing.
    That means the URL is: example.com/groups/testing

    The main page that is opened for each group by default – is the Activity feed of that group. If you have modified it using front.php file for groups templates – then you need to recreate Activity manually. You can read about front.php here.

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