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Thats great. thanks, I’ll take another look.
Right now, I’m trying to figure out how to getting google analytics goals setup for registrations.
During Registration it seems to have /Registration/ the whole time. I would love to just put in a plugin that would allow me to set the event names for different BP and WPMU functions and have it outputted and reported. I don’t have the time to build that right now.
I’m using the child them that came with it, and modifying it only slightly. It doesn’t work out of the box on a users blog. The members section, groups, forums, and blogs directories show blank pages under the new blog. Like so http://www.domain.com/newblog/members ..
It shows nothing. So I’m currently trying to copy over the subfolders from the parent theme to see if that helps. I thought that you only had to replicate the files that you wanted to change so I’ll be pretty disappointed if that works.
Everything else works fine, and all of the things on the link you sent appear to be included.
I’m having an issue with child themes. I created a new one as my default for all new blogs. When I enable it on a new blog the directories for members.. groups.. etc.. are all blank pages. What gives?! I didn’t change any of that, Its not a style issue either because it just doesn’t return any html. The buddy press bar on the top is working?
I’m at a loss. Is this by design?
..update.. I just changed the links back to the home theme manual in a revised header.php. Seems a little weird that the parent theme has links that are relative to the current blog for the directories. Wouldn’t it make more sense for those to be relative to the default domain so that they continue to work when a child is created? Or is there a circumstance when an added blog will have separate members groups and forums?