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  • VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes

    This is already available.
    Also check this link : https://wordpress.org/plugins/vibe-buddypress-woocommerce/


    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes


    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes

    Yes, this is a much desired application in BuddyPress. We have this application in our theme, the users are registered and activated simultaneously. In case you are interested, link.
    We’ve even extended this Buddypress function into registering with a user with custom role or member type, registering in groups, sending custom activation email and on activation sending custom welcome emails all controlled at the point of registration itself.


    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes

    Did you try the RT Media plugin ?


    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes

    Re-save buddypress components.


    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes

    an image failed to load : https://prnt.sc/uza8gn
    also divi’s file custom_unified.js is triggering that error. Does not seem like a buddypress issue at all.


    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes

    You must be using some plugin for sending media files. Images typically below 2mb in size can be easily converted into encoded strings and stored in the message itself.
    So this is something you’ll need to handle in custom code, but it is possible.


    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes

    You can probably add something like this. Note, I have not tested it, so this will send a curl request to the same activation page with the activation parameter, in turn the user is activated.

    add_action('bp_before_activation_page',function(){
       if ( !bp_account_was_activated() ){
          
          $pages=get_option('bp-pages');
          if(empty($pages['activate'])){return;}
          wp_remote_post(get_permalink($pages['activate']),array(
             'method'      => 'POST',
             'timeout'     => 45,
             'body'        => array(
                 'key' => bp_get_current_activation_key(),
          ));
          //get the response from above and force user login into the site.
          // get user_id from the response wp_remote_retrieve_body
          // wp_clear_auth_cookie();
          //wp_set_current_user( $user_id ); log the user into wordpress
       }
    });

    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes

    Use a group specific function. You are most likely using a non-group widget like static HTML which will get applied to all groups.


    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes

    Save buddypress – components, it will ensure the directory structure required for saving photos is present.Also it will force buddypress to clear its cache.


    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes

    This is inbuilt. Edit the profile field you are using and change this setting. No code or snippet required
    https://prnt.sc/uugjtj


    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes

    Yes, use this plugin , works with all buddypress themes not just ours :

    Vibe bp custom member slug


    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes

    It has to be implemented in the template. You can adda default “message” subject. This is something which is outside the scope of buddypress.

    So we did implement something like this in our theme :

    There is a message box option which appears in the members page :
    https://prnt.sc/uugfa4
    and sending a message from here sends a default subject in the buddypress Messages section in the profile :
    https://prnt.sc/uugfv0


    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes

    Please share more details where exactly to check the “failed”. I checked your site and it loads fine. To avoid any inconsistent issues from appearing :

    a. Try re-saving permalinks at WP admin – Settings – Permalinks.
    b. Try re-saving Components at WP admin – Settings – BuddyPress – Components.


    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes

    This is possible. We have integrated with elementor to achieve this , https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AYXzAMxFWCU&t=41s


    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes


    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes

    1. Save the permalinks at WP admin – Settings – Permalinks.
    2. Make sure you do not create pages with same slug as that of Member Nicename. For example : Yoursite.com/AABB and yoursite.com/members/AABB <– this can cause conflict.
    3. Check the Mod rewrite module of Apache is installed and working.

    Also more details are required about the configuration. I do not think this is a BuddyPress related issue.


    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes

    Conceptually this is against the idea of “private” messaging.


    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes

    I do not think that is possible, these may be hard coded. https://prnt.sc/uhir04
    you can change the labels but not the slug.


    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes

    I think this has always remained an issue since the begining of the times. The hidden group is not visible but the group counter counts it.


    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes

    You are mixing two terribly coded plugins Learnpress and Pmpro with a masterpiece Buddypress. Obviously they are passing the buck.

    1. Check if memberships pages are created
    2. Re-save permalinks at WP amdin – Settings – PErmalinks
    3. Clear buddypress cache WP admin – Settings – BuddyPress- Components -save.

    If above does not help, contact their support.


    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes

    This is most definitely a styling issue and not connected to buddypress at all.


    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes

    It is possible but not recommended. BuddyPress already has member profile fields. You should use that and it is internally supporpted by buddypress, just make sure you enable the “auto-link” in the profile field while editing the profile field.

    If you are open on exploring, the WPLMS theme has members directories built on react and they are well connected with BuddyPress profile fields, example : https://demos.wplms.io/members-directory/


    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes

    Try disabling ajax login in WP Admin – WPLMS – BuddyPress

    In all PHP & Cookie based login systems you will most likely need to refresh the page from the server. It may happen that when you refresh once, the browser shows as cached version, to confirm just change the url by adding a url/?1 ?1 parameter in your url to force browser to consider it as a new request.

    IF you are using version 4, this issue would not appear. The login system is built on JWT, so it happens instant without page loads and there is no nonce passed here, so you can cache your pages for eternity as static html and get better page loading time.


    VibeThemes
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    @vibethemes

    Another point to note, check your PHP version. The PHP version 7.4.2 has an issue with GD Library for JPEG images. Upgrade to php version 7.4.8 or lower the php version to 7.3

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