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*bump* – Would anyone go to the lengths of reproducing this issue?
Oh, just to comply with the When asking for support rules:
1. Which version of WP/MU are you running?
2. Did you install WP/MU as a directory or subdomain install?
4. Did you upgraded from a previous version of WP/MU? If so, from which version?
Nope. Fresh from scratch.
6. Which version of BP are you running?
7. Did you upgraded from a previous version of BP? If so, from which version?
Nope. Out of the box install.
8. Do you have any plugins other than BuddyPress installed and activated?
9. Are you using the standard BuddyPress themes or customized themes?
10. Have you modified the core files in any way?
Nope. Learned not to do that while BP was in early 0.8 :p
11. Do you have any custom functions in bp-custom.php?
12. If running bbPress, which version? Or did your BuddyPress install come with a copy of bbPress built-in?
The built-in one.
13. Please provide a list of any errors in your server’s log files.
14. Which company provides your hosting?
@Dwenaus – I think my statement was quite capable of being misunderstood.
What I actually meant to say was:
It would be a good idea to extend this plugin in such a way that users would be treated the same way the groups currently are.
Users could assign tags to themselves (e.g. Wildrot: brown-haired, brown-eyed, non-programmer) and the user directory could be searched via these tags.
Great plugin, @dwenaus how about extending it to let users tag themselves?
Oooooor, we could just code a kickstarter plugin for BP :p â€” Just kidding. I’d contribute some bucks as well.
btw, your plugin here would redirect anybody in any situation to the registration page,… even google etc…
That’s not quite correct -Â only non-logged-in users are being redirected :p
let people browse your site, they will register if they see fit.
Agreed, partially at least: I’ve been running a BP community a while ago where I used a similar snippet: Guests could browse the site freely as long as they did not try to access members’ profiles. If they did, they were redirected to the registration page. Helped a whole lot to generate registrations -Â with a surprisingly low percentage of “dead accounts”.