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  • burtadsit

    Thanks for the reply. I was thinking more of a selection of basic options like bold and italic and links and blockquotes.

    People either forget to close tags or they try using square brackets like for bbcode.

    It was just a thought. Thanks.

    It’s only a day old, so looking pretty empty, but if anyone (let’s say in Britain) is worried about the way things are going politically, or people (let’s say in America) are wondering whether they are really entering a bright new dawn, it might be useful:

    Thanks to everyone for BuddyPress.

    Keep up the good work of enabling freedom.


    I think it may be that I have just made a public fool of myself at a more professional level than I have ever achieved before.

    I have not gone back to look, but assume that the reason nothing is being seen is that the member theme only comes into play when there are members and groups and things up and running and that its absence for me is that this is totally new and blank as a site.

    In that case, I apologise for wasting people’s time and would only say that my public humiliation has at least shown me that the people on these forums are prepared to help, even when they must suspect they are dealing wih an idiot.

    I think that is a good recommendation.

    Thank you for taking the time and trouble to help on this.


    Thanks for the reply.

    What I meant was that if I install the member theme as per instructions on install (in wp-content) it does not show anywhere on admin or user control panels. I can only make it show by putting it in themes, which I know is not where it wants to be.

    It shows as being the default user theme in admin options, but it does not show as being there.

    Setting up a user account defaults to the Mu Kubrick theme.

    I suppose the point I am making is that if I follow the install instructions, the theme does not seem to be there.


    Thanks for coming back on this.

    I have actually now deleted the whole Mu and BuddyPress set-up (as it is new) and downloaded the latest. I have gone through the install guide again and…same problem.

    I fiddling around last time, I forgot to mention that when the Member theme is installed in wp-content it does not show up at all in themes control panels. It is only when it is put in themes directory that it registers in the themes admin but it does not show in Ajax preview and results in blank page if installed.

    The last time, I recursively changed all permissions to 777 of every file in desperation, but still no joy.

    For what I want to do, a constant theme across all blogs and sites is the ideal, so I want to get this to work. It allows the BuddyPress Home theme OK, by the way.

    Hope there might be a clue there somewhere.

    Any help appreciated. Thanks.

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