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Re: URL Translation


Dudboi
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@dudboi

Sorry to hijack this thread, but I’ve been wanting to change the groups URIs, and ok, so I know that groups is hardcoded in.

But I tinkered around with it and basically created a GROUP_SLUG and set that, in my case, to “projects”. Everything works fine (I had to change a few template things but otherwise it’s ok) except I have a teensy weensy problem with the catchuri function

So now all my pages are something like siteurl.com/members/username/projects/action

(siteurl.com/members/username/projects/, siteurl.com/members/username/projects/my-groups, siteurl.com/members/username/projects/group-finder. You get the idea)

And it works fine until I create a wordpress page called projects, then for some reason siteurl.com/members/username/projects rewrites to siteurl.com/projects, which in my case would be the wordpress page instead of the groups memberpage. I’ve tried taking a look at catchuri, and playing around with the is_page function, but even if I try to name the page something else, like say “projects main”, it still ends up trying to add the template into the page, which naturally fails and ends up with the 404 template.

I also don’t know if it’s related, but my wordpress mu is in a subdirectory, which looking at the catchuri code, doesnt seem to deal with subdirectories at the first explosion of the uri to rewrite (but I may be mistaken), so before the explosion of the actual site_uri function, $bp_uri[component_index] ($bp_uri[0]) actually returns me the subdirectory that my wp mu is in. I’m not sure if this is a bug and/or if it affects muy uri rewriting, but I thought I’d mention it.

p.s. when I delete the projects page, members/username/projects rightfully shows me the my-group template.

you can take a look at it here http://donicethings.org/beta

If anyone could help me I’d be most grateful, thanks!

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