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Theme: Aggregate by Elegant Themes
I’m really at my wits end and not sure where to proceed from here. I have a live site that is going on about a month now, we have around 25-30 users at this current time and they’re constantly reporting to me that a page here and there is showing “No Results Found.”
Up until this point, it’s been okay and I’ve just re-saved the permalink structure each time, but today the worst thing possible happened and my login page became “No Results Found.”
Thankfully, I was logged into my site via my PC, so I could update the permalink structure, but what if I hadn’t been? I don’t know how to fix this, I don’t know what’s causing it.
The major issue is, it’s intermittent so deactivating and reactivating plugins one-by-one may not be the most useful route for this simply because I can’t guarantee when it’s going to happen, in order to deduce what the issue is.
Any help in this matter is extremely appreciated.
Permalink Structure: Post name (http://www.heartwoodgaming.com/sample-post/)
The following is a list of my currently installed plugins:
- All in One SEO Pack
- BadgeOS Community Addon
- bbP private groups
- bbPress Enable TinyMCE Visual Tab
- bbp style pack
- BP Registration Options
- BuddyPress XProfile Custom Fields Type
- Contact Form 7
- DP Pro Event Calendar
- Enhanced Media Library
- GD bbPress Attachments
- GD bbPress Tools
- Link Library
- Really Simple Captcha
- rtMedia for WordPress, BuddyPress and bbPress
- Sidebar Manager Light
- Theme My Login
- Thin Out Revisions
- TinyMCE Advanced
- TinyMCE Visual Editor Comment
- User Role Editor
- WP Symposium Toolbar
Is there any way to limit my users access to the backend end menu on the toolbar (the menu on the left). I would like to keep the user menu on the right hand side however.
Hi guys, I just installed the latest version of BuddyPress (2.2.1) and WordPress (4.1.1). I am still developing it in my localhost so don’t have site link
I want to disable profile syncing of WordPress & Buddypress. However, I don’t get that option at all! Please help!
My Settings>BuddyPress>Settings only has:
Toolbar Show the Toolbar for logged out users
Account Deletion Allow registered members to delete their own accounts
Group Creation Enable group creation for all users
Administrators can always create groups, regardless of this setting.
Profile Photo Uploads Allow registered members to upload avatars
Blog & Forum Comments Allow activity stream commenting on blog and forum posts
Activity auto-refresh Automatically check for new items while viewing the activity stream
Akismet Allow Akismet to scan for activity stream spam
I’m working on a project in a Buddypress theme and I’m trying to replace the word “Register” in the admin toolbar. Can someone please explain how to write a filter to replace the name with something else?
Hello, first of all i want to apologize for my wrong english grammar. I’m a Filipino. I’m new using wordpress and buddypress here is my site that i need to develop (neustgaec.com). I set the admin toolbar default that show from the logged out user. I want to know if how can i set my login and register link in admin toolbar align right. Sorry for my noob question. any answer will be appreciated thank you.
The latest WordPress release doesn’t display the WP Toolbar for Subscriber level users. Not only does this prevent access to the account menu via the Toolbar, it more importantly means that Notifications remain at zero, even on the user profile page.
Upgrading the account to Contributor or above will reinstate the Toolbar and bring Notifications back to life.
This problem isn’t theme specific or a plugin conflict. bbPress is affected in the same way.
Any thoughts on this? WP is breaking a key component of two it’s most widely used plugins.