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  • #252541

    In reply to: Blog for users

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    FridaFric
    Participant

    Hi danbp,
    Thank you very much for your prompt response. I’ve done all that you wrote me but new tab called Sites do not appear in Toolbar user menu. Maybe I need something to do in BuddyPress settings too?

    #252540

    In reply to: Blog for users

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    danbp
    Moderator

    Hi,

    you don’t need a plugin to do that. You have perhaps omited to activate blog creation. Go to your network admin (wp-admin/network/settings.php)

    and select one of these option:
    – Logged in users may register new sites.
    – Both sites and user accounts can be registered.

    Save and you’re done.
    On the Toolbar user menu (top right) you will see a new button called Sites whith a sub-menu Create a site.

    #251764
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    Paul Gibbs
    Keymaster

    By “notification”, do you mean an email? Or a notification in the toolbar? Or both?

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    RONO2
    Participant

    Hide Admin Bar Toolbar is what I used. I’m still trying to link my buddypress with my bbpress not going over well. LoL Hope this helps.

    #249911
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    OakCreative
    Participant

    @oliver_rub, our current solution involves deregistering the BuddyPress mentions script and enqueuing our own slightly modified version with a more generic jQuery selector. I think @slaffik has found the best solution though, I’m going to try it.

    @benworxnl, no we had a slightly different scenario. We transformed the “What’s New” textarea into a WYSIWYG editor and the visual tab worked on that straight away. The issue we had was getting the mentions to work on that visual editor.

    Anyway, we duplicated and edited the activity/post-form.php template and replaced the textarea with wp_editor;

    wp_editor(
    	isset( $_GET['r'] ) ? '@' . esc_attr( $_GET['r'] ) : '',
    	'whats-new',
    	array(
    		'textarea_name' => 'whats-new',
    		'editor_class'  => 'whats-new-mce',
    		'editor_height' => 200,
    		'tinymce' => array(
    			'toolbar1' => 'bold,italic,underline,|,blockquote,|,bullist,numlist,|,link,unlink,|,spellchecker,|,undo,redo',
    			'toolbar2' => ''
    		)
    	)
    );

    For activity replies, you could do something similar to this in activity/entry.php;

    wp_editor(
    	isset( $_GET['r'] ) ? '@' . esc_attr( $_GET['r'] ) : '',
    	'ac-input-' . bp_activity_id(),
    	array(
    		'textarea_name' => 'ac_input_' . bp_activity_id(),
    		'editor_class'  => 'ac-input',
    		'editor_height' => 200,
    		'tinymce' => array(
    			'toolbar1' => 'bold,italic,underline,|,blockquote,|,bullist,numlist,|,link,unlink,|,spellchecker,|,undo,redo',
    			'toolbar2' => ''
    		)
    	)
    );

    Please note, I’ve not tested the above.

    #249713

    In reply to: Few Issues

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    David Cavins
    Moderator
    #249666
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    johnywhy
    Participant

    hi!

    We need a plain text multiline field (without formatting toolbar). Like HTML “textarea” element.

    Is there a way to hide the formatting toolbar in the built-in multiline textbox? What kind of textbox is that TinyMCE?

    Or, can we add a new fieldtype? i could not find instructions for this– if possible, plz link me to instructions.

    thx for all help!

    #249663

    Topic: Few Issues

    in forum Your BuddyPress
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    angelawilkes
    Participant

    I am needing help on a few issues. I have latest WP & BP available as of today, and am using theme Twenty Thirteen. The website is http://www.ogfs.org
    1) When registered users log in, I need them to only have access to the front-end rather than their limited back-end page. (Note: I am using BP Registration Options to require admin approval upon registration).
    2) Disable the toolbar at top for all non-admin users
    3) Recommendation on plugin that allows photos to be posted to group post comments. I have tried a few that allows media into the original post, but not the comments. A secondary alternative is possibly allow media attachment into private message (not ideal, but acceptable)
    4) Ability for users to Edit their comment. Delete works great, but need ability to edit also. Plugin?
    Thanks in advance for any and all assistance!

    #249656

    Topic: Few Issues

    in forum Your BuddyPress
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    angelawilkes
    Participant

    I am needing help on a few issues. The website is http://www.ogfs.org
    1) When registered users log in, I need them to only have access to the front-end rather than their limited back-end page. (Note: I am using BP Registration Options to require admin approval upon registration).
    2) Disable the toolbar at top for all non-admin users
    3) Recommendation on plugin that allows photos to be posted to group post comments. I have tried a few that allows media into the original post, but not the comments. A secondary alternative is possibly allow media attachment into private message (not ideal, but acceptable)
    4) Ability for users to Edit their comment. Delete works great, but need ability to edit also. Plugin?
    Thanks in advance for any and all assistance!

    #249305
    #248156
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    jscmal
    Participant

    @shanebp

    Here the list of plugins installed in this moment:

    advanced-lazy-load
    advanced-recent-posts
    affiliates-manager
    affiliates-manager-simple-membership-integration
    akismet
    bp-activity-autoloader
    bp-activity-comment-notifier
    bp-activity-shortcode
    buddypress
    buddypress-cover-photo
    buddypress-first-letter-avatar
    buddypress-followers
    buddypress-media
    buddypress-members-only
    buddypress-sticker
    cookie-law-info
    ewww-image-optimizer
    eyes-only-user-access-shortcode
    favorites
    fb-like-notification-for-buddypress
    google-analytics-dashboard-for-wp
    hashbuddy
    invite-anyone
    jetpack
    mailchimp-for-wp
    options-importer
    options-optimizer
    redirection
    simple-ajax-chat
    simple-membership
    simple-membership-after-login-redirection
    simple-membership-custom-messages
    simple-membership-form-shortcode
    simple-membership-mailchimp-integration
    simple-membership-menu
    simple-membership-wp-user-import
    stream
    testimonials-by-woothemes
    user-role-editor
    user-switching
    woosidebars
    wordpress-database-reset
    wordpress-importer
    wordpress-seo
    wp-optimize
    wp-postviews
    wp-super-cache
    wp-sweep
    wp-symposium-toolbar
    wp-useronline
    wp-video-lightbox

    #248103
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    shanebp
    Moderator

    I made a small adjustment to the code in an attempt to solve the issue you reported on the plugin support forums.
    Can you confirm that it is working?

    Re “removing the toolbar and menu for all users except admin” – please do not double post.
    Please use your existing thread:
    https://buddypress.org/support/topic/disabling-the-toolbar-for-members-except-admin/

    #248102
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    debabratsharma
    Participant

    i am using this BP Registration Options plugin which does the same work like your plugin i guess….although i m looking now for removing the toolbar and menu for all users except admin…..can you help me on that??

    #248099
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    debabratsharma
    Participant

    buddpress: 2.4.3
    wp: 4.4

    I want to disable toolbar for members so that it is visible only for admin….

    I also want to disable menu for non-members…I am using BP Registration Options plugin but the menu still is displayed but it cant be accessed by non-members…i am using the register page as front page of the theme…

    #247910
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    dlongm01
    Participant

    OK – I found it:

    /* Buddypress rich text toolbar – hide fullscreen button*/
    .mce-i-fullscreen::before {
    display:none;
    }

    #247909
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    dlongm01
    Participant

    Does anyone know how to remove the full screen icon from the rich text editor in Buddypress?

    When I edit a profile field from the front end, the full screen button displays a blank screen with no way back to to the editor

    Simple solution is to remove or hide the button.

    Thanks

    #247810
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    fried_eggz
    Participant

    Yes @henrywright, the settings are correct.

    Steps to repeoduce:

    1. Install vanilla WordPress 4.4
    2. Install vanilla BuddyPress 2.4.3
    3. Use default theme
    4. Post a status update
    5. Create a new user
    6. Log in as new user
    7. Comment on status

    Just to be clear, I’m talking about notifications in WordPress toolbar. Have not checked if email notifications work since I’m on localhost.

    #247430
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    Stacy (non coder)
    Participant

    I don;t want it shown on some blogs or during building phase whilst other blogs are already public.

    Tried the global hide toolbar plugin but bp still shows. Any plugins to hide bp in the navi bar specifically?

    #246762
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    sLaNGjIs Team
    Participant

    @jeremymh wrote

    Has this been resolved in the new version?

    Yes! !! This plugin not have any issue …

    You have posted this on forum: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/not-working-with-buddypress-installed/ but you have not provided any further information on the configuration used, or other plugins installed, or the conditions in which you experience the alleged problem, for registered and unregistered users, for example, so it is impossible to give assistance. BuddyPress also has to do the settings for the management of Admin Bar or Toolbar.

    @danbp,

    This plugin works at the administrative level, not at the user level.

    What you’re talking about operates at user level, then an administrator, or super admin, has no control of these functions.

    IMHO, given his role as moderator, should not make personal comments about plug-ins, and the work of its authors.

    Thanks.

    #245773

    In reply to: Problems with TopBar

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    style960
    Participant

    Can you post a screenshot of how you think the site should look, and a screenshot of what you see as a problem. I have access to the Kleo theme, and some experience of customizing the WordPress toolbar.

    #245458
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    danbp
    Moderator

    @canadianmusicnetwork,

    i never used BuddyForms, so i can’t help you with this. Ask on their support if a specific audio field exist or can be added, and how.

    That said, WP comes with all of this, but later. Meaning by this that a user will be able to upload an audio file once it is already registered.

    It is commonly accepted that nothing can be added to a site as long as a new user is not validated or pending.

    On a standart install, i would use a simple text field on a new field group named Audio. And, eg., if you allow 5 files, use 5 fields.

    BP strips HTML on prfoile fields, so it’ not possible by default to get the automatted embed like in a post. Why is unclear to me, as embed is implemented since BP 1.6 for activities, groups, but not profiles… Anyway, a little bp-custom snippet magic (here it is ! ) will let you do this.

    function set_audio_field( $field_value ) {
    	$bp_this_field_name = bp_get_the_profile_field_name();
    	// field name (case sensitive)
    	if( $bp_this_field_name == 'N° 1' || $bp_this_field_name == 'N° 2' ) {
    		$field_value = strip_tags( $field_value );
    		$field_value = '[audio mp3 ="'.$field_value.'"]';
    	}
    	return $field_value;
    }
    add_filter( 'bp_get_the_profile_field_value','set_audio_field');

    That’s it for site admin. Now for the user.

    The new user capability should be “author”, so he can upload files. This is default, but you can change that, if you search a bit on WP’s codex.

    First he have to upload his file. From Toolbar: Dashbord > Media > add new. Then he has to copy the file URL avaible on the media upload page, under “edit” and then in the right menu.

    User goes to his profile > edit > audio tab and paste the file URL into the audio field, save and voila ! Here the result:

    audio display on profile

    That’s only one possibility. the’re others, like custom post type…

    #245444
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    danbp
    Moderator

    Hi,

    members are all in the users list avaible on Dashboard > Users. If you are site admin, you can also delete members on frontend. Go to the profile you want to delete and click on Edit which appears on WP’s Toolbar. There is an item “delete this profile”.
    Advantage goes to dashboard handling, as you can bulk delete from there. 😉

    #245433
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    gagogodesigns
    Participant

    I am getting the following message.
    I have updated the wordpress install with a new download. I have updated buddypress also with a new download. I have every other plugin disabled and have narrowed the error down to buddypress. Also clicking the support link in the dashboard has an extra p in support so we are sent to a 404 located at http://buddypress.org/suppport/

    Notice: bp_setup_current_user was called incorrectly. The current user is being initialized without using $wp->init(). Please see Debugging in WordPress for more information. (This message was added in version 1.7.) in /var/www/wp-includes/functions.php on line 3622
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    Notice: get_user_id_from_string is deprecated since version 3.6! Use get_user_by() instead. in /var/www/wp-includes/functions.php on line 3406

    1. WordPress 4.3.1

    2. Directory

    3. It is in the Document root for the server /var/www

    4. This is a very fresh install, and was not from a major upgrade.

    5. Getting error message and link to support is not working.

    6. 2.3.4 is the version of buddypress I am running

    7. This is not an upgrade of buddypress it is a fresh install

    8. I have several other plugins installed and activated right now, however I have tried disabling them all and running buddypress as the only plugin. but here is the list incase it helps:

    BadgeOS
    BadgeOS Community Add-on
    bbPress
    BP Registration Options
    BuddyPress
    CloudFlare
    Contact Form 7
    Contact Form 7 Multi-Step Forms
    Contact Form DB
    Custom Post Type UI
    Members
    Paid Memberships Pro
    Posts 2 Posts
    Revolution Slider
    WP Super Cache

    9. I am using a theme called AccessPress Pro from AccessPressThemes.com however I have tried deactivating and using the tweentyfourteen theme

    10. Never touched the core

    11. I have not added custom functions to the bp-custom.php but plan to do so. I do not know if one of the installed plugins may have done so.

    12. no bbpress
    13.

    14. Local Dev server

    15. Linux Ubuntu With Apache

    #244937
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    boberry1
    Participant

    I am trying to create a membership community using Buddypress with bbpress as the forum. I have installed both plugins and can view the profile page. I have created some forums but they are not able to be viewed from the profile page. In fact, they only exist on my WP dashboard.

    I do not have the toolbar or menu set up to access the community. This will be a paid for community that is accessible only through a dashboard page after log in.

    I have deleted the “forums” page and created the “Group forums” page but still nothing is listed. Any and all suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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    danbp
    Moderator

    I’m wondering what is a username for you.

    WP register only a user by username (aka pseudonym), email and password. BP add a Name field in which you can add anything: username, first or lastname. In the user table, there is also display_name, wich is the combination of first and last name from a WP user profile, before BuddyPress was installed or if you allow your users to enter the dashboard, and they start to play with their profile settings. IMHO, it’s better they haven’t that access when BP is activated. 👮

    When on the members directory, you (connected or not) can search a member by using his username.

    If you use WP’s site search from toolbar or the search widget (same thing), it doesn’t work, as members are not post types… 👣

    For now, i’m unsure what you want to fetch. Do you mean display_name ?

    All search forms available in BP are contextualized, as @henrywright expected.

    A BP class can be extended, a core function with a filter can be extended. You simply add your own to it.
    In other cases, like for bp_core_action_search_site function (in bp-core-classes.php)
    there is an action and a filter. Wow. 💪

    You can rewrite the whole function and use the action hook or only change a part of it by using the filter.

    remove_action( 'bp_init', 'bp_core_action_search_site', 7 );
    function my_custom_core_action_search_site() {
       bla bla bla....
    }
    add_action( 'bp_init', 'my_custom_core_action_search_site', 7 );

    or
    add_filter( 'filter_name', function_name');

    Theorie here:
    https://buddypress.org/support/topic/how-to-override-core-function/

    But before hacking to deep, read here:
    https://codex.buddypress.org/developer/loops-reference/the-members-loop/

    Maybe you could find some interesting things about include or search_tems options. 👀

    If all this is too much for you, consider this plugin:
    https://wordpress.org/plugins/buddypress-global-search/

    @prabin04, @henrywright
    🚧 i’m really not an expert in matter of BP search, but thank you for your consideration.

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