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  • joanicegreen
    Participant

    Redirects are leading to a blank page (header and sidebar’s are there but the actual activity is not displayed)

    During an email notification of an activity, the link provided in the email is:
    http://www.itsartmag.com/features/activity-2/p/1234

    When you click the link it goes to
    http://www.itsartmag.com/features/members-2/user/activity/1234/

    When it gets to this page the page is blank, it will have the header and sidebar and content space, but nothing appears in the content space.

    An example of this is as follows:

    The email gives this link:

    http://www.itsartmag.com/features/activity-2/p/816/

    The site redirects you to:
    http://www.itsartmag.com/features/members-2/cgartist/activity/816/

    And the activity entry does not show at all

    Is there a way to have the link redirect to just the activity page or how is this handled in the core

    We have tried to update the .htaccess but the redirect is actually pretty ugly.

    This is similar to the following posts (opened over a year ago, so I am just referencing them, since I am not sure if it was ever resolved)

    http://buddypress.org/support/topic/why-does-buddypress-use-redirection-links-in-activities/

    http://buddypress.org/support/topic/view-single-activity-infinite-redirect/

    http://buddypress.org/support/topic/buddypress-activity-stream-permalinks/

    1. Which version of WordPress are you running? Version 3.5.2

    2. Did you install WordPress as a directory or subdomain install?
    It is installed on the following path from the web root:
    features/itsart

    3. If a directory install, is it in root or in a subdirectory?
    It is in a subdirectory:

    httpdocs/features/itsart

    4. Did you upgrade from a previous version of WordPress? If so, from which version?

    Not recently

    5. Was WordPress functioning properly before installing/upgrading BuddyPress (BP)? e.g. permalinks, creating a new post, commenting.
    Yes

    6. Which version of BP are you running?
    1.7.2

    7. Did you upgraded from a previous version of BP? If so, from which version?
    No

    8. Do you have any plugins other than BuddyPress installed and activated? If so, which ones?
    Yes:

    AddThis Follow Widget
    AddThis Social Bookmarking Widget
    AdRotate Professional
    Akismet
    BP Activity Autoloader
    BP Friends Suggestions Widget
    BP Group Organizer
    BP Members With Uploaded Avatars Widget
    BP reshare
    BP Resume Page
    BuddyMenu
    BuddyPress
    BuddyPress AddThis LS
    BuddyPress Follow
    BuddyPress Live Notification
    BuddyPress login redirect
    BuddyPress Media
    Buddypress Sitewide activity widget
    BuddyPress Template Pack
    Chartbeat
    Clean up wp_head
    Clobber spam users
    Community Activity On profile
    Conditional Widgets
    Contact Form 7
    Core Control
    Disqus Comment System
    DRP WordPress User Management
    DZS Video Gallery
    Events +
    Export Users to CSV
    Facebook Friends Inviter
    Facebook Like Activity Stream For BuddyPress
    Google Analytics for WordPress
    If Menu
    iframe
    Jetpack by WordPress.com
    JW Player 6 Plugin for WordPress
    Login Logo
    Magic Members
    Manual Control for Jetpack
    Newsletters
    Prevent Password Reset
    PunchTab for WordPress
    Really Simple CAPTCHA
    Slide-In
    Social Articles
    SSH SFTP Updater Support
    TS Widget Pack
    Use Google Libraries
    Video SEO for WordPress SEO by Yoast
    Viper’s Video Quicktags
    Welcome Pack
    White Label CMS
    Widgetize pages Light
    WordPress SEO
    WP-Memory-Usage
    WP Hide Dashboard
    WPMU DEV Dashboard
    WP Status Notifier
    WPtouch Pro

    9. Are you using the standard BuddyPress themes or customized themes?

    Customized theme wpzoom’s magazinium with buddypress template pack installed

    10. Have you modified the core files in any way?
    No

    11. Do you have any custom functions in bp-custom.php?
    No

    12. If running bbPress, which version? Or did your BuddyPress install come with a copy of bbPress built-in?
    Not Running

    13. Please provide a list of any errors in your server’s log files.
    None that I can see in relation to this, no 404’s etc

    14. Which company provides your hosting?
    Self Hosted

    15. Is your server running Windows, or if Linux; Apache, nginx or something else?
    LAMP

    #166676
    RiGoRmOrTiS_UK
    Participant

    @henrywright-1

    Hi, Thanks for that.. I’ve just tested the code. It certainly removes members who haven’t logged in for 60 days; however it doesn’t reduce the “member count” on the page; so you end up with empty pages where it says its showing members 80-88 but no-one is listed.

    Is there anyway to get the member count to reduce so I don’t have empty pages with invisible members? 🙂

    also the role exclusion doesn’t appear to work; I’ve tried replacing it with ‘subscriber’ to see if it was because “blocked” wasn’t the right role phrase; however subscribers were still displayed; so I assume its a code error?

    #165629
    @mercime
    Keymaster

    Members page is not visible in the top menu bar


    @waterfiend
    check out http://wpmu.org/how-to-build-a-facebook-style-members-only-wordpress-buddypress-site/ or have a look at different solutions posted for a private BP site at https://buddypress.org/support/topic/protecting-buddypress-pages-from-non-logged-in-users/

    iamsheena
    Participant

    wordpress 3.5.1
    buddypress 1.7.1
    Theme: my own custom theme
    note: *i didnt use bp-default theme/child theme, from what i understand this is not needed for this version of buddypress (am i right?)

    ————–

    Hello guys!
    This might be a very noob question but i’m stuck with this for two days already. T_T Its my first time to install BuddyPress.

    I just want to change the location of the login | register in the admin bar.

    I’m planning to move it to the header and hide the admin bar to logged out users.

    I just want a simple Login | Register (if user is log out, and when clicked go to their own respective pages)
    and be changed to Log Out (if user is logged in)

    i have checked out:
    https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org/browser/tags/1.7/bp-themes/bp-default/sidebar.php

    and came up with this:`<?php if ( !is_user_logged_in() ) : ?>
    <h4><?php echo bp_core_get_userlink( bp_loggedin_user_id() ); ?></h4>
    <a class=”button logout” href=”<?php echo wp_logout_url( wp_guess_url() ); ?>”><?php _e( 'Log Out' ); ?></a>
    <?php else : ?>
    <a href=”<?php echo get_site_url(); ?>/wp-login.php”>Login</a>
    <a href=”<?php echo get_site_url(); ?>/registration”>Register</a>
    <?php endif; ?>`

    But even when the user is logged out, it still says log out and isnt clickable.

    Thank you very much in advance! 🙂

    #163561
    danzigism
    Participant

    You’re right @shanebp

    After reading that manage_options much gives that role access to the entire Settings feature of WordPress I realized that isn’t good. Needless to say, I have used Adminimize to hide the “Settings” tab from the Manager user role for the time being but certain savvy people could still access it if they knew the URL to those settings pages.

    I submitted the bug to: https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/4991#ticket

    Thanks again for all of your help!

    #162954
    Anton Naydenoff
    Participant

    This key works same as the link to confirm your acount sent to your e-mail works. The difference is that the key has to be manually entered in the field on “Activate” page. You can hide this page from your menu for logged in users because it is meanless for them after registration, activation and logging in the site for the first time.

    #159983
    giannisff
    Participant

    If you change the css file you will remove it from all pages. In my opinion just find this code to your html file and remove it. In any case you can do an inspection element to your browser (this will help you more). Have a backup anyway.

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    JohnnyJonJon
    Participant

    I get this message every time I save a group on the admin page at e.g.:

    /wp-admin/admin.php?page=bp-groups&gid=4&action=edit

    Even though there are admins in the group, I get this error message. Also, I have “ghost” members on the group pages. It shows there are 38 members for example when there are only 34. I have hide admins set to false on the group pages.

    Any ideas?

    I’m running BP1.7

    Thanks, Jon

    #156048
    szed
    Participant

    Hi !
    Did anyone find a way to hav User Acces Manager working with Buddypress ?

    I’m looking for a way to hide/show certain parts of my site to specifics groups.
    UAM doed that perfectly.
    But, with the BudyPress page (Members, Groups, Forum, etc…) even if UAM hide them in the menu for non-granted user, they can acces to the page directly by the URL…

    On a normal page/post, a non-granted user who is trying to acces a page (private by UAM) directly by the URL, will be redirect to the home page (depending on the option of UAM of course).

    Juste the BudyPress’s pages are causing problems 🙁

    Any idea ?

    #154911
    39images
    Participant

    Is there a way to hide postbullets just on the BP pages?

    #153648
    bp-help
    Participant

    Also, how can I hide the Activity pages etc. until the user loggs in?

    Read my reply in the following thread to accomplish this.
    https://buddypress.org/support/topic/private-community-with-public-wordpress/

    #153645
    findly01
    Participant

    Thanks for the link

    Any idea how to change the link in the navigation from ‘Members’ to ‘Your Profile’, so the user doesn’t have to trawl through profiles each time?

    Also, how can I hide the Activity pages etc. until the user loggs in?

    #152779
    Florence
    Participant

    Ahh, I wanted to achieve something like this as well. Like you, I’m using S2members (which I absolutely love – lets you hide/text menu items, text, posts, pages, downloadable content ect based on user role).

    This is what I’ve done: For the registration process I’m using BAW invitation codes. Users need to register for a health course (using Event Espresso), and in the confirmation email they recieve an invitation code they can use to log in and access course materials.

    #151497
    transmission
    Participant

    Thanks for all the help. Fixed it now, I had missunderstood and had my pages set-up wrong. Thanks again.

    http://www.ridetromso.com

    danbpfr
    Participant

    Go to your admin > Pages and delete the register and empty the trash

    Do the same if you have a Login page.

    Then go to settings > buddypress.

    – Tab Component and check the one you want.

    – Tab Pages and create a page from there for each component.

    Save.

    Now BP is correctly configured.

    Check also settings > permalinks and choose something other as default.

    If you created some custom menus before installing BP, double check them to have the new pages.

    Done !

    #149207
    Hugo Ashmore
    Keymaster

    Doesn’t look neat

     

    Really? Please explain. If you mean that they display on all pages that’s what they are meant to do, if you are building your site using WP pages for everything I suggest you copy page.php rename it page-plain.php give it template headers so it’s selectable in the create page view and then strip out all but the content loop .

    #149192
    saukgp
    Participant

    @mercime thank you for replying, please check the page, http://eragenx.com and also other pages like http://eragenx.com/faq etc, date and permalink is being displayed on all pages. I am using chrome browser, infact, the result is same with opera or safari.

    #148940
    Michael4fm
    Participant

    Just thought I’d add another suggestion – there’s a plugin called Member Access (http://www.chrisabernethy.com/wordpress-plugins/member-access/) which controls access to pages based on whether a visitor is logged in or not. I’m using it successfully on a BuddyPress site. I think you’d have to disable access to the “Member Directory” page as well for it to work ‘out of the box’, but with some php tweaking  you may be able to have the directory page show but restrict access to more detailed profile information.

    #148316
    ckchaudhary
    Participant

    @Chouf1 thanks. works like a charm.
    Since i didn’t want anything (even the avatar image) to be displayed to non-logged in users, i added the code in home.php instead (and plugins.php, since i have 2-3 custom pages added to users profile).

    Many thanks.

    #33144
    clemensrettich
    Participant

    Hello,

    I’m new to buddypress. I can’t find an intro to basic “FAQ before you Ask” section and can’t find any way to search the forums. Could someone point me in the right direction?

    The question I want to ask is “How do I hide/remove certain pages from the header menu? I just installed Buddypress and pages that had no tabs on my previous theme because they were hidden all suddenly showed up. You can check it out at http://www.greatperformances.ca to see what I mean.”

    Thank you for a start in this!

    #33106
    Jimmy
    Participant

    Hi guys. I’m building a Multisite/BuddyPress website and I want to put it in “maintenance mode” so the public can’t see it but I can still collect email addresses. I’ve tried a couple of plugins. The plugins seem to be good for hiding non-BuddyPress areas of the site (e.g., Blog) but they don’t hide BuddyPress areas of the site (e.g., Activity, Forums, Groups, or Members).

    Any suggestions?

    #145524
    drill_sgt.lewis
    Participant

    Another simpler approach would be to created a bp-custom.php and place it in the plugins directory and add the following code
    `<?php
    function bp_guest_redirect() {
    global $bp;
    if ( bp_is_activity_component() || bp_is_groups_component() /*|| bbp_is_single_forum()*/ || bp_is_forums_component() || bp_is_blogs_component() || bp_is_page( BP_MEMBERS_SLUG ) ) {
    // enter the slug or component conditional here
    if(!is_user_logged_in()) { // not logged in user
    wp_redirect( get_option(‘siteurl’) . ‘/register’ );
    } // user will be redirect to any link to want
    }
    }
    add_filter(‘get_header’,’bp_guest_redirect’,1);
    ?>`
    This code will work to hide buddypress pages and group forums as is, if your using sitewide forums in line 4 remove the comments around:
    || bbp_is_single_forum()
    Save and refresh. Works in current versions.

    #144902
    aaclayton
    Member

    Hey @candeed, thanks for the compliment! I’ve worked hard to integrate BP into my theme as naturally as possible and to keep pages lightweight. However, I would definitely benefit from the advice and collaboration of someone who has more development experience. I hide it pretty well through constant research and lots of hard work, but I’m actually still a huge noob when it comes to this stuff. If you have any friends who are experienced developers and interested in ESO I would definitely like to get a chance to talk to them.

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