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When a new user registers using the standard Buddypress user form, they receive the activation email and that all works great! However, they are automatically logged in to the site when they click complete on the register form and can continue to use the site as a standard user. If they are to log out, they cannot get back in. But we recently had someone spam our site with logins and comments and votes using this exploit.
Any ideas on where to look to solve this? Essentially, i don’t want the register form to automatically log the user in..
Any help you be much appreciated. Thank you.
Topic: BP Issues
I’ve installed Buddypress, Buddyblog and the latest version of BP Simple Front End Post: http://babyitsourworld.com
1. When a user begins to create a post, they do not have an option to upload a featured image. How do I fix this? A featured image should be required – See Screenshot: http://bit.ly/2fNRlNU
2. The style of the page is too long. How do we make the Category and Tags split the page 1/2 & 1/2 with contained list? This will shorten the page greatly – See screenshot: http://bit.ly/2fNRlNU
3. One of our users tried to register and got the confirmation email in their spam folder. So can we edit the email copy to: “BTW: Be sure to add B.O.W. to your contacts in order not to get these emails to your spam folder or in any other dark corner of your inbox.”
How do I do this for the BuddyPress email confirmation?
4. How do I hide/remove ONLY the top left parts of the Admin from users? User should not be able to see the dashboard. Only the Admin. Screenshot: http://bit.ly/2g1aOxp
Thanks in Advance.
I have an ongoing problem with spammers, and whereas there is no adequate mechanism to control spam with BP, I proceeded to disable sending of email notifications. At least that’s what I figured the feature is about.
Under “Emails >> All Emails”, I chose to Edit those that are abused by spammers, and deselected whatever was checked off under “Selection”, thinking that if no situation is selected for when the email should be triggered, then none will be triggered.
Unfortunately, those I have deselected now disable the following error message on the All Emails page:
Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in ../../wp-includes/functions.php on line 3508
Warning: implode(): Invalid arguments passed in ../../wp-content/plugins/buddypress/bp-core/classes/class-bp-admin.php on line 1015
I am up to date on WP and all plugins, and use Twenty Sixteen child theme slightly customized.
Hope somebody can help me resolve the error issue.
I would like to request the ability to set restrictions on users’ actions in order to prevent spam. For example, the restriction on how many friend connections can a user request per day, or how many members can a user tag in a post, etc.
Such features have been a standard part of many social networking scripts for years. I’m sure it would be appreciated by webmasters.
I got spam register on my website… I delete all of them manually.
Part of them even activate the email and after posting on forums and updating the status with spam.
How to remove them to not register?
maybe re-captcha of google or something like.
after the update to v2.7.0 (from the latest before) member of the type “Subscriber” / “Participant” can no longer upload new profile pictures, or pictures, video, or audio to their personal galleries. The upload process starts, then ends with “HTTP error.” – no other data.
It still works fine for administrators – so I assume, maybe some access rights may have changed?
Thanks for looking into it!
For the Scaffies admin team,
Here the technical configuration / versions:
Dedicated (powerful) managed server on Linux
WordPress Version 4.6.1
WordPress DB Version 37965
Active Theme DynamiX 5.3
Arrowchat WordPress Integration 1.0.2
bbPress Topic Thumbnails 1.2
BP Custom Background for User Profile 1.0.5
BP Profile Message UX Free 1.5
BP Recent Profile Visitors 1.1.3
BP Registration Options 4.2.12
BuddyPress Activity Plus 1.6.4
Buddypress Friend of a Friend (FOAF) 2.6
BuddyPress Friends On-line (FOL) 0.4.3.1
BuddyPress Members only 1.3
Buddypress Messages Spam Blocker 2.5
BuddyPress MyMood 1.7
BuddyPress Polling Plugin 1.0
BuddyPress Registration Groups 1.1.2
BuddyPress Sitewide Activity Widget 1.3.2
BuddyPress Social Icons 1.0.2
CDN Enabler 1.0.3
CM Answers Pro 2.1.6
Contact Form by BestWebSoft 4.0.3
Contact Form Multi by BestWebSoft 1.1.9
Dev4Press Updater 3.3.2
Easy Polling Plugin 2.5
EU Cookie Law 2.9.3
Events Manager 184.108.40.206
GD bbPress Toolbox 4.4.2
Google Analytics Dashboard for WP 220.127.116.11
Huzzaz Video Gallery 7.3
Jetpack by WordPress.com 4.3.2
Login Widget With Shortcode 5.5.3
Pixel Jar BuddyPress Honeypot 1.1
Rating-Widget: Star Review System [Premium] 18.104.22.168
Simple History 2.12
Slider Revolution 5.2.5
Soundcloud is Gold 2.3.2
UpdraftPlus – Backup/Restore 22.214.171.124
User Role Editor 4.28
Wordfence Security 6.2.2
WPBakery Visual Composer 4.4.2
Hi, I need to know if there is a code or anything to advise the user after that he submit the registration ( so past the complete registration step ) that an email with a confirmation link has been sent in order to activate the account ect. because at this stage once the registration has complete it is usually redirect to the main page without further notice, as a confirmation email can go into the spam ect. so a text to remind of what to do or to check would be beneficial and so common really…
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