Search Results for 'spam'
Topic: Spam via messages.
Yesterday an user registered via facebook (social login) has sent dating messages to many users!
Is there any way to limits messages to x number?
Or only if friends?
Or only if user has other messages /comments approved in community blog?
So, is there something i can do to defense my community for this problem?
Hello, I am trying to edit my theme to enclose the Delete button and Mark as Spam button into a custom drop-down box. How can I add these buttons into another area? Also, how do I remove these buttons from the do_action( ‘bp_activity_entry_meta’ ); ?> action? Thanks for any help!
How can I configure Buddypress to prevent users from adding more than 1 recipient to the “Send To (Username or Friend’s Name)” field on the compose private message page? I would like to do this to reduce the ability of users to spam multiple users at once.
Topic: Buddypress user registration
I have a WordPress site with Buddypress. User registration is managed by WordPress or Buddypress?
This is the problem: in my site there is a spammer (not a robot, but a person!) that registers a lot of users and uses them for creating flames. Blocking IP is useless because he has different connections (mobile, etc) and the IP changes always. He create new emails, and makes registrations.
Now I am quite expert in looking at the emails he uses. So If I could “disable” the automatic registration, and enable each new user manually, it could be ok. I mean: a user makes the registration, but doesn’t receive the email for clicking. He has to wait for me, that I see the “pending” registration and approve them manually.
Is this possible? Is this the best solution?
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.