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[Resolved] Activity stream accessible to everyone

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    ilGhera
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    @ghera74

    Hi everybody! What I’m trying to do, as you can see from the title, is to let the activity stream open to everyone, without the need to be registered.
    The plus for logged in users will be only the possibility to add comments, share and so on.
    Please, can anyone help me doing it? Thanks in advance for your help!

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    @bphelp

    @ghera74
    So are you saying you want non-logged-in users to be able to post an update to the activity stream without being registered but they just cant comment on the post?

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    ilGhera
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    @ghera74

    Hi bp-help, thanks for your fast reply!
    Of course not, to post activity stream and comment other activity you have to be registered.
    I just need the guest able to see all the activity, without interaction.

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    Henry
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    @henrywright-1

    @ghera74 you can see the sitewide activity stream (without being a registered member) by going to yoursite.com/activity

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    bp-help
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    @bphelp

    @ghera74
    That is default behavior if you do not have an private community type plugins activated. You can make activity your landing page in dashboard/settings/reading or create a custom menu and add the activity page as a menu item if you don’t want it as a landing page:
    https://codex.buddypress.org/user/setting-up-a-new-installation/how-to-set-up-your-main-site-navigation-using-the-built-in-wordpress-menus/
    Either way the activity stream is visible to logged-out-users, they just can’t post or comment.

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    ilGhera
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    @ghera74

    Unfortunately no, that’s the point! I probably changed something creating the site, my fault!
    An example. If I’m logged in as admin, I can obviously see everything but, If I try with a subscriber account, I can see only my personal activity, no main activity stream, no other members activity.
    Is that normal? Is this the way that BP should work?

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    @bphelp

    @ghera74
    No that is not normal. If it was custom code you will have to find that custom code you introduced and either comment it out or delete it if your certain you will not use it anymore. If it is a plugin then deactivate each one individually until your narrow it down to the one that is problematic.

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    ilGhera
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    @ghera74

    Yes @bphelp, I’m sure is custom code but I have to find out witch one, as I made a lot of work!
    Thanks for your help, thanks to @henrywright-1 too 😉

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    ilGhera
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    @ghera74

    No way to fix it! I tried to do that replacing my activity/index.php, activity-loop.php and entry.php, all files involved into the site activity page.
    Same thing done with ajax.php.
    The strange thing is that if I go to mysite/activity logged out, I can’t see the content but the page is ok. If I try logged with a subscriber account, the system can’t load the activity and doesn’t come back to activity/index.php to call sidebar and footer.
    Any idea? http://www.findmytalent.it
    Thanks for your help!

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    ilGhera
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    @ghera74

    Solved! It was a code in function.php that I added months ago for filtering activity based on friendship.
    Thanks for your support !

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