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  • mziebinski
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    @mziebinski

    Hello, I can’t get the BuddyPress admin bar to show up on my site for subscribers (only for the admin). I’m using the Tesseract theme, but I’ve tried the Twenty-thirteen/fourteen/fifteen and other themes too, and it won’t work! Please help!
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  • mrjarbenne
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    @mrjarbenne

    Have you attempted to deactivate all of your plugins as well to see if there is a culprit there? Usually Adminbar issues crop up if the <?php wp_footer(); ?> tag is missing. Usually this is a theme thing, but on occasion a poorly coded plugin can create a similar error. Given that the issue seems to be role-based, that might indicate it’s a plugin trying to do some funky things based on user-role.


    mziebinski
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    @mziebinski

    @mrjarbenne

    I added <?php wp_footer(); ?> to my footer.php – is that where it’s supposed to go?

    Either way, it did not fix the issue. Also tried disabling plugins… didn’t help!

    Any other ideas??


    mrjarbenne
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    @mrjarbenne

    No. that php tag will need to be at the bottom of the content templates eg: index.php page.php if it’s not there. Depending on the theme you might have a few different templates. There is a hierarchy of which gets loaded first: https://developer.wordpress.org/themes/basics/template-hierarchy/

    So are you saying that with all the plugins except BP deactivated, running the a default (twentyxx) theme, you are still seeing the issue?


    mziebinski
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    @mziebinski

    @mrjarbenne

    Turns out it was the Woocommerce plugin after all. Is buddypress not compatible with woocommerce?

    Thanks for your help!


    bareguys
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    @bareguys

    I had the same problem. For me it was the memebership 2 plugin that caused the error. Disabled it and all works fine!


    andywillis1960
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    @andywillis1960

    I have had this same problem so I disabled the Woocommerce plugin and it fixed the problem. Only problem is now I can’t use Woocommerce.
    How do I fix this ??

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