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  • Venutius
    Moderator

    @venutius

    Check Dashboard>>Settings>>BuddyPress>>Pages and make sure the BP Members component is assigned to your members page.

    If that’s the case then it’s likely something is messing with BP.


    baccoeur
    Participant

    @baccoeur

    Hi

    Thank you for your response

    I just follow and check the instruction you give.

    Check Dashboard>>Settings>>BuddyPress>>Pages and make sure the BP Members component is assigned to your members page.

    Here are the issue i have found.
    Please see screenshot
    http://prntscr.com/j3m4oz

    The following active BuddyPress Components do not have associated WordPress Pages: Members. Repair

    Please advice.

    Thank you!


    Venutius
    Moderator

    @venutius

    Try deactivating all other plugins, this is most likely a plugin conflict I would think.


    baccoeur
    Participant

    @baccoeur

    Hi

    Thank you for your response

    I just follow and check the instruction you give.

    Try deactivating all other plugins, this is most likely a plugin conflict I would think.

    Still issue exist
    I have done deactivating all plugins in the site but still doesn’t save the member page.
    http://prntscr.com/j3m4oz

    The following active BuddyPress Components do not have associated WordPress Pages: Members. Repair

    Please advice.

    Thank you!


    baccoeur
    Participant

    @baccoeur

    HI

    Need response and help with my previous reply.

    Thank you!


    Paul Gibbs
    Keymaster

    @djpaul

    I am not sure why this might not work. I suspect, too, it is a conflict with some other plugin or theme that affects permalinks or page management, but it’s impossible to tell without actually working through the code and checking your database. Perhaps the theme, as you said you’ve tried disabling all plugins.

    If you let me know your versions of WordPress and BuddyPress, and if your site has WordPress multisite enabled or not, or if you’ve customised any BuddyPress options via custom code, I’ll try to test on a similar site next week and just confirm if it actually works. I doubt that’ll help fix your issue, though, unfortunately.


    baccoeur
    Participant

    @baccoeur

    HI

    Thank you for your response

    My wordpress version is 4.9.5 http://prntscr.com/j65rph
    My buddypress version is 2.9.3 http://prntscr.com/j65s36

    Our site is not multi site and also the buddypress plugins are not customized.

    Please let me know what is you advice.

    Thank you!


    baccoeur
    Participant

    @baccoeur

    HI

    Need response and help with my previous reply.

    Thank you!


    baccoeur
    Participant

    @baccoeur

    HI

    Can anyonr can help me to fixed this?

    Thank you!


    jjkob
    Participant

    @jjkob

    I am also having a similar problem — I activated BuddyPress, but none of the component pages (Activity, Members, Groups) were automatically generated. I did have “Anyone can register” initially disabled, but I have since enabled this option and deactivated/activated BuddyPress, but to no avail (i.e., the pages are still not being auto created).


    Venutius
    Moderator

    @venutius

    You can create them yourself, did you try that?


    baccoeur
    Participant

    @baccoeur

    Hi

    I have figure it out where the issue is i have checked this 3 components
    PLease see screenshot
    https://prnt.sc/j7k2k1

    So i can now assign my member page
    http://prntscr.com/j7k7uf

    So can you please give easy way instrutions or tutorial?
    On How can i make this Please!

    1.Create Buddypress Community
    *Users can create and update profiles, including the use of profile photos. Site administrators can easily set up the parameters of the user profiles.

    *Users can befriend one another. The site owner can decide what special abilities friends have with regard to one another.

    *Users can send private messages. BuddyBoss comes with a robust private messaging system, similar to that found on Facebook. Users can choose whether or not to receive an email notification when someone sends them a message.

    *Users can form and join groups. Groups can be used for a wide range of functions within the website. Administrators can choose to let their users create and join groups of common interest.

    *Users can follow activity streams. BuddyPress activity streams provide a quick digest of the recent activity going on within a site or with regard to a particular user.

    *Users can create blogs. Capitalizing on the full functionality of WordPress, the most popular blogging platform in the world, BuddyPress gives administrators and users a full-featured online publishing platform.

    *Users can participate in forum discussions. BuddyPress is fully integrated with bbPress, a slick forum system.

    2. Active Login portal with Facebook or Google login credentials.
    3. Active User generated material through BuddyForms or other methods.

    Please advice thank you!


    Venutius
    Moderator

    @venutius

    Have you found my site – BuddyPress User? I designed it to answer a lot of the questions you have. Look it up!

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