blogs page missing
You don’t have a ‘blogs’ button on your bp home page because it’s commented out. That and the normally commented ‘forums’ link are commented out together. Uncomment that and you’ll have a ‘blogs’ button.
Nothing shows in the groups directory because you don’t have any groups.
None of your users has any ‘basic’ profile data. That could be the cause of your member directory not finding anything to show. Also the member directory shows ‘recently active’ users.
Put some profile data in like ‘full name’ which is a required field.
Then *do something* on your site.
I replaced the trunk and now I do have a blog button but now my member-theme is not functioning. The template doesn’t show up under site admin > buddypress section or in the actual member site. I created a new database, reinstalled MU and the new trunk but still can’t get the member page running. Which of course when you are on the members site it is the home website and the my account and my blogs don’t work. I get the following error.
Warning: require_once(/home/frugal/public_html/wp-content/member-themes/buddypress-member/index.php) [function.require-once]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/frugal/public_html/wp-includes/theme.php on line 472
The installation is like the first I had I don’t know where to go now with it.
Did you move the member theme out of mu-plugins to wp-content? Also, the member theme does not need to be activated. Nor should you. I shouldn’t show up anywhere in wpmu.
Yes I moved the theme into the wp-content just the way I did last time but with this trunk the theme doesn’t even show up in the back end of wpmu. When you go to sitemap>buddypress there is no them showing.
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