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Buddypress as homepage rather than MU


  • Anonymous
    Inactive

    I finally got my MU and BP installs up and running, however, the BP interface is only showing once logged in rather than as the homepage.

    Am I missing a fundamental idea of how this stuff works together? I see other sites that use MU/BP and have BP as the ‘index.’

    Any direction would help! Thanks!

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  • John James Jacoby
    Keymaster

    @johnjamesjacoby

    Do you have a link to your site I can check out?


    Anonymous
    Inactive

    John James Jacoby
    Keymaster

    @johnjamesjacoby

    Firstly I notice that your Avatar cropper javascript is failing on registration. Also looks like bits of your site are missing, and messing with the BuddyBar (sub-sub menus aren’t appearing on hover.)

    Otherwise, it’s working the way you have it setup. If what you’re asking is “why doesn’t my home theme look like testbp.org” it’s because you didn’t change your active home theme in WordPress. :)

    Not sure what’s up with your member theme though. Might be missing some files or have some funky CSS or JS somewhere. Haven’t really looked into it for you.


    Anonymous
    Inactive

    I’ll look into the JS/BB issue in a bit. Thanks for that.

    The only themes I have are:

    WordPress Classic

    WordPress mu Default

    WordPress mu Homepage

    Revolution City Gray

    Currently, ‘mu Homepage’ is the default theme.


    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Duh, I didn’t put the bp-home theme into the WP theme dir.

    Thx for the help, JJJ.

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