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BuddyPress Members Profile aren’t showing up under the Member link


  • easleyr1
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    @easleyr1

    Hello

    I’ve been looking through previous posts about BuddyPress members’ profile not showing up. My profile shows up under the members link and when I click on my friend’s profiles it removes the members link and says 404 page not found. I deleted the page and created a new one and connect in Buddypress settings and the same problem keeps happening. I changed the menu location of the file. I changed the permalinks, saved it and changed it back to refresh the list. I also found a bunch of people who didn’t get automatically set up.

    I’m a novice web designer and this is my first wordpress site. Could you guys help me.

    Thanks
    Rick

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  • Nahum
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    @nahummadrid

    You say you deleted your “members” page? Is there still another members page in trash?

    Have you tried a different page other than ‘members’ and associated it to member component directory?


    easleyr1
    Participant

    @easleyr1

    I also tried to look at why my profile comes up under the members group but others don’t.


    easleyr1
    Participant

    @easleyr1

    Yes, there is only one page for members. When I click on my profile. My profile name shows up after the members page but when I click on my friends page, the members directory

    Example:
    My profile: https://trvbe.com/members/easleyr1/profile/

    My friend’s profile:https://trvbe.com/krisavalon/

    Do I need to check my file manager under my webhost to make the changes?


    smoothcts
    Participant

    @smoothcts

    my members are not showing on my page to. How can this be fixed


    Nahum
    Participant

    @nahummadrid

    @easleyr1 your other members profile do exist https://trvbe.com/members/krisavalon/, are you using a plugin to remove the members slug? or doing something like this https://buddypress.org/support/topic/remove-members-slug-so-its-commembername/

    all the links to users have the members slug missing, so its not just friends.

    I’d check if any of the modifications have been made affecting this or if you have a plugin on that messes with the urls


    easleyr1
    Participant

    @easleyr1

    Now I can see his profile from that link but when I type in and go through my profile page, click friends and it pulls up my list of friends. I click on his name and I get paged not found.

    My question now is what steps did you go through to get to have the profile come up.


    Nahum
    Participant

    @nahummadrid

    I just see the user name and type out https://trvbe.com-/members-/krisavalon/

    So something is removing -/members from all your user urls.


    easleyr1
    Participant

    @easleyr1

    I’m going to check my settings in BuddyPress to make sure I didn’t change anything that would hinder someone from viewing profiles. My concern is if I can’t see the profile then neither can their friends.


    Nahum
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    @nahummadrid

    what is your theme and what plugins do you have installed? when you say friends, is your site meant to be private? I don’t think there is a setting that would cause this. I’d think it would be a plugin or a customization made in the theme.


    easleyr1
    Participant

    @easleyr1

    I’m using the Reign Theme from Wbcomdesigns. When I have more time, I’m going to have to go through each plugin and see what is causing this or use a different theme to compare.


    easleyr1
    Participant

    @easleyr1

    Now I changed BuddyPress template from Nouveau to Legacy and now I cannot view my own profile page. The layout of my members page changed as well which matches more to the theme layout that I wanted. Do I need to delete the buddypress plugin and upload it again to possibly fix the issue of not being able to view profiles.

    Thanks


    Nahum
    Participant

    @nahummadrid

    Yes, deactivate your plugins 1×1 to see if you can narrow down the issue to a source.


    easleyr1
    Participant

    @easleyr1

    @nahum I found the problem. In my theme settings the Members slug was being removed and I disabled it in my BuddyPress advanced settings. I deactivated and reactivated BuddyPress and now it’s working. Thank you so much for being patience and giving advice on fixing my issue. Thank you


    Nahum
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    @nahummadrid

    @easleyr1 nice!

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