Can not see members
Hi Anders H,
Please leave that content empty. BuddyPress will generate the members list automatically.
Once you have created this page, Please visit Dashboard->settings->BuddyPress and open the “Pages” tab.
Make sure you select this page in the “Members” option and it will work.
Thank you for the screenshot and the screencast. I can see the issue now.
The “Members” page is not part of “BuddyPress” section of the nav menu screen. It is part of your normal “Pages” section.
The “BuddyPress” box allows you to add link for logged in user’s profile tabs(or login/register link for logged out users).
If you want to add Members to your Menu, Please click on the first box “Pages” on the menu screen and select “Members” from it.
Are you still there working with my problem?
Sorry Anders I was being a bit thick and not understanding your issue. I know the problem and the answer is to deactivate BuddyPress, this will make the page visible under pages in the menu’s page, pick it for your menu and then reactivate BuddyPress. That should sort you out.
Please try the suggestion in my previous reply and see if that works or not?
Can you please tell me what will be affected by deactivating and activating BuddyPress? I don’t see nay reason(if the page has been associated in BuddyPress page settings).
No it didn’t work, and now I’ve tried all the advice I received. I wonder if you, as WordPress.org support, can create an account on my site and solve the problem? I’m starting to be desperate!
Create account here:
Your members directory is working fine.
here is the link
It seems to me that you have created 2 members page. Please visit Dashboard->Pages abd search for “Members”. Delete one of the pages.
Then please visit Dashboard->Settings->BuddyPress->Pages and associate the remaining “Members Page” with BuddyPress.
Once you are done with it, Please visit Dashboard->Appearance->Menu and click on “Pages” tab(it is the first one above BuddyPress). Click All pages and select members.
That should do it.
If you are finding any issue, please reply back and I will create an account and assist.
Hi @brajesh, it was just a quick fix for the issue where assigning a [page to BuddyPress removes it from the pages list in the the Menus screen, basically you need to create the menu before you assign the page to BP, either way works.
Thank you for sharing. Makes sense.
I asked because I never needed to do that(always assigned pages manually when needed), but it may help in some case.
We are moving in the right direction.
Please click on the area marked as Red box in this image
You will find your page there.
Thank you for sharing. It is in the right step. We need to follow 1 more step and you will see the members list here.
Please see this image
1. Open Settings->BuddyPress
2. Click on “Pages” tab under BuddyPress setting screen
3. From the “Members” dropdown selecth this page
Now, Please visit the page again and let me know if it is showing you the members or not?
To Answer your last question:- No, There won’t be any page “Members” in that link Block. BuddyPress does not add Members there.
Even though “Members” is a special page(directory), the BuddyPress link section only lists pages relevant to logged in user(profile tabs).
Can you please follow the steps from here
The post that contains this image.
and let me know if it works.
Sorry, the reply embedding is not working here.
I have now made this setting
https://www.screencast.com/t/9aeLa1tB5qE But this page still doesn’t appear here
It won’t appear there. It is a directory page and BuddyPress does not add the directory page inside the link box you have specified.
Question:- Why do you need that page to appear in the above link box?
Your directory is working now. Please see
If your goal is to add to the main menu, you already did it. Please help me understand more and I will assist further.
OK. Fine thanks! But ther is just two memers , and on my site there is 3 users registrated
About 2 members and 3 members issue:- BuddyPress only lists users who have an active account and have logged in to your site atleast once after you activated BuddyPress.
Please login to your site with that user for 1 time and they will appear in the list.
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