Changing BuddyPress Base URL
I’m looking for a way to change the base URL of BuddyPress. For example, if I have WordPress installed in my servers root, http://mydomain.com, and I want to see the members of my BuddyPress install, I would go to http://mycomain.com/members/. I would like to inject a word before members, that has no physical location on the server, something like this: http://mydomain.com/usa/members/, where USA has no location on the server. It’s like Categories. The Categories folder isn’t on disk, yet we show category blog posts like http://mydomain.com/category/sports/.
I’ve tried a few things, mainly with .htaccess, but the rule doesn’t seem to follow all the way down the tree. For example, when I add access usa/members/myname/profile/, then click on the Members link, or the Activity link, I get http://mydomain.com/members, or http://mydomain.com/activity.
I just want to make it look like buddypress is installed one level deeper.
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