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  • I am trying to create a custom register.php form, but am having some issues.

    Currently nothing shows up between the <form> </form> tags, I’m assuming because this statement returns false, <?php if ( ‘request-details’ == bp_get_current_signup_step() ) : ?>.

    Not sure if I need to set some includes?

    Thanks for any help or direction.

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  • r-a-y
    Keymaster

    @r-a-y

    What are you trying to do exactly?

    Are you trying to modify the BP registration page?

    Actually, I’m trying to get BP features to work with the Thesis Theme. I need to use the registration/activation feature, and several other features like Members and Activity.

    What I tried to do is create a custom template with the register.php code, and assigned it to a page called Register.

    Anyway, I’ve looked for days on topics to integrate Thesis and BuddyPress. So I decided I wanted to try and get these plugins to work. I’ve gone down the Thesis road pretty far.


    r-a-y
    Keymaster

    @r-a-y

    If you’re using Thesis as the parent theme, you’ll have to enable BP support for your theme.

    Two options:

    1) Use the BP Template Pack plugin:

    https://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/bp-template-pack/

    2) Manually add BP support to your theme.

    thekmen has added BP support to a child theme of the Hybrid framework:

    https://buddypress.org/forums/topic/testing-new-theme-hybrid-as-a-parent#post-40217

    You can check out what he did as a guide.


    kaster
    Participant

    @kaster

    I use php form software for custom form. And it works fine


    Iain Manley
    Participant

    @iainmanley

    I’m experiencing the same problem – but I’m definitely using a BuddyPress enabled theme. I’m trying to enable registration on my home page by using a template, but nothing is being returned by bp_get_current_signup_step(), so nothing is displayed between

    . Is there a way of working around this? @thomallen Did you get this working eventually?


    kniftontf
    Member

    @kniftontf

    You need to add: `define(‘BP_REGISTER_SLUG’, ”);` to your wp-config.php file. Should work after that, you may want to check if the user is already logged in as well.

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