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Help wanted to get buddypress working with twenty11 theme

  • Hi I’m trying to get buddypress working with the twenty 11 theme.
    I’m using wp 3.2.1 and buddypress 1.2.1 .
    When I look @ the themes page.php I see
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    Where in the index.php should I paste it?

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  • modemlooper
    Moderator

    @modemlooper

    Google around, there is already a BuddyPress 2011 theme created

    But I want to know how I can do it myself so I can do this with other themes as well.


    @mercime
    Moderator

    @mercime

    I did what I’ve read in the codex but still didn’t work.
    Now I’ve got a fresh WP installation AND a fresh BP installation.
    WP 3.2.1 BP 1.5 using BP default theme.

    still doesn’t work. can someone take a look and give me advise?


    Boone Gorges
    Keymaster

    @boonebgorges

    It looks like you haven’t set up your permalinks correctly, or that there is a problem with your .htaccess.

    Go to Dashboard > Settings > Permalinks. Make sure that you have chosen an option other than the first option, and click Save. (Save your settings even if you don’t change them – just saving them can trigger things to work.)

    If the site links still don’t work, check in the root of your WP installation for a hidden file called .htaccess. Is it there? What are its contents?

    Do you happen to know what operating system your server is running?

    hosting server props:
    SM 1U SuperServer 5015MT Quadcore
    – Intel Pentium Quad Core E6600 FSB1066
    – 2 x Kingston 2GB DDR2 800 PC6400
    – 2x 500 GB Seagate SATA 2 (RAID-1)
    – 3Ware 9650SE-2 Raid Controller
    – 2x Intel 1000 Mbit Networkcard

    running Windows Server 2003 in combination with IIS 6.0

    Not using .htaccess

    permalinks are setup as : /%category%/%postname%/


    Flora1234
    Member

    @flora1234

    Since i upgraded with buddypress 1.5 i dont have the login screen any more and i can see the wiget boxes underneath. I am wondering if i should reinstall wordpress, but how can i do it through the dashboard.


    Flora1234
    Member

    @flora1234

    I want to emphaise that i want to RE-INSTALL WORDPRESS without losing my other plugins… it is possible through the dashboard.


    echiomega
    Participant

    @echiomega

    @Flora1234 Couldn’t you re-install your wordpress through http://yousite.com/wp-admin/update-core.php ??
    If that’s what you want then you can just click on the re-install link. Also you won’t loss your plugin, but i do suggest you backup your database just in case.

    @Boone Gorges

    hosting server props:
    SM 1U SuperServer 5015MT Quadcore
    – Intel Pentium Quad Core E6600 FSB1066
    – 2 x Kingston 2GB DDR2 800 PC6400
    – 2x 500 GB Seagate SATA 2 (RAID-1)
    – 3Ware 9650SE-2 Raid Controller
    – 2x Intel 1000 Mbit Networkcard

    running Windows Server 2003 in combination with IIS 6.0

    Not using .htaccess

    permalinks are setup as : /%category%/%postname%/

    Someone took a look at my website and suggested that it could be a rights problem.
    How can I get this right?


    Boone Gorges
    Keymaster

    @boonebgorges

    I don’t know how to make this work on Windows. It’s not really a BuddyPress problem – I’m guessing that a normal WP installation won’t work either, if you turn on pretty permalinks. Have a look at https://codex.wordpress.org/Using_Permalinks#Permalinks_without_mod_rewrite

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