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If custom theme then buddyPress must have…

  • Burt Adsit


    I lost track of who had the problem. Was browsing around the forum and the demo earlier and saw an offer for a cup of coffee. Somebody with the blog ‘Spirituality Modified’. Can’t find you again. Well, here’s the answer:

    If you are running any theme but the buddypress home theme then ya have to copy plugin-sidebar.php and plugin-template.php from themes/buddypress-home to your recently activated theme.

    If you are getting 404 and it’s not finding any content when you activate your theme then the solution is to copy *your* theme’s index.php to a file called home.php within your theme’s folder.

    bp expects home.php to exist and the plugin*.php files are to access some things within a custom theme using that theme’s header, footer, sidebar.

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