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Links Problem in header

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    craigrg
    Member

    @craigrg

    Hi people,

    I have installed buddypress on a community website. Last week i did a auto update and got a WSOD. I have managed to get the site working again but now some of the links on the top nav bar send you back to the home page not the page they are ment to.

    Does any one have any idea how to fix this problem?

    Also i am getting a bot of bots registering. Any idea of a addon that stop bots registering?

    http://www.thisispenhill.co.uk

    Thanks in advance

    Craig

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    craigrg
    Member

    @craigrg

    Any ideas people?

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    Paul Gibbs
    Keymaster

    @djpaul

    Do not bump your own posts after 2 hours. 2 days, yes, 2 hours, no.

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    vusis
    Participant

    @vusis

    What does this mean?

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    melvenac
    Member

    @melvenac

    Every time you post something new your post gets bumped to the top of the forum. I am having this same issue so I will bump your post for you so you don’t get in trouble. Still haven’t found the solution to my problem or yours.

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    kiwipearls
    Participant

    @kiwipearls

    You might like to get some anti bot plugins from wordpress. I have WordPress MU and Buddypress and use the following plugins to prevent bots from joining my site.

    WP-SpamFree – An extremely powerful anti-spam plugin that virtually eliminates comment spam. Finally, you can enjoy a spam-free WordPress blog! Includes spam-free contact form feature as well. http://www.polepositionmarketing.com/library/wp-spamfree/

    WPMU Super Captcha – Custom captcha program made to stop spam bots cold in their tracks. Features audio, word files, or random text. You configure it! https://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/super-capcha/

    Or go to http://www.wordpress.org, click on extend and find them there.

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