login/registration pages “not found”
The login link is not buddypress, it’s got the option [PM_Login] so would assume it’s by a plugin with PM in the title. You should be able to delete this in the Appearance>>Menus page though. Same with the registration link, it’s PM_Registeration so the same plugin caused that.
Whats the slug of your BuddyPress register page?
Found your register page, first thing I’d try is to resave your permalink settings in Settings>>Permalinks
I’ve just had another look at your register link, for BuddyPress it’s incorrect, it’s showing as sitename.com/register/member, if this is default BuddyPress it should be sitename.com/register
Hi, thanks so much. I changed the slug of the BP register link to bp_register because the instructions in MemberPress said that the slugs for the two registrations are the same out of the box so one has to be changed. I didn’t change it to register/member though, so I’m not sure where that came from. Maybe MemberPress did it? I just deleted the only Plugin with PM in the name. It was Popup Maker. However, the PM links are still there. I think they’re created by MemberPress, but I don’t know why they use PM rather than MP.
The links don’t show up in the menu when I look at it via Appearance>>menus. I don’t get it.
If you go to Appearance/Menus in WP Admin, you should be able to edit the menu and delete those links. While you are there, click on Page Options on the top right of the page and make sure BuddyPress is checked.
Note: it looks like you have multiple menus so you will have to select the correct menu to edit.
Then you should see the BuddyPress menu links meta-box and you will see there’s a login link you can add to the menu. That should sort out your BuddyPress login, same with Register.
I’ve got a site buddyuser dot com, I’ve created a beginners introduction to BuddyPress, you might want to take a look at that.
It’s possible to hide menu links that you don’t want the general public to know about. There’s a few plugins that do this but one I use is https://wordpress.org/plugins/nav-menu-roles/ this adds a handy checkbox to allow you to stipulate who can see that menu item.
‘The links don’t show up in the menu when I look at it via Appearance>>menus. I don’t get it.’
They must be automatically getting added by MemberPress, you could try deactivating MemberPress, then you will know.
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