members – groups – blogs – not linked?
If the problem only occurs with a custom theme, then you need to talk to the person who made that theme.
Does not just occur with that theme…is not working with bp standard theme. I can see members from the admin. I see my group from the admin. I can’t get to them from the front end.
ideas? it’s like the links are completely dead?
I am having sort-of the same problem. In the main blog the links to “blog” en “members” do work, but in other blogs thohse pages don’t show any posts (or member).
I noticed that in the permalink settings of the main blog there is /blog (not editable) in front of the custom structure settings field. This is not the case on the other blogs in my install.
Any ideas? Thanks in advance!
Anyone have any ideas what to trouble shoot?
thank you !!
I’m wondering why my profile, member list, group list and blog list won’t show when clicked in the menu? Anyone? Ideas? What files should I look for in my control panel?
gsmith, who is your web server host? Do they have htaccess and mod_rewrite enabled on their Apache server?
If they don’t run Apache, let us know
Uhhhh I have the same problems… seems there’s no final solution… thank you freeware… within a week there’s no solution better to leave it than ever.
Please answer DJPaul’s questions as well.
You must have proper rewrite rules in a .htaccess file and mod_rewrite enabled. If you successfully installed WPMU, then it automatically creates a basic, working .htaccess file. Check to make sure that that file exists. Since it is a hidden file, you will need to set your file browser to view hidden files. If it does exist, then next thing to verify is that your hosting provider has mod_write enabled for the Apache.
I’m having the same problem. I’m working on a child theme (which isn’t finished yet, so that may be the problem) however Home and Blog works just fine. Members, groups, forums and blogs seem to be redirecting to Home as there is no subdomain to go to. I’m on a mac with a new install on a MAMP localhost. I went in to edit the htaccess doc as the forum suggested to mod_rewrite but I am no expert when it comes to anything server-based. I rewrote from security to:
Not sure if this is correct, but it hasn’t seemed to work so far.
If you are using MAMP, then you should not have to touch the .htaccess file.
See this video article that Andy wrote/created on installing BuddyPress locally:
That’s what I thought. I had a BP install1.1.1 but ended up doing a fresh install of 1.1.2 (including MAMP) just to clean things up. I did not have this issue on the previous install, only on the new install. I followed Andy’s video in both installations. I’m at a bit of a loss as I don’t know why this is now happening. I’m now running the latest version of MAMP and BP 1.1.2 – other than that, everything is the same.
I have a feeling it is something very simple so I’ll keep tinkering around.
However a quick fix would be great as I’m keen to get on styling (and I can’t see the pages at the moment).
Cheers, and thanks for your (extremely prompt) help.
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