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My Blogs Menu not in admin bar

  • schwooba


    Can anyone explain why my “My Blogs” menu is missing from the admin bar on top? I’ve enabled. “Blogs and user accounts can be created” under Admin, Options and I’ve tried it logged in with another user name. I’ve also tried a new bp-core-adminbar.php file. Any ideas?

    Or can someone tell me how to link directly to the blog creation page? I’ve tried… and and it says page can’t be…Thanks!

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  • I just noticed that the My Blogs has disappeared from my admin bar when I upgraded from 1.2 to 1.3-bleeding. Have you gone through svn to find an older version of the parent theme? That is what I am going to try and do.



    Go to Buddypress > Component Setup > Blog Tracking, is it enabled or disabled? It should be enabled if you want the “My Blogs” Menu.

    That could be part of the issue. I do not have a Component Setup under BuddyPress. I am on 1.3-bleeding (not sure if that matters) I see Dashboard, Settings, Forums Setup, and Profile Field Setup. Dashboard says [TODO: All sorts of awesome things will go here. Latest plugins and themes, stats, version check, support topics, news, tips] and Settings does not have anything about Blog Tracking.



    @Jon Why are you using the version from SVN? Stick with the released versions unless you want to spend a *lot* of time tinkering. Bleeding means it’s, well, bleeding. Not ready for consumption. ;)

    Um, yeah, I’d avoid /trunk for a production site. /branches/1.2 is a safer bet if you want to keep up to date with bug fixes, etc. One of the big things which will be new in 1.2.x or 1.3 (not sure which now), is that the admin menus are to be re-designed, and you can see the first cut of that in trunk at the moment.

    @jivany and @DJPaul It’s not a production site. It is my bleeding edge site where I run nightly builds of WordPress and BuddyPress so I can monitor what issues I may have with plugins and functionality on my development and live site. Though I must say I was a little surprised with how much went wonky when adding 1.3-bleeding.

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