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No Activation & Registration pages in Buddypress.


  • Rob Proce
    Participant

    @robproce

    Hello

    Wordpress 5.4 & Buddypress 5.1.2 installed on a subdomain.

    I have a couple of problems when I install the plugin buddypress.

    The first is:
    After I have installed buddypress on a clean install of WordPress, there is a problem with the confiuration of Pages.
    The first three pages – Members, Activities and groups are created by buddypress, but the Pages Register and Activate NOT.
    Even if I then create those pages again myself.
    Those two pages both link to my homepage.
    And I do have enabled the option in general settings that – anyone can register

    Yes, I can choose the “Register & Activate pages” that have been created by buddypress, but if I want to view those pages then I will come to both of them on the Homepage, with no extra functionality created by buddypress to register or activate !!

    Maybe those pages have been created somewhere, but I can’t find them, select them or let new members link to those pages 🙁

    Second is:
    That I dont have any BuddyPress tab when adding menus, or can I choose that in the screen options, as you demonstrate in this video for the Login and Logout Menu.

    So it looks like there is something missing in my buddypress install.
    I do not know what I am doing wrong or still have to adjust to have these two pages made by buddypress ?? Hope you can help me out with this.

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  • @mercime
    Keymaster

    @mercime

    >>Yes, I can choose the “Register & Activate pages” that have been created by buddypress, but if I want to view those pages then I will come to both of them on the Homepage …


    @robproce
    That’s the default behavior when you’re logged in. You can see your register page even when you’re logged in by opening a private window. So if you’re using Chrome, open up “New incognito window”; or on Firefox, open up “New Private Window”; or Edge, open up “New InPrivate Window”, etc.


    Rob Proce
    Participant

    @robproce

    Hello
    Okay, thanks, I can see the pages now ????
    So that’s fine.

    But where can I edit those pages?

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