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Problem with “Please upload your profile photo to start using this site.”


  • erwin0917
    Participant

    @erwin0917

    Hello,

    I have problem with “Please upload your profile photo to start using this site.” New users cannot use site before upload avatar. With avatar is auto download from Gravatar it’s still dont work. I dont use “Force BuddyPress Users to Upload Profile Photo” plugin. I dont know where can I find problem. Can someone help me?
    Sry for my english ^^

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  • dainismichel
    Participant

    @dainismichel

    started happening on my site too…no idea why…no solution yet…


    Boone Gorges
    Keymaster

    @boonebgorges

    That string is not present in BuddyPress itself. It must be coming from the plugin described here: https://buddydev.com/buddypress/force-buddypress-users-to-upload-profile-photo/

    Be sure to check for wp-content/plugins/bp-force-profile-photo in your filesystem, and the Plugins screen on both the Dashboard and the Network Admin (assuming you’re running Multisite).


    dainismichel
    Participant

    @dainismichel

    the only plugin i have that has the word “force” in it is “force regenerate thumbnails,” which was quite useful…

    i deactivated it just now…


    dainismichel
    Participant

    @dainismichel

    the word from me and my tech team:

    “it’s either Bill Gates or gremlins”

    • i do not have this setting set anywhere.
    • i do not have plugins installed that would cause such functionality.

    Boone Gorges
    Keymaster

    @boonebgorges

    If you’re able, search your codebase for the string. It *must* be there somewhere. If you have SSH access:

    
    $ grep -nR "Please upload your profile photo to start using this site" wp-content/plugins
    

    Repeat for mu-plugins and themes.


    Axcelluloid
    Participant

    @axcelluloid

    Hello,
    I also have this problem and I can’t find any solution – I dont run a multisite, the template fellows also deny that it is in their coding.


    vapvarun
    Participant

    @vapvarun

    @axcelluloid Please try to debug at your site using default WordPress theme and keeping BuddyPress plugin only at your site. Inside your site, it must be some custom code or 3rd party plugin which is adding those warnings.

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