I’m following another thread that seems to be the same problem.
The user said that I needed to check the subscribe button on the Reading Settings BEFORE I create those pages. I went back and deleted the one I had created and then checked the button and created them again.
Nothing changed. It still redirects to the home poae.
I get a page not found error on that link, so it means you go not have a page called register for some reason.
This does work usually. Try going into pages and see if there is a page called register set up, IF not create that page, then link it into your menu and finally set up up as the Buddypress register page. That should do it, so long as you have got the main setting item set to allow users to register for your site.
I deleted the prior Register and Activate pages.
I created a page called Tralala and made sure I could view it from the front end of the site. OK.
I created Register and checked to see if I could view it from the front end of the site. OK.
I added Register to the BuddyPress listing, and I can’t view it from the front of the site.
Even when I go into the pages listing and click “view,” it forwards me to the home page of the site.
Could the problem be that I installed BB Press before BuddyPress?
I did a complete reinstall of WordPress, deleted all the pre-installed plugins, and added BuddyPress only.
I checked the Membership checkbox in General Settings.
I made sure the permalinks were set for post-name.
I created the Register and Activate pages.
I went to the BuddyPress settings and linked to the pages.
They forward to the home page, still.
I can see your registration page, I can’t see your activate page, but the registration page goes to a registration form from where I’m seeing.
OK. I see it now. It doesn’t show to a logged-in user.
Thanks for your help.
Yes if you are logged in and you try to access it you go to the homepage