[Resolved] The member pages are missing
@johnhome have you tried re-installing BuddyPress either in backend or via FTP?
I am working on a win8 local machine. This is waht I tried:
– I have installed it from dashboard by searching plugin name.
– I installed it from the dashboard by uploading an earlier version (2.0).
– I replaced the files on the folder with the unzipped plugin files.
All the components of the plugin are checked/activated.
i see that is no why you can Contact them.
there is no support. if you pay buddypress you will get support?
there is awhy to Contact them?
@johnhome Thanks. Have you resolved your issue? If not, are you using WAMP OR XAMPP? I’ve only used XAMPP in windows machines and they’re working pretty well. Also, have you tried clearing browser caches?
@mercime I haven’t resolved the issue yet. I am using a dev environment IIS + MySql + PHP.
I shall try Apache but I can see any reason why the web server would make the difference.
I don’t think that browsers cache missing pages information – I would guess they will try again every time they cannot retrieve a page. But I shall empty the cache and try again.
Thanks a lot!
@johnhome That is so strange. Sanity checks re xampp installation:
1. The only plugin you’ve activated is BuddyPress and you are using the Twenty Fourteen theme, correct?
2. Your WP version is 3.9.1 and BP version is 2.0.1 (not the 2.0 mentioned above)?
3. Missing pages only happening in individual member pages, i.e. Members Directory page is working and are the Groups Directory and individual Group pages?
4. To make sure that BP download is not corrupted, could you check if the members files and folders/files within as seen here https://plugins.svn.wordpress.org/buddypress/tags/2.0.1/bp-templates/bp-legacy/buddypress/members/single/ are also in your xampp htdocs/yourfoldername/wp-content/plugins/buddypress/bp-templates/bp-legacy/buddypress/members/single/ folder
@mercime Thanks for your suggestions.
I have tried once again XAMPP but this time I have installed inside the root folder (htdocs) and it worked. The previous time I made a virtual directory and probably I didn’t set rights on subfolders in httpd.conf? Maybe.
I should try on IIS in the root folder, see if there is any difference. Strange, isn’t it?
thank you for your info!
im new on buddypress and I still Do not know which service they give?
I am very interested to Build social networking sites! and I do not know How to start with it?
I very much appreciate it if I can get help about it?
@johnhome glad you have a working BP install using XAMPP.
@zvi18 I would suggest that you start off by checking out BuddyPress Documentation https://codex.buddypress.org/ and explore the features https://codex.buddypress.org/buddypress-components-and-features/ Try it out first locally by installing https://make.wordpress.org/core/handbook/installing-a-local-server/installing-xampp/
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