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[Resolved] Time out in deactivating BuddyPress

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    a-eldo
    Participant

    @a-eldo

    Hi,

    Since i have issue’s securing the BuddyPress registration pages i would like to deactivate it completely.

    But….

    It won’t let me. I get a page 500 timeout. And in the apache logs i see this error popping up:

    PHP Warning: next() expects parameter 1 to be array, null given in /var/www/ravenswp/wp-content/plugins/buddypress/bp-core/bp-core-template-loader.php on line 207

    Should i change template to deactivate this plugin?

    I have the Vantage theme from Siteorigin running and the following plugins loaded:

    Advanced Custom Fields (4.3.8)
    Akismet (3.0.1)
    Black Studio TinyMCE Widget (1.4.6)
    BuddyPress (2.0.2)
    Cookie Law Info (1.2.1)
    Email Login (4.6.3)
    Email Users (4.6.9)
    Formidable (1.07.09)
    Google Captcha (reCAPTCHA) (1.06)
    Login With Ajax (3.1.2)
    Meta Slider (3.0)
    Nav Menu Roles (1.6.0)
    Page Builder by SiteOrigin (1.5)
    Simple:Press (5.5.0.1)
    SiteOrigin Widgets Bundle (1.0.4)
    Wordfence Security (5.1.8)
    WordPress SEO (1.5.5.3)
    WPFront User Role Editor (1.2)
    WP Security Audit Log (1.2.5)
    WP Splash Page (1.1)
    WP Super Cache (1.4.2)

    I hope i can get somesort of support.

    Thanks in advance.

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    danbp
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    @danbp

    Should i change template to deactivate this plugin?

    Yes, try this first. then activate 2013 theme.
    Deactivate also all plugins except BP and reactivate them one by one to find the culprit. If everything goes well with the plugins, you reactivate your theme.

    If you used bp-custom for some changes, remove the file while testing.
    Also in your theme, if you tweaked functions.php, remove it and replace it with the original functions file.

    Same recommendation if you use a child-theme. Remove it completely during your test.

    But before deinstalling definetly BuddyPress, i would take a moment to see what happens with my install.

    https://codex.wordpress.org/Debugging_in_WordPress

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    a-eldo
    Participant

    @a-eldo

    I have found the culprit plugin. It was the “Login With Ajax (3.1.2)” plugin.
    Somehow it hooks so far into WP so that other modules have problems with it.

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    danbp
    Moderator

    @danbp

    Glad you found it @a-eldo ! ;-)
    Is your problem resolved ?

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    a-eldo
    Participant

    @a-eldo

    Sorry for the late reply.

    yes my issue is resolved.

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