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wpmu 2.7.1 beta2 & bp rev 1350

  • jedbarish


    It seems that I couldn’t get bp to work with beta2 from Donncha. I activated it and it became an active site wide plugin. There is no bp menu being visible. Anyone experienced same problem like this?

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  • Jeff Sayre



    I’m not exactly sure what the issue is here. Perhaps this will help.

    Since r1303 and WPMU 2.7.1-beta1, BuddyPress has been considered a single plugin that has multiple components. Once WPMU is upgraded, you install BuddyPress.

    Then, you log in as site admin in WPMU backend and go to” Plugins > Installed” and activated BuddyPress. Once it’s activated, a new menu group is created at the bottom of the menu tree called “BuddyPress”.

    You click on “BuddyPress > Component Setup” and you should see that all the BP components are enabled by default. It is in this admin screen where you can enable and disable individual components.

    Does this answer you question?

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