Out of the box, all sites in a multisite install will share BuddyPress tables. That means that with a component like Extended Profiles, all sites will share the same profile fields, and changing them in one site will affect all others. However, with a few modifications you can create separate tables for each site, so […]
Site Administrators on non-Multisite installations can now perform spam actions from Dashboard > Users > All Users.
Version 2.0 is a major BuddyPress feature release that introduces several new Administrative features, a number of new APIs and a slew of “under the hood” enhancements that include significant gains in performance via caching and streamlined queries. For Version 1.9, the database version (_bp_db_version in wp_options) was 7892, and the Trac revision was 8279. […]
WordPress Blogs Some of the most powerful features of BuddyPress relate to how it enhances your multisite network. Creating a network allows your members to start their own full-powered public or private WordPress blogs. Members can track new posts and comments from public blogs across the network of sites as they are posted in the […]
Version 1.9 is a major BuddyPress feature release. BuddyPress 1.9 introduces many new features and enhancements, on top of lots of bugfixes. For Version 1.9, the database version (_bp_db_version in wp_options) was 7553, and the Trac revision was 7682. Read the full ticket log here here. Highlights The new Notifications component, which adds a Notifications […]
BuddyPress uses loops to display the content of its components. In this article you will focus on how to “rearrange” the content displayed in four of its major components : Members, Groups, Blogs and finally Activity. You will achieve this thanks to the type or action argument of the init functions of each of these […]
Overview of the BuddyPress database tables for a single installation. Additional resources WordPress 3.4 Database Diagram [Codex] Multisite Table Overview [Codex]
This is the user guide which helps you set up your new BuddyPress-powered site: from things to consider before installing BuddyPress, to a tour of the main BuddyPress components and features, to customizing your BuddyPress sites, and working with BuddyPress on WordPress Multisite installations.
Version 1.8 is a major BuddyPress feature release. BuddyPress 1.8 introduces many new features and enhancements, on top of lots of bugfixes. For Version 1.8, the database version (_bp_db_version in wp_options) was 6080, and the Trac revision was 7278. Read the full ticket log here here. Highlights BP’s packaged styles have been streamlined, so that […]
A detailed look at theme compatibilities template hierarchy BuddyPress 1.7 introduced universal theme compatibility making it easier for WordPress theme designers to work with BuddyPress. What this means is if you are on a BuddyPress page, BuddyPress will look for a specific template file in your theme and use that template to inject its contents […]