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Published on December 1st, 2014 by Mathieu Viet

bp_activity_set_action() is used to set activity actions. bp_activity_set_action() should only be invoked through the ‘bp_register_activity_actions’ action. Usage Parameters $component_id The unique string ID of the component the activity action is attached to. Possible values can be one of the BuddyPress optional components or an optional component the plugin is creating : ‘activity’ ‘blogs’ ‘friends’ ‘groups’ […]

Useful Functions and Hacks When Using S2member w/ BuddyPress

Published on November 19th, 2014 by Myg0t

Hey there guys, i’m working on a website where i’m integrating s2member functionality with buddypress. I thought some of the things I’ve come across may be useful to other people. 1. Filter Users Displayed in Members Directory by s2member role. In your plugins/buddypress/bp-templates/bp-legacy/buddypress/members/ folder edit the file “members-loop.php”. Just under at the top 20 lines […]

Moderate Activity Streams

Published on November 9th, 2014 by @mercime

BuddyPress provides admin dashboard panels to help you manage all the different activities throughout the site, similar to the way you manage comments and other content. This screen is customizable in the same ways as other management screens, and you can act on activities using the on-hover action links or the Bulk Actions. There are […]

Administrator Guide

Published on November 9th, 2014 by @mercime

This section provides an overview of the available tools to help you manage your BuddyPress community. Sections Back-end Administration Panels Front-end Management Tools Back-end Administration Panels Settings → BuddyPress (single site, multisite) Tab: Components Tab: Pages Tab: Settings Appearance → Menus BuddyPress Menu: Logged In links BuddyPress Menu: Logged Out links Users Link: Extended Profile […]

Configure BuddyPress for Multisite

Published on November 7th, 2014 by @mercime

After activating BuddyPress, you will be automatically redirected to the BuddyPress Welcome Screen if this is the first time you’ve activated BuddyPress or if you’ve just upgraded BuddyPress. After taking some time to check out the new features added to the plugin, go to Network Admin menu > Settings > Components to begin configuring your […]

Installation in WordPress Multisite

Published on November 7th, 2014 by @mercime

Before installing BuddyPress, please make sure that you’ve checked the minimum server requirements and WordPress version compatibility. You can install BuddyPress in your Network (multisite) in either of the following setups. Network-wide A. BuddyPress root blog in Main Site B. BuddyPress root blog in Secondary Site One site of the Network C. BuddyPress Activated in […]

Template Overload from a Plugin

Published on May 22nd, 2014 by shanebp

Note: overloading and / or adding templates from plugins can be quite complex. For more detailed discussion and examples, please see: Upgrading older plugins that bundle custom templates for BP 1.7 Using BP Theme Compat in Plugins Theme Compatibility & Template Files The purpose of this page is to provide a simple example of overloading […]

BuddyPress in Your Language

Published on April 25th, 2014 by OC2PS

Like WordPress, BuddyPress has the built in capability to be used in any language. The instructions below assume you have already configured WordPress in Your Language and Installing WordPress in Your Language. Like WordPress, you don’t have to lift a finger to apply BuddyPress translations or translation updates. Most sites are now able to automatically […]

Mark as Spam Admin Screen

Published on April 16th, 2014 by @mercime

Site Administrators on non-Multisite installations can now perform spam actions from Dashboard > Users > All Users just like Super Administrators of Multisite installations have been able to do.

BuddyPress Repair Tools Admin Screen

Published on April 16th, 2014 by @mercime

Occasionally, BP friend counts and other data can get out of sync. The new Tools screen lets admins manually reset these values. Go to wp-admin Menu > Tools > BuddyPress and run repair tools one at a time only, especially on large sites. When you have a new installation, the default repair tools are for: […]

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