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How To Join a Private Group

Published on May 27th, 2013 by @mercime

Sections Groups Directory Page – with example of rejected membership request Single Group Page – with example of accepted membership request Groups Directory Page 1. In your site’s Group Directory page, click on the “Request Membership” button of the Private Group you want to join. 2. You’ll see the “Request Membership” text in button change […]

BuddyPress Components and Features

Published on May 17th, 2013 by @mercime

BuddyPress is a powerful plugin that takes your WordPress.org powered site beyond the blog with social-network features like user profiles, member types, activity streams, user groups, group types, and more. You could set up a community site for your university, an intranet for your company, a public/private network for your special interest groups, and many […]

Members

Published on May 7th, 2013 by @mercime

BuddyPress makes it easy for you to build your community or social network and establish relationships among members with default components such as Extended Profiles, Activity Streams, Friend Connections, Private Messaging, User Groups, and Blogs (multisite installation only) and major features like Notifications. The following is an overview of the default membership features using BuddyPress. […]

Activity Streams

Published on May 7th, 2013 by @mercime

Activity streams aggregate all of your activities across a BuddyPress installation. Enabled BuddyPress components make use of the activity stream component, which means any sort of activity can be recorded. Blogs posts, new friendships and blog comments are among the most popular activities recorded. Furthermore, custom components can also hook into the activity streams, meaning […]

User Extended Profiles

Published on May 7th, 2013 by @mercime

Highlight the best of your community members by creating an unlimited number of Extended Profile (xProfile) Fields and/or groups of Extended Profile Fields custom-made for your social network. To start creating xProfile fields, go to administration menu Users > Profile Fields. If you have a multisite installation with BuddyPress activated network-wide via Network Admin > […]

Messages

Published on May 7th, 2013 by @mercime

Sections Public Messages Private Messages Private Message Screens How to Send a Private Message Public Messages BuddyPress provides ways for you to send a message publicly to another member of the site or network. Members will be notified of public messages by a new message count in the Notifications circle in Admin/Toolbar as well as […]

BuddyPress Widgets

Published on May 7th, 2013 by @mercime

BuddyPress provides widgets which you can add to any of your theme’s widget areas. To activate these, go to dashboard menu Appearance > Widgets. (BuddyPress) Friends (BuddyPress) Groups (BuddyPress) Log In (BuddyPress) Members (BuddyPress) Recently Active Members (BuddyPress) Sitewide Notices (BuddyPress) Who’s Online (BuddyPress) Recent Networkwide Posts – Multisite Installations only (BuddyPress) Friends A dynamic […]

Configure BuddyPress

Published on April 10th, 2013 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 wp-admin menu Settings > BuddyPress > Components to begin configuring your […]

Theme Compatibility & Template Files

Published on March 2nd, 2013 by bobbingwide

An explanation of Theme compatibility and its template files BuddyPress 1.7 heralded a new era in BP development with a vastly improved approach to templating, its aim being to far more closely mirror the WordPress core templating loading approach. BuddyPress theme compatibility is based on the great work done by John James Jacoby with the […]

Register and Activation Pages

Published on February 13th, 2013 by modemlooper

BuddyPress 1.7 auto generates the component pages for you. However, if you have open registration off in the WordPress general settings these pages may not get auto created. Enable Registration For users to sign up to your new BuddyPress powered site you will need to enable registration.  Visit  Settings > General in the WordPress admin […]

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