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Version 2.5.3

Published on May 24th, 2016 by Boone Gorges

Version 2.5.3 is a BuddyPress maintenance and security release. For Version 2.5.3, the database version (bp_db_version in wp_options) was 10469, and the Trac revision was r10802. Read the full ticket log here. Fixes Security: Don’t build user-facing hashes using seed values that are provided by the user. Emails: Make sure friendship request emails are properly […]

Version 2.5.2

Published on March 31st, 2016 by David Cavins

Version 2.5.2 is a BuddyPress maintenance release. For Version 2.5.2, the database version (bp_db_version in wp_options) was 10469, and the Trac revision was r10686. Read the full ticket log here. Fixes Emails: Make sure friendship request emails are properly sent. (#6969) Emails: Add missing header background colour to email template. (#6954) Emails: Prevent fatal errors […]

Version 2.5.1

Published on March 9th, 2016 by David Cavins

Version 2.5.1 is a BuddyPress maintenance release. For Version 2.5.1, the database version (bp_db_version in wp_options) was 10469, and the Trac revision was r10650. Read the full ticket log here. Fixes Emails: make sure situation taxonomy terms are set up properly, even when the installation still uses shared taxonomy terms (versions of WordPress earlier than […]

BuddyPress Cover Images

Published on October 9th, 2015 by imath

Note: This guide is for use with BuddyPress 2.4+. The Cover Images feature uses the BP Theme Compat API to maximize its compatibility with most WordPress themes. It allows members of your community, and groups administrators to upload an image to prettify their headers. Themes using the BP Theme Compat API   This is the […]

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 […]

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 […]

Notifications

Published on April 16th, 2014 by Bowe

The notifications component was added to BuddyPress 1.9 and works identically to the previous core notifications functionality, but now separates everything into it’s own component. This page will give you a quick overview of it’s functionality. Functionality¬†Overview Notifications are a central aspect¬†of the user experience on a BuddyPress site. By default new notifications are displayed […]

BP Theme Compatibility and the WordPress Default Themes

Published on December 5th, 2013 by @mercime

BuddyPress is compatible with all of the WordPress Default Themes. This section will provide you with step-by-step tutorials to make all your BuddyPress pages conform with the layout you want using child themes.

Playing with the user’s ID in different contexts

Published on November 23rd, 2013 by imath

BuddyPress Core is first taking care of the members. As a result, when you write a BuddyPress plugin, there is a very good chance that you’ve got to play with the finest element identifying the users : their ID. There are two scenarios: the logged in user and the user whose profile is displayed. Thankfully, […]

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