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[resolved] How to move Buddypress functionality (4 posts)

  1. Prolet
    Member
    Posted 8 months ago #

    Hi jonradio,
    Thank you for your awesome work!
    I've read all topics about conflicts between your plugin and buddypress, but didn't find solution for my problem.
    I use Striking theme for my website.This theme doesn't work well with buddypress.For that reason I installed your plugin and now I have 2014 child theme to take buddypress's part of the whole website.
    I'm happier now, because thanks to your plugin BP's Members and Groups pages are normal not as they were with Striking(Striking reads BP pages as an archive).
    Unfortunately any other attempt to use BP leads me to Striking's site and everything is in archive type and impossible to be used-can't upload an avatar, create groups, etc.
    My question is how to put BP entirely out of Striking?
    ...or I just have get rid of it and install an other community plugin?
    Thank you very much for your time!

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/jonradio-multiple-themes/

  2. jonradio
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 8 months ago #

    Thanks for the interest. Sorry for the delay in responding; have to sleep each day for some reason....

    They really is no way to have both my plugin and BuddyPress activated at the same time and still run a reliable web site.

    The solution for several people I've worked with is to use a WordPress Network (Multisite), and create two WordPress Sites from a single set of WordPress software. Whatever Theme you use on your Home Page is on Site 1, and the other Theme is on Site 2.

    You will need custom menus to make the two sites look like one by including menu items for the other site on each site.

    This way, you won't need my plugin at all.

  3. Prolet
    Member
    Posted 8 months ago #

    Dear jonradio,
    I even didn't expect to hear from so soon! What a support!

    I've decided to get rid of BP.This is a great idea, but causes many problems. There is always an issue with BuddyPress.

    I couldn't find a decent plugin(free or premium) to build a community website, but now I'm checking Wp Symposium and there is no any problem with your plugin or other elements.

    I wish you good rest and again-congratulations for the great pugin!

    Best,
    Prolet

  4. jonradio
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 8 months ago #

    Always great to hear "Happily Ever After" responses!

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