Support » Plugin: BuddyPress Create Group Type » Does it work with multiblog

  • Resolved nanaboakye

    (@nanaboakye)


    I have a multiblog enabled multisite network with both buddypress and this plugin network activated. However, group types do not appear on admin dashboard to allow me create any group types.

    I encounter the following error message:
    “The Buddypress Group Filter plugin requires Buddypress plugin to be installed and active. Return to Plugins”

    Any solutions or hack to this?

    • This topic was modified 2 years, 6 months ago by nanaboakye.
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  • Plugin Author Wbcom Designs

    (@wbcomdesigns)

    @nanaboakye sorry, Create group type does not have support for Multisite, We will try to include in our next update.

    New update released but no support for multisite.

    @wbcomdesigns

    1yr ago you indicated in a thread that BuddyPress Create Group Type Plugin already had multisite support…

    Wbcom Designs(@wbcomdesigns)

    9 months ago

    Hi @wingcoffee,
    The current plugin version supports wordpress multisite.
    Thanks!

    Now, you say it does NOT, but will soon.
    So which is it for real?

    I would also like to see support for multisite AND BP multiblog.

    Thank you!

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 1 month ago by gastronimo.
    Plugin Contributor Varun Dubey

    (@vapvarun)

    @gastronimo We have already release multisite support and we have a live demo for our theme, we are using create group type there as well, it’s working perfectly with multisite. https://screencast-o-matic.com/watch/cFnFbLoLkX

    Great! Thanks for the fast reply…

    I’m trying it now on a dev multisite with BP network activated (root blog on a subdomain), multiblog enabled, and really like the UI…however, my selected Group Type Search (from All Groups) won’t produce the any results, the Group Directory page just reloads and the selector resets to All Types.

    I really need to find how to translate the selector box!! ]

    Also, in the Group Types tab of the BuddyPress settings, I find that the Update Group type button below each Type Box keeps loading endlessly and won’t accept any input changes when pressed. I hit the Cancel button, but the Update buttons still load. I tired reloading the page but got the same result.

    Any ideas???

    I’d love to give it a 5-star rating when I get this figured out and launch.

    Plugin Contributor Varun Dubey

    (@vapvarun)

    @gastronimo Please let me know if you are getting any errors in the browser console? It might be possible due to js conflict with theme or any other plugin

    We had tested with default WP, Kleo and Reign theme all worked perfectly. http://somup.com/cFnr1kVawU

    BuddyPress was active on subsite id 3 with code
    define ( 'BP_ROOT_BLOG', 3 );
    inside wp-config.php

    Plugin Contributor Varun Dubey

    (@vapvarun)

    @gastronimo we found an issue with saving plugin setting, with multisite when BuddyPress is enabled on the subsite only. We will debug and provide a patch shortly for it.

    Plugin Contributor Varun Dubey

    (@vapvarun)

    Hi @gastronimo
    You can check v1.0.6 here, it will fix the issue, we will release shortly.
    https://github.com/wbcomdesigns/buddypress-create-group-type/releases/tag/1.0.6

    @vapvarun

    I appreciate for the quick support!

    I can confirm that with v1.0.6 installed, the Group Type Search field/button works as intended, BUT- with the drawback that it does NOT show if the groups of the selected Type have any SUBgroups, even with ‘Hierarchy View’ checked. Possible plugin conflict with Hierarchical Groups for BP ???

    Also, the issue with the saving of plugin setting, with multisite when BuddyPress is enabled on the subsite, still remains in v1.0.6!

    I again tried page reload, clear browser cahce, and even tried adding new Group Type, but the Update buttons all still continuously load.

    Newest Debug Log shows no related errors to either issue. Only thing I found in the browser console was: JQMIGRATE: Migrate is installed, version 1.4.1

    Let me know when v1.0.7 is ready!!

    Thanks…

    Plugin Contributor Varun Dubey

    (@vapvarun)

    We have not tested with Group hierarchy, will plan for it.

    OK, but, the issue with the (not) saving of plugin settings (Update buttons), with multisite when BuddyPress is enabled on the subsite, still remains in v1.0.6!

    gastronimo

    (@gastronimo)

    Let me add that this plugin, even with its own issues, was already working perfectly with the Hierarchical Groups plugin- right up until the last update! Maybe you can easily find what was modified to produce the conflict? It’s really important!!!

    gastronimo

    (@gastronimo)

    HEY @vapvarun!

    This topic should definitely NOT be marked as resolved yet! I have continued to report that the problem with the (not) saving of plugin settings (Update buttons), with multisite when BuddyPress is enabled on the subsite, still remains even after the last update to v1.0.6!

    I have not heard any response to this in 3 weeks!

    Thanks for keeping on this.

    Plugin Contributor Varun Dubey

    (@vapvarun)

    @gastronimo we have also pushed multisite fixes with v1.1.0. You can try again with the stable version.

    @vapvarun-

    I can now confirm, that using v 1.0.6, the Group Type Search field/button works as intended with Group Hierarchy, to show subgroups of the selected Type. Great

    I went to update to v 1.10 within the Net Admin plugin window to see if the newest version also fixes the problem of never saving of plugin settings (Update buttons), in the Group Type admin window…

    but WordFence gave me:
    Update Failed: <!DOCTYPE html> 403 Forbidden 403 Forbidden A potentially unsafe operation has been detected in your request to this site. Generated by Wordfence at Wed, 18 Apr 2018 17:32:28 GMT.Your computer’s time: document.write(new Date().toUTCString());.

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