Support » Plugin: BuddyPress Custom Posts » [Plugin: BuddyPress Custom Posts] Paging issue

  • Micah Wood


    Hi, I am using your EventPress plugin with BuddyPress (all the latest versions). I added a type/index.php file to my theme in order to overwrite the default events directory page. (Let me know if there is a better way of doing this).

    My issue is that I am using query_posts() to overwrite the query and encountered a paging issue. Here is my code:

    $query = $wp_query->query_vars;
    $query['nopaging'] = 0;
    if( !$query['paged'] ) $query['paged'] = 1;

    I am using next_posts_link() and get a 404 regardless of permalink structure. Actually, I am being redirected to the homepage, but I assume it is because it cannot find the paged events page.

    Any help would be appreciated… and thanks for the EventPress plugin. Great work!

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  • Plugin Author kunalb


    Well, I’m afraid there’s no easy way to allow for pagination right now. How BPCP displays events is by completely sidestepping the default blog post display which BuddyPress inherits from WordPress — this allowed me to get URLs like events/<event-name>/, events/<event-name>/edit, etc without worrying too much about wordpress detecting and overriding buddypress as well as being able to directly use various buddypress functions for adding sub-menus, etc.

    I’ve added this as a feature to be added in BPCP 0.1.3. I’ll basically have to over-ride the next_posts_link function using a filter and add support for pagination in the query that is generated.

    (BPCP 0.1.3 should be out by 20th October or so)

    Micah Wood


    Awesome! I’ll keep an eye out for it.

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