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  • You did see that it’s not supported on the latest version of BuddyPress/

    The load_plugin_textdomain referred to in the error message for the test does not appear in the BuddyPress Sliding Login Panel plugin.

    I have been using the BuddyPress Sliding Login Panel without problems on live sites using WordPress 3.3 and BuddyPress 1.5.2. No errors have been reported on several busy sites using the plugin.

    @xenaco, how can i install that plugin ? i have a wordpress 3.3. is it working on this ?

    Thank you

    Download the plugin from the WordPress Plugin repository

    Install it like any other WordPress Plugin and follow the instructions on the Installation tab of that link.

    You need to disable the WordPress/BuddyPress Admin Bar by adding

    “define( ‘BP_DISABLE_ADMIN_BAR’, true);” to the wp-config.php file.

    I have it working on WordPress 3.3 on several sites with no issues.

    I have tested it and used it with Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera and Internet Explorer.

    i did exactly the same, but the menu didn’t show up.

    is it matter, where i put this code in wp-config ? top of it or bottom ?
    “define( ‘BP_DISABLE_ADMIN_BAR’, true);”

    also, do i have to use this code ?
    “<?php if(function_exists(updateHeader)) updateHeader(); ?>”

    Add the define at the very bottom of wp-config.php as follows:

    /* Disable BuddyPress Admin Bar to use BuddyPress Sliding Admin Login Panel     */
    define( 'BP_DISABLE_ADMIN_BAR', true );
    /* That's all, stop editing! Happy blogging. */

    The if(function_exists… code is not required in the current version of the plugin.

    no sir, not working for me. i try it my 4 sites, none of them work 🙁

    can see your sites ?


    I’ll be publishing a new plugin within the next couple weeks or so (hopefully) that is a sliding login panel as well. It looks virtually the same as this one and has the option for a WordPress Menu, BuddyPress Menu, WHMCS Menu and combination BP+WHMCS & BP+BBPress Menus as well as the option to use your own script via cut and paste in the dashboard.

    I’m currently working out some bugs but it works fine with current WP/BP and doesn’t require hacking of the wp-config.php file.

    Hopefully by now you already have this one working. Best of luck and have a great new year!

    Those instructions are for the old version. Don’t have to add any code in to header.php for the new version. New installation instructions here.

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