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[Plugin: Login With Ajax] Buddypress work-around?

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  • kenrichman
    Participant

    @kenrichman

    Ok I have removed the link – in widget-out.php

    While looking at it, I noticed some BuddyPress code there intended to make it work with BuddyPress –

    if ( function_exists('bp_get_signup_page') ) { //Buddypress
             $register_link = bp_get_signup_page();

    Wondering why this doesn’t work?

    I have the exact same question. The plugin is working great, but if a user clicks “Register”, the pop up form they are presented is not the BuddyPress form as I have an extra Required field added to that form and it is not displaying at all.

    Does anyone have a fix for this yet? Thanks for your time and to the developer of the plugin for the great work.

    naturalworth
    Member

    @naturalworth

    Did you get the plugins registration to work with buddypress?

    I got it to work with buddypress registration by turning off the login-with-ajax registration option and then adding a new menu in the sidebar with a link to the buddypress registration page. Not so pretty but it does work.

    You could probably modify the widget-out.php file to add the correct registration link. You can see intructions for this in the ‘other notes’ of the plugin info.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/login-with-ajax/other_notes/

    Hope this helps.

    WPWally
    Member

    @wordpresswally

    I do not see any instructions for widget-out.php in the link you provided. Is it somewhere elseor am I missing something?

    WPWally
    Member

    @wordpresswally

    Nevermind figured it out. I am a dolt sometimes.

    1. Uncheck the register with AJAX box in widgets.
    2. Create link to Buddypress register site

    Thanks

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