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[Plugin: Secure Invites for WordPress MU] issues with buddypress

  • can u please give a installation manual for buddypress?
    in WP3.0 there is no /wp-content/mu-plugins/ directory. I uploaded it in the buddypress directory (/wp-content/plugins/buddypress/) and changed the following

    if ($name == "secure_invite_signup_page") { return "wp-signup.php,/register"; }
    
    	if ($name == "secure_invite_registration_page") { return trim(get_bloginfo("wpurl"), '/') . "/wp-signup.php"; }

    to-

    if ($name == "secure_invite_signup_page") { return "/bp-core/bp-core-signup.php,/register"; }
    
    	if ($name == "secure_invite_registration_page") { return trim(get_bloginfo("wpurl"), '/') . "/bp-core/bp-core-signup.php"; }

    and it didn’t work.
    it wud b great if you cud write an step-by-step installation procedure for buddypress and wordpress 3.0 (dashboard has changed from ‘site admin’ to ‘super admin’ so new screenshots wud b marvelous!)

    i’m using jukt-micronics-buddypress-buddypack child theme for buddypress 1.2…

    please let me know what am i doing wrong?

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  • You are supposed to create your OWN mu-plugins directory (via FTP).
    Simply go to /wp-content/ and create a folder and rename it to mu-plugins

    I don’t know of this plugin works or not, I’m just pointing out why you do not have a mu-plugins directory.

    Plugin Author Chris Taylor

    @mrwiblog

    Macfionn said:
    > You are supposed to create your OWN mu-plugins directory (via FTP).
    Simply go to /wp-content/ and create a folder and rename it to mu-plugins

    This is exactly right. Just create your own mu-plugins folder using FTP. Please also look carefully at the Secure Invites settings as there are a couple in there specifically to help with BuddyPress.

    Two installs later, I am not seeing this as very BP friendly. I have yet to see any settings that say anything about BuddyPress under “Invite” settings. This time I moved to Platform as the theme which clearly isn’t the exact theme that this needs without having to start digging into pages to pin down URL changes..

    On the other hand, I will say that through testing, it appears that BP is the problem with my previous log in issue. Clearly you can’t hide the login bar for users that are logged out because it also hides your admin page…Brilliant….

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