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  • Ok, discovered the issue. I needed to go to “Appearance>Theme Options” and tick the boxes to allow use of the “functions-custom.php” and “custom.css” files as David notes in this post:

    Thanks for your time in helping to look into this!!

    I actually forgot about those settings. I am glad that it is working for you.




    Would it be possible to remove the login form on the sidebar?

    this is because I was thinking of using just Login with Facebook function with the wp-fb auto connect plugin.

    Looking forward to your reply.


    Thanks, these instructions worked a treat. However, I’m trying to integrate wp-fb-autoconnect with the /join page with little luck. You can see it at the following link:

    As you’ll notice, the user cannot move on from /join. The plugin says the only reason for this could be an error in the js somewhere else on the page, but the page seems fine (site FAQ#14).

    Any thoughts?

    Hi, I’m having the same trouble as transpogroup. I’ve checked functions-custom.php and custom.css. Both as saved correctly in the theme directory. And bp-custom.php is working perfectly.
    The redirect is working fine however the the /join page is rendering with header and footer with no content.

    It’s obviously something simple that I’m missing (do I have to add pointers to the custom files or does the theme options checkbox already do that – that’s kind of what I assumed?)

    Thanks in advance as it is a great theme.

    Fixed it. If anyone else has issue in displaying the login content don’t forget to go to “Settings”, go to “General” and tick the “Anyone can register” box next to “Membership”.

    I had switched this off while building the initial wordpress install.

    Hope that helps.

    What are the div classes: private-demo-warning, demo-notice-left, demo-notice-right?


    I am having problem with the homepage login. I have installed the wp-fb-autoconnect plugins.. but its not showing or comming up on my home page.

    The plugin is working very well, since when I added a widget on my sidebar it shows up.

    The problem here is that I am not using a sidebar on my homepage and needs the homepage to be static.
    How can I make my user connect with facebook on the homepage..?
    or How can I use a custom login button if the first one is not possible?

    see the site here… (

    I feel fairly certain I followed these directions to a T…but the “top” part — where it says “Welcome to the Frisco Theme Demo” — is not showing up for me. Help?

    @heatherhuhman, do you have a functions-custom.php file in your theme directory? If so, did you also activate it in the Theme Options?

    Oops, it was uploaded in the wrong place! Ok, so now it’s showing up…but it looks all messed up. Help again? (I’m so sorry…I’m definitely not savvy when it comes to this stuff, and I really appreciate you taking the time!)

    @heatherhuhman, not a problem. You also need a custom.css file in your theme’s directory as well. You can copy the code from here: Make sure to also activate this on the Theme Options page.

    THAT’S what I was missing! Thank you SO MUCH!

    You are welcome.

    Ok Joshua, another question for you! Even though this page is public, it won’t let non-members visit it now. Any thoughts about how to make this one page public?

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