[buddypress-dev] Re: Avatar Uploads
c_daniel2002 at yahoo.com
Thu Jul 3 23:17:22 GMT 2008
No, this did not fix it.
The whole set of xprofile_add_jquery() function are not loaded in the page.
I see everything else, values for the avatars, etc...
--- On Thu, 7/3/08, Andy Peatling <andypeatling at automattic.com> wrote:
> From: Andy Peatling <andypeatling at automattic.com>
> Subject: Re: [buddypress-dev] Re: Avatar Uploads
> To: buddypress-dev at lists.automattic.com
> Date: Thursday, July 3, 2008, 3:49 PM
> On 3-Jul-08, at 3:15 PM, C Daniel wrote:
> > I think i needed to restate my directory structure
> > I have the wpmu running in a subdirectory and creating
> > subdirectories and there is a broken path somewhere so
> that the
> > process of activate is looking for the wp-content
> directory in the
> > root of my webservers http location.
> > To illustrate
> > my setup
> > http://www.name.com/wpmublogs/
> > for testing a new setup would go here
> > http://www.name.com/wpmublogs/testing
> That makes sense then, it will mess up the friendly URL
> catching code
> for BuddyPress.
> You can modify a file to make this work though -
> $component_index = 0;
> $action_index = 1;
> $component_index = 1;
> $action_index = 2;
> That should *hopefully* do it. But you may still have
> issues with links.
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