[buddypress-dev] What is the bp-core-catchuri logic?
martin at thrive-magazine.com
Thu Jul 17 18:58:02 GMT 2008
A quick question.
Are you using non virtual hosts and are trying to use URLs of the form
domain.com/current_component/current_action? If so it should be of the form
domain.com/blog/current_component/current_action for the main blog or
domain.com/*blog-name*/current_component/current_action for a users blog.
If that doesn't help can you post the contents of your _catch_action
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Subject: [buddypress-dev] What is the bp-core-catchuri logic?
I'm trying to create a new front-end menu that appears for users when they
are logged in. I've attempted to outline my problem very thoroughly below:
My goal is to create a new level of navigation in the default Buddy Press
I found how to create the navigation easily enough using the bp_nav and
the bp_users_nav arrays.
I am now working on catching the actions via pretty URLs. I can't seem to
get the $current_action to register though.
My new menu should show menu-parent in the left-most sidebar with
menu-child1, menuchild2, menuchild3, and menuchild4 in the middle bar. The
content associated with menu-child1 should display as the default page in
the main content area.
What is currently working
The above scenario is working fine without any problems. I have successfully
created the menus and the default content by mimicking the same programing
logic (arrays and functions) used by the xprofile menu and pages.
What is not working
Selecting menuchild2, menuchild3, or menuchild4 from the middle options bar
does not take me to the appropriate page, but instead, takes me to WPMU's
create a new blog page.
Why I think it's not working
It appears to me that the default content is working correctly because the
$current_action variable is not set in the _catch_actions function (like the
While trying to track this down, put a PHP die($bp_uri) function on line 19
in bp-core-catchuri.php directly under the $bp_uri variable.
When I select any default menu like Profile -> Edit Avatar I get the
expected uri : /profile/change-avatar
But if I select one of my new menu times like Menu-Parent -> Menu Child 1, I
get /wp-signup.php?new=menu-child1 as the $bp_uri
How does BP avoid this "new blog registration" redirect. Is it a DB
configuration. It seems to me that bp-core-catchuri.php is one of the first
scripts to fire off. I can't find for the life of me what I'm missing.
Thanks for bearing with me. I hope that someone might have an answer for me!
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