[buddypress-dev] What is the bp-core-catchuri logic?
glenn at glennansley.com
Sat Jul 19 02:59:19 GMT 2008
Thank you guys so much for your help (A couple of you have emailed me
individually). Here's some further findings I thought I would throw back to
the community. Note: this is just a dev domain name and probably won't even
be used with buddypress... it was what I had free right now for testing
I think I'm missing something somewhere else. Compare these results
I have placed a die($current_action) in bp-core-catchuri.php directly under
line 28 where $current action is defined.
http://saidatsebts.com/setup/profile creates the *expected* result:
http://saidatsebts.com/setup/groups creates the *expected* result:
subpages that exist*
http://saidatsebts.com/setup/profile/edit creates the *expected* result:
http://saidatsebts.com/setup/groups creates an *unexpected* result:
*fake subpages not setup in nav or existing in file structure*
http://saidatsebts.com/setup/profile/bottabingbottaboom creates an
interesting result (doubling the action):
http://saidatsebts.com/setup/groups/bottabingbottaboom still creates that
weird unexpected registration uri: /wp-signup.php?new=bottabingbottaboom
It seems that my url is getting "hijacked before the bp-core-catchuri.php
file is even invoked (which is almost immediately)
Also, why is die($current_action) printing the entire uri?
On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 3:04 PM, Glenn Ansley <glenn at glennansley.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the reply. That was my mistake in the explanation. I am using
> the subdirectories and it is in the form you mentioned with the /blogname/
> in the url.
> Here's the functions: http://glennansley.com/bp_functions.txt
> I should probably mention that I've added this to the top of the
> bp-groups.php file
> I have also included the following at the top of the file:
> $bp_groups_slug = 'groups';
> Thanks again!
> On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 2:58 PM, Martin <martin at thrive-magazine.com>
>> Hi Glenn,
>> 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
>> If that doesn't help can you post the contents of your _catch_action
>> *From:* buddypress-dev-bounces at lists.automattic.com [mailto:
>> buddypress-dev-bounces at lists.automattic.com] *On Behalf Of *Glenn Ansley
>> *Sent:* Thursday, July 17, 2008 12:30 PM
>> *To:* buddypress-dev at lists.automattic.com
>> *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:
>> *Quick History
>> *My goal is to create a new level of navigation in the default Buddy
>> Press Theme*
>> *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 Scenario*
>> 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 $current_action variable is not set in the _catch_actions function (like
>> the xprofile_catch_action_function).
>> While trying to track this down, put a PHP die($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
>> buddypress-dev mailing list
>> buddypress-dev at lists.automattic.com
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