[buddypress-dev] URL changes and Usernames vs Blogs
gigalinux at gmail.com
Thu Oct 23 12:01:07 GMT 2008
Great news. I have allready blogged it:
http://buddypress.de/blog/2008/10/aenderung-der-url-struktur.html - It's
Btw.: Andy can you build the textdomain load function in, we need it for the
german translation of BuddyPress.
On Thu, Oct 23, 2008 at 13:37, Mike Little <mike at zed1.com> wrote:
> That's great Andy, it makes *much* more sense now.
> Thanks for this.
> Is the "/members/" part configurable? I'm thinking different
> languages, or even /buddies/, /homies/, /sisters/
> 2008/10/23 Andy Peatling <andypeatling at automattic.com>:
> > I've now changed the URL structure of BuddyPress so it is a little more
> > intuitive.
> > All member pages are now at:
> > http://domain.com/members/[username]<http://domain.com/members/%5Busername%5D>
> > All blogs continue to function on either a subdomain or subdirectory
> > depending on your settings.
> > This also means that pseudo-blogs/home bases are no longer needed for
> > Because this is now the case, the original "give me a blog/just a
> > option is now honored on the sign up page. Users can either just sign up
> > an account, or an account and their first blog.
> > The changes should not break existing installations, however you may get
> > some redundant tables and users will need to re-upload their avatar.
> > Cheers
> > Andy
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