[buddypress-trac] [BuddyPress Trac] #6295: New user activation link returns 404 error

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Sun Mar 15 23:05:09 UTC 2015

#6295: New user activation link returns 404 error
 Reporter:  wrowlands            |       Owner:
     Type:  defect (bug)         |      Status:  new
 Priority:  highest              |   Milestone:  Awaiting Review
Component:  Component - Members  |     Version:  2.2.1
 Severity:  critical             |  Resolution:
 Keywords:                       |

Comment (by wrowlands):

 Replying to [comment:14 r-a-y]: Thanks for this information. I now have
 both pages /register and /activate a parent pages. for right now,
 everything is working fine in setting up new users. The rest of the site
 is also working well. I currently do not have much time to deal with all
 the other testing that will be required. I am wishing that someone at BP
 finds a solution and we can move on. My other wish is that this is not a
 conflict with my theme and/or other plugins. That will be tough as I
 require all of them. Our site has been the subject of many hack-attempts
 and all the security that we have in place right now is working to stop
 it. Our site has no confidential information, although hackers want in.
 Additionally, I am just a volunteer who is helping out here.

 > For me, the registration and activation pages fail to load any content
 when they are nested under the Members directory page in both BP 2.1.1 and
 BP 2.2.1 (`example.com/members/register/`,
 `example.com/members/activate/`) using either theme compatibility or the
 bp-default theme.  So I'm not sure how you're getting your registration
 page to load at `/members/register/`.
 > In BP 2.2.1, I just tested email activation successfully in both formats
 - `example.com/activate/HASH/` and `example.com/activate/?key=HASH`.
 > Do you have any redirect code snippets relating to the register or
 activation pages anywhere (your theme's functions.php, .htaccess)? .  Also
 try disabling iThemes Security.
 > Preferably, please test changes in a development environment before
 deploying them live on your site.

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