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April 8, 2015 at 4:13 pm in reply to: Customising the members loop and using this plugin #3272
Could you point me to the page where they offer that suggestion?
In my opinion that’s not the correct way to customize the members loop when the include query arg is present, because it will certainly break all the plugins that use the same query arg, as BP Profile Search does.
If you are interested I could post the correct way to achieve the same customization.
You could edit the CSS file in your menu template and add the declaration
position: fixed; to your menu’s div container.
For instance if you are using the Superfish template with ssf-blue.css, you can replace the position declaration for the .ssf-blue-wrap selector (around line 133):
}March 31, 2015 at 12:19 am in reply to: Change the "sort by"-criterium for members directory after search #3253
You can select Order by: Alphabetical, before or after your search, in order to show all the relevant members.
Please let me know if this works for you!
I think I found a workaround. If, after activating BP XProfile WordPress User Sync, you edit your BP Profile Search forms and update them, the fields are shown even for non logged-in users.
Can you confirm this?
Thank you Ignacio, I’ll look into that plugin and I’ll let you know what I find out.
Unfortunately I’m not able to reproduce this issue.
Try deactivating all the other plugins and switching to a default theme. If the problem remains, I am available to debug it on your site. Please let me know!
Menubar sorts categories alphabetically by default. To change that, you have to open the plugin file wpm-db.php, locate the line 300:
WHERE tt.taxonomy = 'category' ORDER BY t.name ASC";
and change it to
WHERE tt.taxonomy = 'category' ORDER BY t.name DESC";
That will reverse the alphabetical order, as you need.
I’m sorry, I’m not able to reproduce this issue, and I can’t imagine why it’s happening.
If you wish I can have a look at your site, see http://dontdream.it/support-options/ for details.
Thank you for your kind words, I’m glad you like BP Profile Search.
To change the Age Range form, you can edit bps-form.php, lines 109 to 112.
Do you have any permanent cache active on your site? I can’t think of any other reason.
Fammi sapere. Ciao!
I can reproduce the issue you are reporting, so that’s definitely a BP Profile Search bug. Please allow me a few days to find a fix, and I’ll send you a new version to test.
Thanks for your report!
If you used the ‘Add to Directory’ option, you should be able to see the whole Members Directory after the search form.
If you used a shortcode in a page instead, the behavior you see is the expected one. Please note that in this case, after you hit Search, the page URL changes, while in the former case it does not.
I guess you are using a Birthdate field type created by the Buddypress Xprofile Custom Fields Type plugin.
To make the Age Range work, you have two choices:
1. Patch your Buddypress Xprofile Custom Fields Type copy as explained in the Conclusions of this page:
2. Instead of a Birthdate field type, use a standard Date field type.
Regarding the proximity search, that feature is in my (long) to-do list, but unfortunately is not ready yet.October 10, 2014 at 11:05 am in reply to: Using BP Profile Search for Creating a WP Page Template #3065
I’m not sure. There are many search engines, and their policies change with time, but I wouldn’t risk anyway 🙂