Hey Matt, happen to share all i’ve learned about integrating the two. my email is briansowards on gmail
Is this suppose to prevent a welcome email from being sent out? Right now, if I don’t use any other plugins, a welcome email is sent. I’d like to customize that email. I’m trying to use the SB Welcome Email Editor plugin, but it’s not sending a welcome email, only the admin notification for new […]
How’s it going?
Sure of course, thanks for the great plugin and tremendous support Brajesh. I’ve sent you my email via twitter if you need to chat further.
ok I’ve got a better clue now. Your redirect plugin uses: bp_core_redirect. Without s2member, it redirected outside the site. My guess is you issuing a redirect on that plugin is conflicting with s2member.
Confirmed. When s2member is deactivated, the error doesn’t happen, so it’s a conflict between your plugin and s2member. s2member is free though, you might want to just test it on your clean install to be sure. It is a popular buddypress plugin…
Ok, might be worth testing with your AutoLogin plugin, and if you are game, the s2Member plugin, which I’m also using. if there is a problem with s2member, there team is really good, and I can talk with them about any issues you identify.
While you are in there, try using the facebook login button on the site as well. I’m getting errors from that too.
Hi Brajesh, Ok that helps provide a clue, thanks. I tried adding the suggested code to the top of my register.php but the error is still there. Could you try running the page for yourself? http://udancedelaware.info/register/ You’ll see that the error is on the register page. What hooks are used once a register is submitted? […]
The information I’m really looking for right now is, which function in this plugin might be throwing that error? any guesses?
Here’s an example randomly generated username: mem48239etsentwenmmmtwntoecc
No, i’m using a script that auto-generates the username with only letters and numbers
ok i can confirm it is only an issue using the Facebook register button, regular works just fine
One interesting fact – the registration is processed, so it looks like it is getting hung up trying to redirect to the login/profile page? I’m also using your AutoLogin/Redirect plugin.
The ideal behavior would be to take the entries that are placed. So an example form might look like…
Non-mapped field 1:
Non-mapped field 2:
Non-mapped field 3:
or enter your info below
Hey Brajesh I’m getting this error on my BuddyPress register page:
Fatal error: Call to a member function get_page_permastruct() on a non-object in /wp-includes/link-template.php on line 276
The registration works without the facebook button. Here’s what I got for putting in the facebook button:
I can’t figure out how to…[Read more]
I’d like to redirect users to a different page after registration, how would I do that?
Ok I added this code to my Buddypress Registration page template:
But it is ignoring required fields that aren’t mapped to Facebook.
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