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[Resolved] MediaPress breaks BuddyPress Activity

  • Participant
    Level: Initiated
    Posts: 1
    Nathan on #30184

    When activating MediaPress, it removes the activity update form, adds the expected MediaPress buttons, and nothing happens when the buttons are pressed. I am using the latest WordPress and BuddyPress. I tried commenting out all custom CSS, switching back to the latest Twenty Twenty theme, and disabling all BuddyPress-related plugins to ensure it’s not a conflict issue. Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.

    Plugins I am using:
    AJAX Login and Registration modal popup + inline form: 2.10
    Akismet Anti-Spam: 4.1.5
    AMP: 1.5.3
    BP Profile Shortcodes Extra: 2.5.2
    BP Restrict: 1.3.0
    BuddyForms Custom Login Page: 1.1.4
    BuddyPress: 6.0.0
    BuddyPress Activity Autoloader: 2.0.0
    BuddyPress Activity ShortCode: 1.1.7
    BuddyPress Automatic Friends: 2.0.7
    BuddyPress Profile Completion: 1.0.4
    Coming Soon Page, Under Construction & Maintenance Mode by SeedProd: 5.1.0
    Google Analytics for WordPress by MonsterInsights: 7.10.4
    Health Check & Troubleshooting: 1.4.4
    Hide Admin Bar From Front End: 1.8.0
    Hummingbird: 2.4.2
    If Menu – Visibility control for menu items: 0.16.1
    Imagify: 1.9.9
    Jetpack by WordPress.com: 8.5
    Lazy Load – Optimize Images: 2.3.3
    MediaPress: 1.5.0
    Remove Yoast SEO Comments: 3.1
    Slide Anything – Responsive Content / HTML Slider and Carousel: 2.3.14
    Social Media and Share Icons (Ultimate Social Media): 2.5.5
    wpDiscuz: 7.0.0
    WPForms Lite: 1.6.0.2
    Yoast SEO: 14.1

  • Keymaster
    Level: Yogi
    (BuddyDev Team)
    Posts: 2459
    Ravi on #30185

    Hello Nathan,

    Sorry for the inconvenience. Please check is there any javascript error showing in your console window.
    As MediaPress button not working seems to be a javascript conflicting issue. Please share screenshots of the issue help me to understand better.

    Regards
    Ravi

  • Participant
    Level: Initiated
    Posts: 1
    Nathan on #30249

    Thanks for the quick reply! I had been assuming it was some sort of plugin conflict but that helped narrow it down. It looks like it was an issue with the website’s jquery file being loaded in the footer, apparently.

  • Keymaster
    Level: Yogi
    (BuddyDev Team)
    Posts: 2459
    Ravi on #30254

    Hello Nathan,

    Thank you for the acknowledgement. I am glad that you find the culprit.

    Regards
    Ravi

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