I took the plunge and gave it a go, initially things looked ok. I imported the users table and the user meta table, as these would have to tie in with posts and postmeta, but even though it imported all the galleries and the correct titles etc, they all had an incorrect URL and were mapped to the admin member. No media showing, even though same structure.
I think the next would be to import all the buddypress tables?
Thank you gloriously for all the info Brajesh, hope you are well.
I realised that the directory structure used for my other application was a duplicate of the original mediapress structure, in that all the folders are numbered based on the user ID of the member. I think also I may have a database copy from back then also which would include the mediapress entries. If not I can look at the details you’ve given here and see if I can work out how to recreate the member gallery from my old setup onto this new website.
Thanks Ravi, I looked there, and modified this line
<?php wp_nonce_field( 'new_activity_comment', '_wpnonce_new_activity_comment_' . bp_get_activity_id()' ); ?>
Is that the line, and the right modification? Am using the legacy template and modified as per the instructions on that page for the entry.php
Anyway, it still isn’t responding, I purged the page from litespeed cache.
Here’s what I did, I downloaded the entire mediapress folder from the WP uploads folder. Each folder was numbered according to user id and album ID. Got the actual names from the database and renamed all folders to match peoples names and albums.
So had a full backup, then I can make that available in case anyone wants to keep their work.
Going to start today to remove mediapress, it is a shame for sure, been a good time with it.
Thanks again for all your help over the years.