- Graham Hoffman on December 11, 2018 at 12:37 pm in reply to: Automatically deactivate users if they have not been active for more than 6 mont #19379
I love this idea, I could use it myself –
bulk deactivate, email and delete users who have been inactive for so long.
- Graham Hoffman on December 5, 2018 at 8:55 am in reply to: Hos to make the registration process more user friendly #19253
Just to add to this, I also find it a pain with the usernames but had to accept it.
Considering most my users already ‘sign in’ with their email address. It does seem confusing – however I’ve just gotten use to it.
There is a plugin called BP-Messages, which entirely replaces the stock message system within BuddyPress. This allows a more ‘FB Messenger’ styled window, including the removal of the Subject line.
Maybe that will help you.
- Graham Hoffman on September 25, 2018 at 2:10 pm in reply to: [Resolved] Remove the subject line requirement in messages? #17639
If there are any issues (I believe BP requires the title to be entered before sending?) there is a plugin called BP Better Messages that enables you to remove the Message Title functionality.
- Graham Hoffman on September 5, 2018 at 3:27 pm in reply to: Redirect Loggedout Users to a 'Register Page' #17128
I’ve just noticed WPMUDev do have a Login Redirect, so this should be sufficient.
- Graham Hoffman on July 13, 2018 at 5:01 pm in reply to: User Profile Visibility Not Applying? #16318
Ah, that makes sense. and it works perfectly!
Any suggestions what to do if I did need Essential Grid? Or is it a case of tough luck for now?
I’m not specifically using it yet, well it’s on the homepage but I can tweak it if it’s causing a pain.
Hey Brajesh, still no rush on this but wondered if you had any updates? I’m still setting up this new improved version of my site and wondered whether this was still in scope to incorporate before it’s rolled out
- Graham Hoffman on July 13, 2018 at 1:57 pm in reply to: User Profile Visibility Not Applying? #16310
haha, I thought I was going mad before the videos 🙂
Any suggestions about the plugin situation? I’m aware people recommend lower amount of plugins but these all add essential functions to my website.
I mean, my marketplace/sales area has at least 8 plugins from the same developer (Like Extensions) so it’s hard to cut them off.
There are loads which are not enabled while I’m still testing this site up, which ill remove once I’m confident I don’t need them, but just wanted to get your opinion on it.