BuddyPress Featured Members is a WordPress plugin that allows creating/displaying list of featured members. It is flexible in the way the lists are displayed( slider, list, theme default, or custom). Features: Multiple users can be marked as featured Featured Members can be displayed using shortcode or widget Featured Members Can be displayed in the directory […]
BuddyPress Activity shortcode a plugin by BuddyDev and Brajesh Singh, enables you to insert BuddyPress activity stream on any page/post using shortcode. It has flexibility built in the shortcode. You can customize almost all aspects of the activity list, what should be listed, how many and everything using the shortcode. Features include: List all activities […]
Jake Rocheleau writing on hongkiat has posted a useful article “Beginner’s Guide To BuddyPress: Tips And Resources” on starting with BuddyPress. The article is focused on some of the basic installation techniques including references to more detailed code snippets. “WordPress is quite possibly the most widely used open source CMS with thousands of free themes […]
BuddyPress 2.3.3 has been released for download. This is a maintenance and security release for the 2.3 branch of code, and it is recommended BuddyPress installations are upgraded as soon as possible. “BuddyPress Messages, while off by default, is a component that’s frequently enabled to allow members to communicate privately with each other. A vulnerability […]
On Saturday August 8th, Brighton (UK) hosts the first-ever European BuddyPress conference — BuddyCamp Brighton! Tickets are still available, so get yours now and check out the schedule. BuddyCamp Brighton is a friendly one-day conference, like a WordCamp, but as you can guess from the name, BuddyCamp Brighton is a conference focused on BuddyPress.
The BuddyPress Extended Profile component lacks native handling of Image type fields. The BuddyPress XProfile Image Field plugin allows users to add fields of type Image to user profile forms without having to edit any of the BuddyPress core files. The images are stored by default into /wp-content/uploads/profiles/[USER_ID] directory. Where [USER_ID] is the id of […]
Buddypress Who clicked at my Profile? is a WordPress plugin for BuddyPress by Florian Schießl that will provide a widget that shows last profile visitors for the logged in user. This will only work with standard buddypress profile. BuddyPress lets users sign-up and start creating profiles, posting messages, making connections, creating and interacting in groups, […]