Tagged: compatibility, plugin
I need this plugin but it seems not compatible with CBOX. please have a look at this. menus appears horizontally and vertically too.
Plug in name: BuddyPress Custom Profile Menu
The CBOX theme has its own way of rendering the nav menu. Unfortunately, that plugin is not compatible with CBOX.
@Hope, Ray and Scott (and all others) :
I´ve got a problem with BuddyPress Media, too. ( http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/buddypress-media/ ).
On Groups-Pages the Media-Menu doesn´t appear.
Did you already solve the problem?
eduticle – Thanks for noting about the problem; we’ll have to test the CBOX theme with BP-Media to confirm the bug.
I´ve testet the plugin with some other BP-Themes and there it works fine.
I´m looking forward to your answer. 🙂
I’m hoping for a solution to the BP-Media issue as well.
@aholmes23 @eduticle I just took a look at BP-Album (BP-Media’s code isn’t currently available online at the moment, but is based off the same codebase) yesterday, and the problem has to do with how BP-Album adds its own templates.
In a nutshell, BP-Album is adding templates the wrong way and is not a problem with the CBOX Theme.
You can fix this by either:
* Manually overriding BP-Album’s templates and adding them to CBOX Theme (which you shouldn’t really have to do if the plugin was adding their templates correctly)
* Or wait for BP-Album to do it right. I added some fixes for their code, which I’m waiting for them to merge back into their plugin. If you can’t wait, you can get the changes here (click on the ZIP button to download it)
Plugins that run into theme compatibility issues are likely to have the same problem as well.
Edit: BP-Media and BuddyPress Media are two different plugins made by two different teams. I made my changes according to the former and not the latter.
BuddyDrive options display issue in CBOX 1.0.3
Please see the attached image.
Btw, I’m having a myriad of problems finding any ‘font’ plugin that works without doing something ugly somewhere… anyone found one they like?
I’m using Google Web Fonts Manager on sub-stes very successfully. I have not tried it on my main site yet,
‘Font’ version 6.13 by Pawel Misiurski basically works pretty well except that the settings preferences don’t always stick in MU installations. Use with caution.
/* Style Definitions */
mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm 5.4pt;
mso-fareast-font-family:”Times New Roman”;
I’m new to code/CBox and have tried without success to place navigation labels in the correct position for a plugin which links Woocommerce to Buddypress. I’ve attached screen grabs. If you can point me to the file/s for making adjustments that would be great. Screen grab ‘shop3’ is the desired layout (taken from another theme).
The plugin is Woocommerce for Buddypress: http://themekraft.com/woocommerce-for-buddypress-1-0-8/
Thanks in advance,
Please ignore above ‘Hi’
ATBar icons not showing – please see attached.
The event date-picker doesn’t work with the CBOX theme, it simply doesn’t pop up when you mouseover the place it should be in when CBOX theme is active. The events manager theme suggests its a jquery version issue as described in http://msyk.es/blog/prevent-jquery-wordpress-theme/
That said, thanks for a great theme! 🙂