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August 21, 2019 at 5:49 pm #8327
We have a maintenance release scheduled for the end of the month that will include these plugin updates. It should arrive on wordpress.org then or watch our blog for updates.July 12, 2019 at 12:46 pm #8280
Thanks for catching this bug, Troy. It looks like we missed this during initial implementation.
I’ve added an issue for this here:
In the meantime, if you created a child theme, you can style the look and feel by creating an
entry.phptemplate and making sure the template matches the inner portion of the
page.phpmarkup. Blog post comments also need to be styled as well.April 22, 2019 at 6:01 pm #8220
I do not think your issue is with all your images.
I’m only suggesting to remove the one, problematic image that is causing the problem on your Resources page because if you try and load the image URL that I linked to above, the whole browser tab will fail to load and will throw an error message (tested in Google Chrome).April 17, 2019 at 2:10 pm #8218
It appears one of your images is causing the problem:
Try removing that photo from your Media Library and Resources page and it should load again.
Hope that helps.March 19, 2019 at 7:45 pm #8197
Since this is WordPress functionality, you should feel free to check out the wordpress.org plugin repository:
Some have used Theme My Login in the past to some degree of success:
Hope that helps! If you have any further questions regarding WordPress, you can also post on the wordpress.org support forums:
https://wordpress.org/support/March 8, 2019 at 5:19 pm #8192
Can you walk through exactly the steps you are using to update the theme?
If you are updating manually by downloading the ZIP from GitHub:
- Extract the ZIP you downloaded from GitHub and place it in
wp-content/themeson your server
- Rename the older
cbox-themeon your server to
- Rename the
cbox-theme-1.1.1folder from the ZIP file to
cbox-themeshould now be updated. If the theme is updated, you can remove the
Let us know if that works or not.March 7, 2019 at 4:05 pm #8188
Thanks for the console messages. If you look at some of the notices, it says the following:
Blocked loading mixed active content “http://fnvdigitaal.nl/wp-json/cboxol/v1/item-type/36
This means that your site might be set up via regular HTTP, but you are attempting to load HTTPS content. Can you verify that you have either set up HTTPS on your website correctly?
You can also research mixed content WordPress issues on Google. Here are a few search results that might be applicable to you:
Hope that helps! Let us know if any of those articles helped with your installation.March 5, 2019 at 1:29 am #8177
I am unable to replicate this on the latest version of CBOX.
Also, if you can provide your server’s error log (like in your previous support thread) at the time of the attempted save, that might show us what might be causing the problem.February 25, 2019 at 1:55 pm #8172
Can you outline the exact steps you made to get the error? We need to be able to replicate the problem on our end.
For example, on what page were you editing Members or Groups and on what page are you seeing the error?
Thanks!February 21, 2019 at 8:08 pm #8169
Glad that solved your issue with BP Group Documents!
FYI, I deleted some of your other posts in this thread because they contained sensitive information particular to your install.February 20, 2019 at 7:28 pm #8164
I took a look at your error log and the problem is with BP Group Documents using the
You will need to compile PHP on your server with the
It would probably be good to notify the plugin authors about the need to enable
mbstringfor PHP in the documentation somewhere.January 29, 2019 at 5:19 pm #8143
Thanks for the report.
We’ve addressed this in the upcoming 1.1.1 maintenance release.
Specifically, here’s the fix:
The fix is contained within the
wp-content/themes/openlab-themedirectory. If you haven’t followed my previous instructions from the event calendar thread, view my reply here:
If you’ve already updated
openlab-themefrom the event calendar thread, then you should be good to go.
Thanks again!January 29, 2019 at 5:14 pm #8142
We have made a number of fixes for the upcoming 1.1.1 maintenance release that should fix the event calendar issues described above.
The only issue I could not duplicate was the console errors in your second screenshot.
If you want to test ahead of time, you can overwrite the
/wp-content/themes/openlab-theme/folder with the following:
If you want to view the specific changes, you can view them here:
Once you’ve updated
openlab-theme, for the event location to work, you’ll need a Google Maps API key as described on the “Settings > Event Organiser” page in the WP admin area. If you don’t have a Maps API key, you can sign up for one at the link below:
Specifically, you’ll need the Places API and not the Maps one. It should be automatically checked when you click on the link above.
Please let us know if you run into any other issues with the event calendar.January 15, 2019 at 11:01 pm #8137
For your group blog, can you check the “Search Engine Visibility” setting under “Settings > Reading” in the WP admin dashboard? Ensure “Discourage search engines from indexing this site” is unchecked and save.
Unfortunately, there isn’t an automated tool to backfill older blog posts and comments into the group activity stream. You can try editing a group blog post and resaving the entry. This should re-insert the blog post into the group activity stream.
Let me know if that helps.November 6, 2018 at 2:00 am #8091
Is the OpenLab theme amenable to child theming?
Glad you are starting up your new project with CBOX Openlab, Troy!
Yes, you can make any WordPress theme a parent theme, so you should have no trouble creating a child theme off of the OpenLab theme. If you encounter any problems, let us know.
I do see one issue with the CBOX installation process where it’s not detecting child themes from the package theme properly. I’ve created an issue for this here:
In the meantime, feel free to build your child theme.
- Extract the ZIP you downloaded from GitHub and place it in