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Community » Tag: buddypress - Recent Posts Theme Hybrid en-US Sun, 04 Dec 2016 14:16:37 +0000 bbpress 1.0.2 <![CDATA[Search]]> q Justin Tadlock on "Hybrid and BuddyPress" Wed, 28 Sep 2011 22:32:33 +0000 Justin Tadlock 3708@ <p>BuddyPress integration with the Hybrid theme is pretty much off the table now. Hybrid was never meant to be a BuddyPress theme.</p> <p>BuddyPress themes are still something I'm thinking about though. </p> Ploobers on "Hybrid and BuddyPress" Wed, 28 Sep 2011 05:53:47 +0000 Ploobers 3707@ <p>Any updates on the potential for BuddyPress / Hybrid integration? </p> Sherman on "Hybrid and BuddyPress" Fri, 13 May 2011 15:34:52 +0000 Sherman 3564@ <p>Hey All; I just wanted to thank everyone for this conversation so far. It's spanned a number of years so some of the links and so forth don't wok but the instructions and advice are sound and much appreciate.</p> <p>I'm diving head-first into a buddypress installation for a church. It's amazing how bad -or- inflexible church web community software is. BuddyPress seems like a great fit. As a WP Developer I always start with Hybrid (love love love) so that's a natural fit for me.</p> <p>I will probably have MANY questions so I'm hopeful there are some BuddyPress folks still monitoring this topic.</p> <p>As a start I was wondering if anyone DOES have a hybrid-buddypress empty child theme available? I certainly don't mind doing the work but if it were already available...</p> <p>Thanks in advance and I plan to keep this thread alive as I move forward. </p> ibloom on "Developer needed" Fri, 08 Apr 2011 07:17:47 +0000 ibloom 3502@ <p>Professional Developer needed for completing a website built on hybrid with skeleton child and buddypress.</p> <p>I think 70% of the work is done, maybe something could have been done better. But I'm going to slow to finish in time... Still missing:</p> <p>- Finetuning Buddypress<br /> - Breadcrumbs not working / Problem site titles<br /> - Custom registration form<br /> - Problem with curvycorners when dynamically resizing layers<br /> - Implementation Project Manager with Frontend Submitting Form (partially done)<br /> - Shop<br /> - Membership Plugin<br /> - Newsletter</p> <p>If you are available for hiring please let me know your skills and quotation writing to (hello(@)ibloom(.)it). I'll explain further details by mail. </p> <p>Thank you! </p> ibloom on "Hybrid and BuddyPress" Sun, 03 Apr 2011 17:02:07 +0000 ibloom 3491@ <p>Hi Robert,</p> <p>I've tried to use your code to create the breadcrumbs for the buddypress pages (thank you for sharing). Unfortunately no luck, not even an error...<br /> I'm using hybrid with skeleton child and tried to put your code in the breadcrumb_trail.php under hybrid/library.</p> <p>Any hints? </p> <p>Thank you! </p> lkingsland on "Hybrid and BuddyPress" Wed, 18 Aug 2010 20:57:37 +0000 lkingsland 3240@ <p>@Robert, I would like to use breadcrumbs on my BuddyPress enabled Hybrid site, but I don't understand where to insert your "Generates the Buddypress breadcrumbs" function. Where is "breadcrumb_trail()" located? </p> lkingsland on " - Hybrid + WP3.0 + BuddyPress" Fri, 13 Aug 2010 21:09:02 +0000 lkingsland 3235@ <p>I've been following your pioneering work on the BuddyPress-Hybrid thread and also want to thank you for generously sharing your progress. is a beautiful site and a great example of BuddyPress integration. How did you get the Community (BP) links into the main navigation menu? Can BP pages be used with the WP 3.0 menu system? </p> davek on "Hybrid and BuddyPress" Fri, 16 Jul 2010 23:23:48 +0000 davek 3186@ <p>@ypierre have a look at <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> - this should work with Hybrid News.</p> <p>If you are still stuck, post over there &amp; I'll do my best to help you out. </p> ypierre on "Hybrid and BuddyPress" Fri, 16 Jul 2010 15:03:05 +0000 ypierre 3184@ <p>@davek Thanks for the link. Keep up the good work.</p> <p>You seem to know a lot about making themes from themehybrid compatible with bp. Would you be able to show a quick dummy guide on how I can try it on hybrid news? For example: show a small snippet of the part of the original bp theme and then show which part in hybrid news needs to be modified. I don't know much about codes these things but I'm willing to give it a try. </p> davek on "Hybrid and BuddyPress" Fri, 16 Jul 2010 11:04:34 +0000 davek 3183@ <p>@ypierre sorry, I moved the templates over to <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> </p> ypierre on "Hybrid and BuddyPress" Fri, 16 Jul 2010 02:12:51 +0000 ypierre 3181@ <p>Hello everyone! I just started and looking around.</p> <p>I tried to go to <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a> but page not found. Is that the only site to try out the theme for wp3.0 and bp1.2.5.2? Is it also available to download from this site as well?</p> <p>Please point me in the right direction. </p> Toby Cryns on "Idea: Hybrid child theme ready for BuddyPress/WPMU social network" Wed, 07 Jul 2010 02:46:23 +0000 Toby Cryns 3153@ <p>@Justin - Any plans in the near-future to develop a BuddyPress theme or a plugin that makes Hybrid BuddyPress-compatible (if that's possible)?</p> <p>Thanks!</p> <p>UPDATE: I just found this thread: <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a></p> <p>No need to reply to my post here. :) </p> Robert on "Hybrid and BuddyPress" Mon, 24 May 2010 05:31:10 +0000 Robert 3085@ <p>@KeneticImages</p> <p>I basically disabled the original Hybrid Breadcrumbs (via remove_action()) and added my own breadcrumb.php, called the function breadcrumb_buddypress_trail(), which is a copy of the original breadcrumb_trail() code with the following edit:<br /> after the line:</p> <pre><code>elseif ( is_404() ) $trail[&#39;trail_end&#39;] = &#39;&lt;span class=&quot;trail-end&quot;&gt;&#39; . __( &#39;404 Not Found&#39;, $textdomain ) . &#39;&lt;/span&gt;&#39;;</code></pre> <p>I just added:</p> <p><code>else buddypress_breadcrumb($trail);</code></p> <p>And of course added the complete buddypress_trail() function in the same file.</p> <p>HTH </p> Robert on " - Hybrid + WP3.0 + BuddyPress" Mon, 24 May 2010 05:16:20 +0000 Robert 3084@ <p>Wow, more comments and questions...</p> <p>@dhavaljani<br /> Slider is just the jQuery cycle plugin here: <a href="" rel="nofollow"></a></p> <p>@KeneticImages<br /> I see you posted your question in the BuddyPress-Hybrid thread. I will reply there.</p> <p>@SupplementUpdates<br /> 1. Eh, yeah... the tabs are a custom thing. Basically, I wrote a class to act as a mini "Tab template engine" so the tab layouts are mini templates defined in the class (since the news tab has a different layout than the others). The tab content is generated using a custom WP query that uses input parameters from the Theme Configuration so you can turn the two tab blocks on/off and choose which site categories you want to use for the tabs. You can set up to 4 tabs, define the tab title and select the category.<br /> 2. Hybrid Child theme would be nice but as you suspect, there's a LOT of custom stuff in there. We do have in the pipeline to develop some templates for "Sub-sites" on this project so just maybe, there's a cut down child theme lurking somewhere :).</p> <p>You're right, you wouldn't want to run this on shared hosting. It's on a VPS in Singapore and I replaced the main jQuery to use google CDN. Also, when WP3.0 goes stable, and the cache plugins get updated, we'll be looking at implementing one of them too. I also think that the host has installed APC or similar on our account.</p> <p>Thanks for your kind words. Much appreciated. </p> SupplementUpdates on " - Hybrid + WP3.0 + BuddyPress" Sun, 16 May 2010 21:53:01 +0000 SupplementUpdates 3073@ <p>1. How did you do the tabbed category articles on the"tab main feature"?<br /> 2. A lighter, watered-down version of this would make an incredible Hybrid Child theme.</p> <p>Definitely one of the coolest magazine style layouts that I've seen anywhere though it's pretty heavy as currently configured for anyone on shared hosting. </p> KeneticImages on " - Hybrid + WPMU2.9.2 + BuddyPress" Fri, 14 May 2010 21:24:49 +0000 KeneticImages 3070@ <p>Created a new site using Hybrid + WPMU2.9.2 and Buddypress</p> <p><a href="" rel="nofollow"></a></p> <p>Feedback welcome. Thanks! </p> KeneticImages on " - Hybrid + WP3.0 + BuddyPress" Wed, 12 May 2010 17:33:51 +0000 KeneticImages 3061@ <p>I would like more info on how you implemented the Breadcrumbs on Buddypress </p> KeneticImages on "Hybrid and BuddyPress" Wed, 12 May 2010 14:58:55 +0000 KeneticImages 3060@ <p>Robert,</p> <p>I want to add Breadcrumbs to my Hybrid/Buddypress installation, but I am not understanding where you are adding in the code. Can you please clarify?</p> <p>Thanks! </p> dhavaljani on " - Hybrid + WP3.0 + BuddyPress" Mon, 10 May 2010 02:50:46 +0000 dhavaljani 3057@ <p>Great site! I love the layout and also the fact that you targeted the Asian market:) Wonder what slider are you using for homepage? </p> Robert on " - Hybrid + WP3.0 + BuddyPress" Sat, 08 May 2010 01:09:40 +0000 Robert 3054@ <p>Thanks @steupz and @fb.</p> <p>@fb, we are a New Zealand web agency called <a href="">LERO9</a>. We specialize in WordPress and Magento development.</p> <p>Cheers for the heads up.</p> <p>Robert </p> fb on " - Hybrid + WP3.0 + BuddyPress" Thu, 06 May 2010 18:18:10 +0000 fb 3052@ <p>Really like it, couldn't fault it and I really looked!! :) Well done, let me know if you are freelance or company based, may be able to throw some work your way </p> steupz on " - Hybrid + WP3.0 + BuddyPress" Thu, 06 May 2010 01:36:24 +0000 steupz 3050@ <p>The header is very good, but the use of colours is brilliant.</p> <p>This is really, really good. </p> Ipstenu on "Hybrid and BuddyPress" Thu, 29 Apr 2010 14:36:59 +0000 Ipstenu 2949@ <p>Now that I'm off my ass about doing things...</p> <p>I have a site done up in Hybrid News and I converted to BuddyPress last week. Got the heavy lifting completed on Monday and ... Honestly there wasn't a whole lot of Hybrid tweaking needed. That BP template plugin made it pretty brainless. I did a couple tweaks to things for BP layout, and in order to get the BP Admin Bar running on all apps on my site (ZenPhoto and MediaWiki) I had to make a Hybrid Page with no widgets, but Justin's example on how to do that made it stupid easy. Seriously not hard.</p> <p>I was going to write it up, but there wasn't a whole lot of 'OMG! Remember this!' details. It was all pretty straight forward.</p> <p>And I did it on all WordPress MultiSite 3.0 and BP 1.2.3. Works just how I wanted. </p> davek on "Hybrid and BuddyPress" Wed, 28 Apr 2010 23:47:12 +0000 davek 2947@ <p>Still following this topic too. Will add a BuddyPress/Hybrid pack for all to use &amp; Justin to look over once WP3 &amp; BuddyPress 1.2.4 is released. </p> Robert on " - Hybrid + WP3.0 + BuddyPress" Wed, 28 Apr 2010 05:28:30 +0000 Robert 2941@ <p>Thanks guys for your lovely feedback, especially @Kyle D. We appreciate the honesty and will consider your comments and discuss them with the client.</p> <p>The black slide-up on the carousel has a delay so the full image can be observed before it is covered. Sometimes it will contain artwork or text. We thought it would be nice to give the viewer the opportunity to see the image but I also agree that the content is important. </p> gipsytony3 on " - Hybrid + WP3.0 + BuddyPress" Wed, 28 Apr 2010 02:35:13 +0000 gipsytony3 2939@ <p>Wow! I just love your work! </p> edskellington on " - Hybrid + WP3.0 + BuddyPress" Tue, 27 Apr 2010 18:26:35 +0000 edskellington 2932@ <p>I think thats excellent and truly bleeding edge! I'm loving buddypress myself and have had lots of fun customizing it! Its a great network out of the box, heres to 3.0! </p> Kyle D on " - Hybrid + WP3.0 + BuddyPress" Tue, 27 Apr 2010 12:56:07 +0000 Kyle D 2930@ <p>Looks pretty nice. Just a couple of things I noticed: </p> <p>On the popup that comes when you first visit the page, the image replacement for the title and logo is pretty slow, so it looks kind of odd until the headings are actually loaded. Not sure what technique you're using for image replacement, but maybe it can be tweaked a little.</p> <p>The animation (fade out/in) for the tabs seems a bit slow, or maybe even unnecessary. Might be nice if the two tabs in the top right (Welcome / Partners) were the same size, so there wasn't a shift when you switch between them.</p> <p>The slider on the home page - I think it takes a bit too long for the black box of text to pop up - I click on 5 then have to wait for it to appear. Maybe I'm just impatient, but I'd prefer to see the content rather than have to wait for an animation that doesn't really enhance things too much. I think a lot of the animations on the site could be twice as fast.</p> <p>Really like the header. </p> Justin Tadlock on "Hybrid and BuddyPress" Tue, 27 Apr 2010 11:12:28 +0000 Justin Tadlock 2928@ <p>I just want to hop in and say I've been following everything in this topic, even though I've been quiet about it. Feel free to keep it going.</p> <p>Robert, thanks for posting the breadcrumb trail stuff. It's been useful, and I'll probably end up putting a lot of it in the Breadcrumb Trail extension for Hybrid and the plugin. </p> Robert on " - Hybrid + WP3.0 + BuddyPress" Tue, 27 Apr 2010 03:31:57 +0000 Robert 2927@ <p><a href="" rel="nofollow"></a></p> <p>We plunged in and used the bleeding edge WP3.0 (currently beta-1) in network mode.</p> <p>Also running Hybrid 0.8 bleeding-edge and BuddyPress 1.2.3 stable.</p> <p>We wanted custom menus, custom post types and custom taxonomies out of the box.</p> <p>Feedback welcome :)</p> <p>Cheers,<br /> Robert </p>