Mike Witt (@mike80222)

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  • Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    Hi @desberdin,

    Is this the same issue?

    https://bbpress.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/3454

    Or, am I confusing two different things? If it’s the same issue you might take a look at that ticket and see if you have any comments to add to it.

    Mike


    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    @johnjamesjacoby, any idea when this might be addressed?

    In reply to: PHP Version

    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    But I do agree that it is very annoying that WP and many plugins don’t take these things seriously!

    In reply to: PHP Version

    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    I have everything turned on, but going into the logs. Actually I have a separate php log for error/warnings, and another one for debugging stuff like notices and deprecated. So I can see everything in the logs when needed but don’t have to wade through the notices to see the actual errors and warnings.

    In reply to: PHP Version

    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    Ha — I turn on notices 🙂

    In reply to: PHP Version

    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    Thanks Robin. I kind of assumed the situation was like what you’re saying. But I just ran into some problems with another plugin (with PHP 8.1) and the authors of that one simply said they’re not supporting 8.1 yet – so no point in reporting issues. This caused me to question the situation with some of my other “main” plugins 🙂

    FYI, though our real sites are still on PHP 7.4, my test site is currently running 8.1.10 and I have not *seen* any problems with bbPress (though it doesn’t get much of a workout there).

    Mike


    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    I tried the code on a test site and it appeared to work.
    I updated the Track ticket.


    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    Hi@dimitri333

    Take a look at:

    identify user with @

    Regarding the (unofficial) code:

    bbp Mentions Suggest

    However, I think that you would have to add BuddyPress to your site to get this working. So it might not help you. I don’t think there’s anything you can do with bbPress alone.


    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    Thanks so much @robin-w!


    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    Update: I got some more info on this from the folks at BuddyDev:

    [x] icon to delete subscriptions

    If anyone can confirm this, and even point me to something in Trac that would be great.


    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    @carasse64 you should definitely post in the BP forum as Robin said, and also I have sometimes had good luck with the free forum at: https://buddydev.com/

    In reply to: identify user with @

    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    > I’m presuming that bp has that functionality somewhere …

    Yeah, that must be the case.

    In reply to: identify user with @

    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    @robin-w, @carasse64:
    I tried it on a test site just now. I didn’t do any extensive testing, but does appear to work!
    Pretty cool.
    -Mike

    In reply to: identify user with @

    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    I’ll be interested to hear what happens too!

    In reply to: identify user with @

    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    @carasse64, I use bbPress with BuddyPress too and I have never seen @name “completion” on my site. I don’t think it’s actually a feature of BuddyPress (or the bbPress/Buddypress combination), although I’ve seen it on some other types of forums. So I would not expect to see that list. Of course I could be wrong.

    (Sorry to continue the BP discussion here 🙂

    In reply to: Email change

    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    @deepblue5, is this a BuddyPress profile?

    In reply to: User Profile 404 Error

    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    Hi @lcmweb,

    I’m running memberpress / buddypress / bbpress. My member profiles are handled by buddypress. Is that your situation?

    It sounds like (maybe) your memberpress rules are not giving members access to the profiles. I’m no expert on this, but if you can provide some more details, I’ll be happy to share any ideas I can come up with.

    Mike


    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    @viridw,

    I may misunderstand what you’re asking. But assuming you’re enabling the WP visual editor by doing something like this:

    function bbp_enable_visual_editor( $args = array() ) {
        $args['tinymce'] = true;
        return $args;
    }
    add_filter('bbp_after_get_the_content_parse_args', 'bbp_enable_visual_editor');

    I used to do that, but new WP releases seemed to break it in various ways. And there were other problems primarily with mobile devices. I decided it wasn’t worth the trouble and got rid of it.

    Just sharing my experience. Your milage may vary 🙂

    In reply to: Change nickname

    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    @robin-w, I think bbPress does just what you’re saying. But (if I understand things correctly) BuddyPress will change the WP “display name” (and/or “nickname” ???) when you update your name in the BP profile — If “synching” is on. I use BP, but I actually have synching OFF, so I’m not all that familiar with the details.

    BTW, the same goes for email. You can change that in the BP profile too, and (if allowed) it updates it in WordPress.

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    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    > I am using BuddyPress and tried your suggestion but it didn’t change anything


    @keystonehdc
    ,

    Did you do a buddypress profile name update after checking profile syncing?
    Checking that won’t affect changes that have already been done.

    If you don’t need to change it through the buddypress profile, the there’s that plugin Robin suggested, or you could change in the WordPress user fields.

    If buddypress is essential to what you’re doing, there is also a buddypress forum:

    https://buddypress.org/support/

    And also these guys, who seem so provide more answers than the official forum (they have a “paid” category but they answer question even if you don’t pay):

    https://buddydev.com/support/forums/

    In reply to: Change nickname

    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    Is this a BuddyPress profile that you’re talking about? If so, do you have the Buddypress option “Enable BuddyPress to WordPress profile syncing” checked?

    If you’re using buddypress, checking that will sync the WP profile changes with buddypress. Be aware that this may have other consequences than just changing the display name, and I’m not sure what all of them are 🙂

    Mike


    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    @ritishsharma,

    If you’ve got a Captcha plug in, I don’t think wordfence will help any further with spam sign-ups (although it would certainly help with other types of hacking attempts, if you don’t already have any kind of firewall).

    Wordfence Security – Firewall & Malware Scan

    They also have some pretty cool security tutorials, if you poke around on the wordpress.com site.


    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    I’m not certain, but I think that something like Wordfence might help with this. I’m running it on three different sites. None of them use bbPress registration, but two of them have MemberPress registrations, which are vulnerable to the same problem. Wordfence doesn’t exactly address this problem directly, but they do apparently keep a huge list of compromised and other suspicious sites, which get blocked.

    Again, I don’t have any direct experience with bbPress registrations, but this has really helped me with various kinds of spam logins, comments, and other problems.

    Just a possibility.


    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    @robin-w,

    … and anyone who happens to look at this and is running MemberPress.

    Yes, there is more to do with MP. MP Members may or may not have actual “Subscriptions.” They can also just have memberships without what MP calls subscriptions. These membership can go “inactive.” But, unfortunately, that can happen *temporarily* if their credit card needs to be updated.

    None-the-less, your code examples are quite valuable!

    In the unlikely event that anyone else here is running MP and is interested in this, please chime in here (or otherwise contact me). I would love to compare notes on this and related things.

    -Mike


    Mike Witt
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    @mike80222

    @gillian0606,

    There’s a similar conversation going on here that you might be interested in:

    Expired member still getting subscription notifications

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