This quick tip comes in quite handy for those who are having issues with setting up BuddyPress 1.6+ and the BBPress 2 Forums. The Commons in a Box plugin is meant to make setting up your BuddyPress powered social network a snap. The plugin contains some code written by BuddyPress core developers Boone and R-A-Y→
Making the right decisions when setting up your BuddyPress community can be a daunting task. This tricks gives you few pointers
A while back I thought about ways to make BuddyPress integrate with the regular posts and pages within WordPress better. I had no idea to properly display BuddyPress information in posts, sidebar or templates. So I came up with the idea to use WordPress Shortcodes to display BuddyPress related content anywhere. Download Bowe Codes (BuddyPress→
About two years ago I stumbled upon BuddyPress when I was looking for a open source social networking solution for a non-profit project. Until that time I was only familiar with paid scripts to set up a social network, and you’ll probably recognize the way I felt when being introduced to the community that powers→
The WordPress SEO plugin from Yoast is pretty much the only SEO solution you need for your WordPress site. It has become a default plugin in all my WordPress and BuddyPress projects. The only issue is that the plugin hooks into the common wp_title template tag to rewrite your site URLs to a custom title→
An extensive guide in setting up a CDN for your BuddyPress community using W3 Total Cache and MaxCDN. Host your member avatars, group avatars and more!
There are several ways to integrate Facebook with your BuddyPress community, and it can greatly help you gain members quickly, and get more content on your site. Listed below are five tricks that you should know about.