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Sorted, thank you. I have another plugin (bbpress), do I need to activate that too or does activating No-spam with that one API do the other plugin automatically?
Sorry, I missed this. Been ill! Thanks for this, Vinny.November 20, 2019 at 4:30 am in reply to: Will all forum users get all forum updates in the digest? #19720
I have selected all roles, but individually, so the role recipient field contains seven roles.
Thanks for getting back to me, Vinny. Could I trouble you to place that all in one block of code?
Thanks for that, Vinny. Will that stop all digest settings too (daily, weekly etc)?
That’s going to take a while to set up and I’m not sure how I can go about that easily tbh, but in the meantime I can set you up with admin access to it live site. The users know we’re beta testing the bbpress side of things. Would that help?
Another thing we’ve noticed since reactivating the plugin: the user profile in WP admin used to contain the digest settings which admin could switch on and off. Now that I’ve reactivated the plugin the digest settings are appearing in the EXTENDED tab of the user profile.
Where should these settings sit? The main user profile page or the extended user profile page? And why would it jump between the two upon reactivation?
By staging server do you mean running a mirror website on my own machine running Wamp?
For the record I deactivated the BuddyPress bridge plugin, reactivated it and put in the API key, and it is now working.
Any idea why this would solve the problem?
I’ve checked the theme by switching to 2019 and the problem persists. I’m not sure how any plugin could cause the problem as none have been activated or updated recently. Also the admin is able to save the changes still, so this must be a role-based issue.
Could you tell me what the user capability is for changing profile settings within BuddyPress is?
- This reply was modified 9 months, 1 week ago by Jamie Furlong.
Right, so it doesn’t matter what I select in the back end (checked or unchecked), a user can over-ride this by making their own selection in the front end, correct? And that’s the problem, even if they make this selection, they are still not getting immediate updates.
Email sent.October 23, 2019 at 4:01 am in reply to: bbpress topic/reply emails don't contain links and include ID #17916
OK, all sorted now, thank you.October 22, 2019 at 9:14 pm in reply to: bbpress topic/reply emails don't contain links and include ID #17903
Hi Vinny – I received your email but I am not seeing your response in the forum re the wrapping of the < a > tag. Logging in via the phone was sending me to a 22.214.171.124.1 IP address but it’s working on the PC.
Anyway, let me try the wrapping of a href. I am assuming I just do
<a href="[reply-url]">link here</a>October 21, 2019 at 1:37 pm in reply to: bbpress topic/reply emails don't contain links and include ID #17829
Ahoy [recipient-first_name]! A new topic has been posted by [topic-author] over at FTBMates. <strong>[topic-title]</strong> "[topic-content]" You may reply here: [topic-replyurl]
Should I be wrapping the links in a href?
OK, gotcha. Sorted now, thanks.