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    From searching the help forums, I realize Kriesi Support does not support integrating the Buddypress plugin with their themes. I thought however, clients like myself could use this thread to sort out what needs to be done in order to implement Buddypress.

    The first issue is adapting div id and class tags in the files added by the buddypress template pack plugin to match the div id and class tags found in the Kresi themes which provide the layout of the page. I have done this before with other themes, but have not sorted out how to do this with the Avisio theme. The id structure is more complex than I am used to. Hopefully someone else has sorted this out who is willing to share.

    If not, here is where I am at:

    the following div id tags are found in the files listed in the template pack,


    <div id="container">
    <div id="content">

    <div id="sidebar">


    It needs to be changed on each listed buddypress page to resemble the div id tags in the theme you are working with.

    Has anyone sorted this out yet? If i manage to sort this out I will post a solution. I can only hope someone comes along with a bit more skill or is familiar with the Avisio theme structure

    Hopefully, the mods will let us use this space to sort this out for ourselves.

    ~ Jay


    I even make it sticky for a few days so that your post gets more attention :D


    Dude, thank you for making this a sticky.

    anyone else:

    so far these are the div tags I am working with.

    <div class="wrapper" id='wrapper_main'>
    <div class="center">
    <div id="main">
    <div class='content'>
    <div class="entry">

    the closing tag placement is just as important, if the sidebar placement is ever going to be correct.



    Just sorted out the page structure. Still some other issues will post solutions when I am finished.


    Here is the solution to provide layout for Buddypress template pack files:

    When you activate the Buddypress Template pack the setup will promt you to edit the div ID tags in a list of files.

    Here is what you need to change on each file:

    At the top of each file replace:

    <div id="container">
    <div id="content">

    <div class="wrapper" id='wrapper_main'>
    <div class="center">
    <div id="main">
    <div class='content'>
    <div class="entry">

    and at the bottom of each file beneath <?php locate_template( array( 'sidebar.php' ), true ) ?>

    </div> <!--end main-->

    At least on the Avisio theme that will give you basic layout and style. The buddypress menus will need some work, but at least you will have what looks like a proper page.


    Awesome work. This will help many Avisio, CleanCut and Habitat users. Thank you.


    After recent Buddypress Upgrade and WP 3.0.4 upgrade the formatting is fatal errored. Any modifications known to fix this?

    Site address: using Avisio



    It seems that buddypress causes a plugin conflict. It’s not Avisio related so I don’t know where the problem is. Try to deactivate the plugins one by one to find the conflict.


    Not sure what to do, I have deactivated everything and this error remains:

    Warning: call_user_func_array() []: First argument is expected to be a valid callback, ‘ray_remove_mention_nav’ was given in /home/webchur1/public_html/corinthiansailing/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 395


    This all started after upgrading WP to 3.0.4

    It now says that this is a development version of WP. How is that?

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