BuddyPress 2.1.1

A plugin that can help webmasters transform their regular WordPress installation into a fully-blown online community and social networking
BuddyPress is just great for building a company's Intranet, school student systems, online collaborators, sports teams or niche communities based on the power and flexibility of WordPress.

BuddyPress will let users register and start creating and sharing content with their friends.

Users can put up public profiles, create groups, join groups, post messages on their profile pages, post messages inside group pages, follow other users, etc..

BuddyPress comes with a comprehensive settings panel which lets webmasters choose what interactivity features to provide, and also comes with a set of useful sidebar widgets.

Additionally, the WordPress repository also comes with plenty of pure BuddyPress-dedicated plugins for easily enhancing default functionality.

Installation:

Unpack and upload it to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.

last updated on:
October 7th, 2014, 5:52 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Automattic Inc.
homepage:
buddypress.org
license type:
GPL
operating system(s):
Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
category:
C: \ Modules \ WordPress Plugins

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BuddyPress - BuddyPress includes a set of functions that transform WordPress into a social platformBuddyPress - BuddyPress also automatically adds special pages to your siteBuddyPress - Extra user group and profile settings can be turned on or off via the BuddyPress settings panelBuddyPress - A special groups page is added to the WordPress admin panelBuddyPress - All recent activity is logged in the WordPress backendBuddyPress - On the frontend, users can easily join public or private groupsBuddyPress - The Activity page shows all the userbase's recent activities and actionsBuddyPress - The Members page lists all site usersBuddyPress - Inside a group, users can post and share messages togetherBuddyPress - Users also have their own profile page where they can review their recent activityBuddyPress - Profile settings can be changed from their public pageBuddyPress - Specific BuddyPress sidebar widgets are available inside the WP backendBuddyPress - Users can request the friendship of other users, enabling an easier way to follow their activitiesBuddyPress - In the frontend, the sidebar widgets help show more BuddyPress related contentBuddyPress - Special BuddyPress notices can be shown inside the admin/user toolbar
What's New in This Release:
  • XProfile component: add missing error hook to the “URL” profile field type.
  • BP-legacy: make sure themes can override BuddyPress stylesheet.
  • BP-Default: make sure BuddyPress JS scripts are enqueued.
  • BP-Default: bring @-mention suggestions support.
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