Media tab not working with my theme

My site is
I am using BuddyPress 1.9.1
Rtmedia 2.5.3
The problem is that after I updated rtmedia, media tab is not working anymore. I have trie changing the perms links and still not working.
Do you have any ideas solving this?

I have the same problem. It works in 2014 but not my theme.

Please update the rtMedia.
You are using very old version of rtMedia. And BuddyPress is latest version. Since BuddyPress changed many things in its past releases and so we covered those with our latest rtMedia.

You may also need to tweak with current theme templates, for that please refer rtMedia templates

I bought rtMedia Pro because I liked the media tab for members AND needed the Global Albums option. However when I click the media tab in members (or in the BuddyPress menu) there are no media/albums displayed

Check out here

Hello carry2web, seth, stergios,

Yours is a theme issue. There is a patch for the same over here :

I will recommend trying patch as it solved issues with many themes till date.

Let me know if your issue gets resolved after applying the patch or not.

Hi, thanks for this fix. I have added this fix to functions.php in child theme (Gallery theme from WPMU, but same issue in rtPanel from rtCamp (?)) and media tab works again.

Hello @carry2web,

I am glad your issue is resolved. rtPanel is not having this issue. Updated rtPanel is submitted to WordPress repository and will be reflected as soon as it is approved.

Hi guys, this same fix is not working for our website media page here: I've added the code in our child theme/functions.php and looks like index.php is still being used. We are using Woo Themes Canvas theme. Is there something we might be missing?

Thanks for your help, Sonal

Code added to functions.php: function rtmedia_main_template_include($template, $new_rt_template) { return get_page_template(); } add_filter('rtmedia_main_template_include', 'rtmedia_main_template_include', 20, 2);

@sonal, try this code snippet

function rtmedia_main_template_include($template, $new_rt_template) { global $wp_query; $wp_query->is_singular = true; return get_page_template(); } add_filter('rtmedia_main_template_include', 'rtmedia_main_template_include', 20, 2);

@riteshpatelrtcamp it totally worked, thanks! Thank you for the prompt reply, too. You guys rock.

I know that this is already closed as solved but I am having the same issue with Canvas. Where would I place this code in the function.php file in order for it to work? I have spent the better part of today toying with why my media function is crashing and when I saw this post I knew it most related to what I am trying to do. I am in the beginning styling stages playing with plugins for the first time with buddypress.

If you can let me know where to place this code it would be a lifesaver!

You need to use rtMedia templates in your current theme folder. Then do the changes in those files as per the requirement.