WC4BP Basic Integration Version 1.1 Available

WooCommerce for BuddyPress Integration

A new version 1.1 of WooCommerce for BuddyPress is available now. All issues fixed.

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* If you purchased already *
Simply login here and use the download link for “WooCommerce for BuddyPress” in the sidebar as usual. The newest update will be downloaded automatically.


We have renamed WooCommerce for BuddyPress and will call it WC4BP-Basic-Integration from now on.

We decided to make many small extensions instead of one big plugin and split logical parts into pieces. This is much better for many reasons and gives the customer the possibility to install only the functionalities he need.

Thats why we renamed “WooCommerce for BuddyPress” to “WC4BP-Basic-Integration”.

In the nearest time new extensions will come:


Yes you are reading right. We are building a marketplace plugin right now. Actually for our own purpose. :)
But we are thinking to make it available for the public soon.

Whats new in the new 1.1 version?

  • Added BuddyPress 1.7.x theme compatibility. The plugin works now with every theme and not only BuddyPress themes.
  • Added error handling and notification of plugin dependancies.
  • Fixed bugs reported by users see github thanks @Marco for the greate testing


Some Extra Info

With WC4BP and BuddyForms we are building two new plugins with a lot of power.

WC4BP is all about the integration between WooCommerce and BuddyPress.
With BuddyForms you can create forms for your site members to create and edit new products or any content.

BuddyForms is a Form Builder Plugin to give you Frontend Posting and Editing.

Read the Blogpost here:

A new beta of BuddyForms will be ready for testing in the next days.

Together these plugins can create a complete marketplace but also many other possibilities. ;)


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  1. espellcaste says:

    @svenl77 I have a question, there are some functionalities that I don’t want to show in the profile page. I only want to integrate the Woocommerce user table with the Buddypress’s (that by the way, is in a Multisite instalation).

    In other words, one single data base to Buddypres and Woocommerce.

    • themekraft says:

      Hi @espellcaste,

      you can always disable profile nav items from within your functions.php

      function my_bp_remove_nav_items() {

      // to remove a main nav item

      // to remove the sub nav
      bp_core_remove_subnav_item( ‘main’, ‘sub’ );

      add_action( ‘bp_setup_nav’, ‘my_bp_remove_nav_items’, 100 );

      but if you remove the navigation, please keep in mind that the user need to have the possibility to update their informations.
      Do not remove the sub-nav shop from settings to prevent this.

      Hope I could help you,