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I’m sorry- you’ve confused me a good deal with that last post. Anyway you can explain in more “lamens terms”?
Thanks for the advice. I’ve tried it out and I’ve hit a few road blocks.
page.php has nothing in it other than:
So I’ve gone into index.php to get the structure and I have this (as the page says I should):
However there is no div id footer tags. After all `
` for the content and container comes these tags:
That structure is the same throughout the 13 files the webpage tells me to edit. I am edit the top tags so they look like:
But because I can take the sidebar part out it does nothing for the page.
Any more suggestions?
Thought I’d update this quickly.
I’ve given up on trying to get the BP admin bar to work in tandem with PlatformPro navigation. Instead I’ve installed a Plugin (http://buddypress.org/community/groups/buddypress-sliding-login-panel) which creates a rather nice login/profile panel.
My next job is to get all the profile/message screens working properly. The colors clash and dont work, does anybody know where I would look to edit these things?
I’ve rechecked header.php and still can’t see anything in there relevant to the nav. I’ve check functions.php and the only line of code in that page is:
require_one(TEMPLATEPATH . “/includes/core.init.php”);
I assumed that means that functions.php is then calling for that file, I went and opened up that file and that then had a bunch of links to a load of other pages, with nothing that looks like a reference to the navigation.
Thanks for the suggestion there. I’ve had a look through the header.php and cant find div id=”nav_row” or any calls to the wp_nav_menus in that file. Any more suggestions on where I should put that code?
I’d happily use the custom menu option, however the majority of the links for the profile/activity etc are custom made links for each account ie: