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@mercime I probably am, I will check and see when I get home and see if that fixes it. If I am, should I not be running 5.4? Is it too new?
Does anyone know how I can at least call the template tags for this so I can do it myself?
I didn’t even find a register.php file in my install. Where is it at? and what version are you using?
I use w3c, so would I have to turn that off first or just purge the page cache after making the transition?
turns out I had a members folder in the root somehow, haha!
after some carefull messing around and a lot of toying with turning on and off plugins I found that it is infact my usernoise pro plugin that seems to be messing something up. I turn off the pro version and everything works hunky dory, so I’m on their forums now
now it is doing the same thing, after I fixed it a few days ago
okay I seemed to have fixed it, I just had to deactivate all the plugins and remove anything in the data base that was related to bp
okay so it seems that the tool bar does not show up on any buddypress related pages?
will that work also for say the buddypress links plugin or even like cubepoints?
that’s what I was wondering if it was possible to do
okay well all member pages on my site have a three column layout, I can show you a picture if you need some more visual, but it’s something like how the cosmic buddy theme has their member pages set up.
I’ll use achievements for instance, the achievements page is set up like the default buddypress theme is, well since I made changes to the overall html structure of those pages to allow for the use of a three column layout, those changes would have to be made to the achievements index page as well.
Obviously that would be bad if I forgot that I made changes and then the plugin gets updated, well not all those changes go down the toilet and I have to go back to my editor and make those changes again.
I’ts not the same with the child theme structure that buddypress has obviously, when an update is made to buddypress there’s no worry about it messing up since they child themes that I made changes to are stored in my theme folder.
So therein lies my problem, I have no problem doing it for now but down the road one of these plugins is going to get updated and I’ll have to copy my code and update and then paste back over.
Let me know if that helps the mental picture a bit, I’m not too great at explaining things over just simple text haha!
just using the default, tried adding important and still no, I will try a more specific tree, but I’m only trying to add it to the .page element that is already there in buddypress