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Thanks for the feedback @mercime
You’re correct with your identification of the BP-Template plugin. I’ve got rid of the plugin now, though had to copy the CSS to my theme file. The CSS was really all I was using after setting up the pages, so it was good housekeeping to get rid of it.
500 error? Server side problems? Hum .. yeah … It seems to too often be loading very slowly for some reason. I access via mobile broadband so not always sure if it’s the site or my connection, so it’s good to get independent feedback. The cookie thing is an EU requirement. I could opt for a less obtrusive notice that the site uses them … probably should actually … but the problem with we Brits is that of all the EU members we’re the ones that actually implement their legislation properly!
Moving the CSS prompted me to play with sizing again. I got it a bit smaller … a couple of pix top and bottom … not totally what I wanted but small enough for me to make the other buttons the same size to make it look ‘right’. So problem not exactly solved but a compromise reached.
LOL … in a few days I’ll work out how to get the tabs the size I wanted, but by then will be used to the size they are so will want to keep them that way!!
Thanks again for the feedback.
Thanks for the info, but I’m not talking about my own sites’ favicons etc. nor admin area display etc. I’m talking about the icons everyone should see in their browser window / tab / favourites bar for THIS site … i.e. when looking at buddypress.org pages.
Just thought I’d add another suggestion – there’s a plugin called Member Access (http://www.chrisabernethy.com/wordpress-plugins/member-access/) which controls access to pages based on whether a visitor is logged in or not. I’m using it successfully on a BuddyPress site. I think you’d have to disable access to the “Member Directory” page as well for it to work ‘out of the box’, but with some php tweaking you may be able to have the directory page show but restrict access to more detailed profile information.