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So my question – if I uninstall and reinstall buddypress, will everyone’s profiles/friends/information/posts be lost?
Link to site: http://www.tenthavenuenation.com/community/
Yeah, sorry – I was hacked on ALL of my sites. I’m currently working with a web smart friend to figure out where the hacked code is located. I’ll let you know when it’s clean again
@mercime thank you so much! Unfortunately… it’s still not working. The current code:
Okay, thanks. I am not using the buddypress theme – so would this still apply to that? Here’s the code in there now:
I added the “width:’30px’” insideand it’s probably wrong because nothing happened. What would be the correct way to limit the width?
<?php bp_loggedin_user_link(); ?
Here’s how you could insert it as a link in a PHP template:
@mercime – Erm. Newbie question here. This is under plugins >> buddypress, right? Cause I don’t see a members/single/activity/permalink.php.
Also, is your name based off of the band Mercy Me?
Haha, gotcha. I’ve gone through, like, 6 plugin supports to find this….
Why is the code only refreshing the page it’s on?
Okay, that works, and when I place it correctly in the page template I get a link to “profile” text. The problem being that it doesn’t do anything – it only refreshes the page.
so if i need to use a template file, where would i put it and how would i get it so that i can link to it on a page? using the code you put above in an “allow php” setting gives me a 404 error on the page.
So I installed a PHP in posts/pages plugin, and by using [ php ] and [ /php ] it will turn it on and off. The correct code would be:
[ php ]
[ /php ]
but that doesn’t work. is there a different sort of link needed for PHP?
I’m not looking to modify the THEME, just create simple links on a page. If I use an HTML image link and insert the link as the buddypress code stated above, that does nothing.
What code would I insert in place of the link URL for creating a simple link?