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    cdb3212
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    @cdb3212

    @shanebp : public_html/wp-content/themes/twentyfourteen-child/single

    and then the member-header.php is included in the “single” folder.

    Here are the contents

    @barney92 , @shanebp is just trying to help, man. He didn’t call you out in particular. Can’t we all be friends?

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    cdb3212
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    @barney92

    I added that code to my bp-custom file, no results. Which file do I add that code to?

    I appreciate your help.

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    @espellcaste

    Thank you for your help. I tried following that guide, but with no success. The changes I am making in my member-header file in my child theme are not being reflected on my site. I even went as far as deleting everything in the file and typing “abc” just to see what happens. Nothing changed.

    I was careful in copying the directory over in my child theme, but it just doesn’t seem to be overriding the default file.

    I needed to copy the bp-legacy directory, not the bp-default directory, correct?

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    @cdb3212

    I tried doing all of that and none of it worked.

    A super simple solution to removing the button is to use CSS:

    #post-mention {display:none;}

    Of course, use in a child theme.

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