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Is it possible to hide the profile navigation links from non-friends?
Essentially, I would like to only display a member’s profile header to non-connected users. Once users are connected, the navigation bar (and its resulting linked pages) would be available to view.
Thanks for any assistance here!
I checked to see if these pages are hidden behind the membership, and they are not.
People can just type up mywebsite.com/members and they can see all my members. Not at all what I am trying to do.
Where can I hide the MEMBERS page, the GROUPS page, the ACTIVITY page, and all the other (except for the REGISTER) pages, behind the membership options?
Every one of these pages have the REQUIRE MEMBERSHIP enabled to view (and all my membership levels are checked), yet they are visible to the general public.
And this is a VERY BIG PROBLEM.
Topic: Activity stream issue.
I am using BuddyPress and made activiy stream is shown on front page. And it even shows the locked (paid) pages. People even can download files which are protected by s2members plugin. How can I hide the locked pages on activity stream?
My site runs on WordPress latest version + buddypress + bbpress.
I am trying to set up forums for main site -support purpose and group forums. The issue is,how can I separate them? I want to display them individually on separate pages.
Also,I dnt knw what happen to permalink structure. All forums are listed here= http://bloggerindustry.com/forums/ But I wanted to display only suport forum and hide group forum on this link.
Then take a look here,
When I click an topic on the link mentioned above the link structure shows up is
I dnt know how to remove that /forum/ in between.
Please help me to set up Support forum and Group forum separately.
We created a “dummy” account that is the creator of all of the pages, but that account shows up on the All Members page with a profile. Is there a way to disable or remove this account from the All Members page, but still have it so that we can create pages with it?
In short: “The basic reason why this isn;t working is because BuddyPress seems to run only on publicly accessible pages and with the proper urls. Since Draft posts have ?page_id=123 like urls, BuddyPress does not set the global variables. Similarly, when Courses are marked private, BuddyPress again does not initialize the global variables.”
What can be done to resolve this?
Here is the discussion:
PS: Thank you for BuddyPress (and v2)!
Topic: Hide favourites
Okay I have spent couple of hours trying to find the file to delete or hide favourites & My favourites from the profile and activity pages.
Any help would be so appreciated
I need to hide the members page (being called Browse experts on my site) from public view. I have accomplished this on all of the other pages using a membership plugin however it is not working on this page as I have to put “private” tags around the content on the edit page in WP. As this page is auto generating by BuddyPress there is no content on the page . There for i have been told by the support team of the membership plugin that…..
If there’s no content, it means the page won’t read the the_content() function
Is there another way to hide just this page from public?
It’s this page here http://findaukexpert.com/browse-expert-listings-2/
I’m a complete novice at Buddypress and I have spent a long time on these forums and the codex pages trying to figure out if this is possible…
(excuse me if this has been repeated elsewhere – please point me in the right direction if it has)
I’m trying to create a buddypress network for 2 different types of users (volunteers and hosts), each with their own different xprofile fields. I would only like the volunteers to view and contact the hosts and the hosts to view and contact the volunteers.
I understand there is a great plugin to help part way with this ( buddypress user account type pro).
This plugin can display different user types (in a filtered member’s directory) in a menu but It cannot hide the volunteer’s member’s directory from a logged-in volunteer and vice versa for the host.
Does anyone have any other ideas or plugins that may be able to help? Is it possible to set up two different buddypress networks on two different installations / multi-network but be able to view each other’s profiles and message each other once logged in?
I have very limited knowledge of php. So if it’s a case of changing something here, please can someone point me in the right direction.
Thank you for your help.
I have almost everything ready, but now I am stuck at the most important part.
The /members and /members/user and /group and /group/name-group must be hiding for the guests.
I have it done for the other pages with:
– Wishlist plugin
– Member Access
If I set it like all the other pages it still will show the member list content.
Is there something that I can block it for the guests?
i’m using Buddypress as an alumni where the username is the person’s ID number. The problem is that i don’t want ANYONE but the administrator to see someone’s ID (username).
Is there a way to hide this information from members? The username is showing on the profile pages (i managed to remove it from the display, but it stays at the permalink).
I thought about adding a field to the users form called “id number” but the problem is that i want to register everyone upfront with their ID’s so they don’t have to register, just login with their ID and password, which means the username would have to be the id number…
Any suggestions would be much appreciated!