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Adding Dynamic Profile Link to Main Menu Item

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    mrwulf
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    @mrwulf

    I think what you’re really looking for is this plugin: BP Direct Menus. You can put a menu item or shortcode that links to any buddypress page. It even lets you customize the menu name with the user’s information.

    Full disclosure: I wrote the plugin after I couldn’t find a more elegant solution to this same problem.

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    Hugo
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    @hnla

    In BP 1.9 there are now built in BP account screen links that can be added to WP menus.

    Avatar of brucedongcai@gmail.com
    brucedongcai@gmail.com
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    @brucedongcaigmailcom

    Hello Hugo, I am using BuddyPress1.9 and I can not find “BP account screen link” in BP setting? could Hugo/anyone tell me where to find the link? I would like add dynamic profile Link to my main menu item. please help!!!

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    Ben Hansen
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    @ubernaut

    it’s in the menu screen there should be a buddypress section with the links.

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    escudero95
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    @escudero95

    Hi,

    I also have no buddypress items in the Menu area under appearance. I am running 3.9.1. Does this functionality still exist?

    My site is at mukkytalk.com and is using Aggregate theme from eleganthemes.

    Thank you.

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    allmyhoney
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    @allmyhoney

    I too am looking to create a link in the Appearance > Menu area of WordPress to a users profile and also messages area. I am using Buddypress 2.0.1 and do not see how this is done. My Menu area does not have a buddpress links option here or in the theme options?

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    bp-help
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    @bphelp

    @allmyhoney
    You need to navigate to your-site/wp-admin/nav-menus.php and in the upper right side you will see a tab with an inverted triangle labeled “Screen Options” click that tab and then check the box beside “BuddyPress” you should then have the BuddyPress links in your menu options. Keep in mind you need to be logged in. Good luck!

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    allmyhoney
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    @allmyhoney

    @bphelp – makes perfect sense and thank you for the prompt reply. That worked great and nice to know these dynamic links are being thought of ;)

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