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Change XProfiles look

  • Avatar of Hotstaffevents
    Hotstaffevents
    Member

    @hotstaffevents

    Hi everyone

    I`ve got just one short question:
    Is there any chance to change the look of the profile site. I`m using the bp-default theme and need to do two things:

    1. Displaying the data in list (uncounted List), for example:
    Hobbys:
    - Football
    - Party
    - …

    2. Is there a chance to display the profile data for a couple:
    Her Him
    Age: 40 45
    Hobbys: Football, Party Sports
    …. …. ….

    Thanks a lot for your help

    Greetings

    Vanima

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  • This codex might help you. http://codex.buddypress.org/theme-development/building-a-buddypress-child-theme/

    Members profile templates is located in /members/single in the bp-default theme. also, css will help you list them :)

    Avatar of Hotstaffevents
    Hotstaffevents
    Member

    @hotstaffevents

    Hi Emily-G

    Thanks a lot! Do you know if its located in the default.css?
    I couldn`t find the information for the profiles

    Thanks a lot

    Avatar of Hotstaffevents
    Hotstaffevents
    Member

    @hotstaffevents

    Has anyone a clue where I can find the css information about the profile fields…it seems I`m blind

    Avatar of @mercime
    @mercime
    Keymaster

    @mercime

    When you build a bp-default child theme, you’ll need to add a style.css file. That’s where you can add the changes. To identify what element you need to change, install Firebug add-on for Firefox and right-click on the element or use Chrome and right-click to inspect element.

    Avatar of Hotstaffevents
    Hotstaffevents
    Member

    @hotstaffevents

    Hi @mercime

    Thanks a lot!
    I wasn`t sure if this is possible!

    Avatar of Hotstaffevents
    Hotstaffevents
    Member

    @hotstaffevents

    Me again.. :(
    Really having problems changing the css. I can`t find the right way to handle this problem.
    Tried nearly everything bit nothing seems to work.
    Can someone give me a hind for the css I have to use to solve the problem?

    So to ask but this time it really won`t work

    Thanks a lot

    Avatar of pbarthmaier
    Paul Barthmaier
    Participant

    @pbarthmaier

    Tell us what you did try? Using Firebug, you can grab the CSS elements and place them in your child theme, then change what you want. Of course, you may not always know that you have the right element, but you can tell if Buddypress is seeing it or not, through Firebug. How well do you know CSS? Have you looked at tutorials?

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