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Customizing the admin bar

  • Avatar of devanijanssen
    devanijanssen
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    @devanijanssen

    I want to edit what I see and what my buddypress users see on the admin bar. I have found some plugins and instructions on changing code, but nothing that made it easy to remove and add things to the toolbar. Also, it would be great to edit the admin bar based on what their user level is. Any ideas?

    Thanks!!

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  • Avatar of voopress
    voopress
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    @voopress

    Have you figured this out yet? I’m looking for something similar.

    Avatar of @mercime
    @mercime
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    @mercime

    There are a number of plugins in the WP plugin repo which could change what shows up in the admin toolbar. For BP-specific nav links, check out http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/buddypress-custom-profile-menu/

    Avatar of voopress
    voopress
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    @voopress

    I am trying to use code snippets instead of plugins. I am also wanting the bar to remain up for all users, guests to admins.

    Avatar of @mercime
    @mercime
    Keymaster

    @mercime

    To keep the admin toolbar in place for everyone, all the time, go to Settings > BuddyPress > Settings page — Main Settings – Toolbar and leave the box unchecked. That’s it.

    If you prefer to use code snippets, no problem. There are tutorials out there which have snippets for different kinds of admin toolbar customizations. Or, you can check out the plugin code and use portions which would apply in your case.

    Avatar of latinoleader
    latinoleader
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    @latinoleader

    I’m confused…

    To keep the admin toolbar in place for everyone, all the time, go to Settings > BuddyPress > Settings page — Main Settings – Toolbar and leave the box unchecked.

    The Toolbar line under Main Settings reads “[checkbox] Show the Toolbar for logged out users”

    If I uncheck the box, would the toolbar not disappear for visitors that have not logged in???

    the setting applies only to logged out users including regular visitors that are not registered.

    meaning that admin bar will only show up for logged in users if you check the box if you do not the bar will show up for all visitors logged in or not.

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