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[Resolved] How do I show member actions like log-in, change password?

  • Avatar of Jay Collier
    Jay Collier
    Participant

    @jcollier

    In 1.7, how do I now present the member actions that used to be in the Buddybar: log-in, edit profile, change password, etc.? I do not see a widget, and the Buddybar is gone by default

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  • Avatar of Jay Collier
    Jay Collier
    Participant

    @jcollier

    WP 3.5.1, BP 1.7.

    Avatar of @mercime
    @mercime
    Keymaster

    @mercime

    @jcollier not quite sure what you mean. There’s the login link in the Admin toolbar which goes to wp-login.php. Then when user is logged in, BP user links are available in My Account dropdown from Admin toolbar. Are you using a custom theme?

    Avatar of Jay Collier
    Jay Collier
    Participant

    @jcollier

    I’m aware that, in the past, there used to be two admin bars: the WPAdmin bar shown to logged-in users and the Buddybar shown to all users, including a log-in/register link for new users.

    I believe I understood that the BuddyBar was being deprecated. Does that mean non-logged in users will see BuddyPress options on the main WP-Admin bar? (I am developing with a private site, so cannot see the options.)

    I’m looking for documentation that might help us understand the change.

    I am using Responsive theme, but have looked in source code and no longer see both bars.

    Avatar of @mercime
    @mercime
    Keymaster

    @mercime

    I believe I understood that the BuddyBar was being deprecated.

    @jcollier BuddyBar had already been deprecated since BuddyPress 1.6. For reference see related tickets, specifically #3661 and #3596 You can also check out bp-members-adminbar.php with bp-members-buddybar.php in current BP 1.7 version //edit – Visitors who are not logged in shouldn’t be able to see member’s my account options.

    Buddybar shown to all users, including a log-in/register link for new users

    If you want BuddyBar back, you can create a bp-custom.php file, add following code, and upload to wp-content/plugins/ folder in server

    `<?php
    // Bring BuddyBar back
    add_filter( ‘bp_use_wp_admin_bar’, ‘__return_false’ );
    ?>`

    Avatar of Jay Collier
    Jay Collier
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    @jcollier

    Thank you!

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