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[Resolved] Edits to /activity/index.php not showing

  • Avatar of nathanwoulfe
    nathanwoulfe
    Member

    @nathanwoulfe

    Hi all

    Trying to modify the activity directory layout, with no luck. Any changes to /activity/index.php in my child theme are not rendered. Any ideas why?

    ta
    Nathan

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  • Avatar of @mercime
    @mercime
    Keymaster

    @mercime

    It should. Are you sure you uploaded the revised index.php file into same directory structure as in themes/yourWPBPtheme/activity/index.php in your server? Cleared cache? What changes did you make?

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    nathanwoulfe
    Member

    @nathanwoulfe

    Just double checked – index.php is in the same folder location in my child theme. Dumped the cache, no change. I’ve just added arbitary text inside both the content and padder divs, to check if the changes were rendering, which they are not.

    That said, there’s a h3 tag [h3][?php _e( 'Site Activity', 'buddypress' ); ?][/h3] that isn’t rendering either…

    Strange thing is I’ve been able to edit /activity/entry.php with no problems.

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    @mercime
    Keymaster

    @mercime

    == , to check if the changes were rendering, which they are not. ==
    @nathanwoulfe Sanity Check. When you say child theme, do you mean child theme of the bp-default theme? If not, if you have a child theme of a regular WP theme, have you installed the BP Template Pack plugin and have gone through Appearance > BP Compatibility process?
    WP/BP versions?

    == a h3 tag [h3][?php _e( 'Site Activity', 'buddypress' ); ?][/h3] that isn’t rendering either… ==
    - I’ll assume that you used brackets instead of the “ symbols so that they show up in forum post. Know that you don’t have to use brackets, just surround your code with backticks, symbol you see between parentheses `( ` )`
    - the Site Activity title doesn’t show up in Activity Directory page when user is logged in

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    nathanwoulfe
    Member

    @nathanwoulfe

    @mercime – found the solution. It was nothing more than ignorance on my part – needed to be editing /members/ not /activity/…

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