Using userbar in WordPress?
I’m trying to use a horizontal userbar from BP on a WordPress theme. I’m using the P2-theme (ajaxified twittering) as the “front page” and BP for other social activities.. Instead of using some navigation (forum, blog, etc) I’m only using the userbar from the BP-theme bpmember.
When using the code from userbar.php
<?php bp_get_nav() ?>
in the header.php in the wordpress theme I’m not seeing the proper userbar (and the optionsbar isn’t showing at all).
Am I on the right track? Is it possible to call on bp_get_nav within WordPress?
I’ve called on the functions.php from bpmember-theme and also templatetags.php:
include_once (TEMPLATEPATH . "/root/wp-content/plugins/buddypress/bpcore/bp-core-templatetags.php");
I’ve placed the /images/ at both places (at wp-theme from bp-theme).
What am I missing or is this simply not possible?
This is a vanilla install of the latest WPMU + BP. No strange custom bp functions.
Would really like some pointers!
If this is impossible can I somehow get a proper URL for a loged in user to different location? This is a work around. Proper url: root/members/***NAME***/profile. Is it possible to give some hardcoded link to that place? I could rewrite the navigationbar and use that instead.
//Tore (I’ve really searched the forums for info on this)
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