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And I got the error below when I clicked a member’s name to view the member’s profile:
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘<' in /misc/25/000/212/149/6/user/web/theifhl.com/wp-content/themes/FlexxProfessional/members/single/home.php on line 10
That file is here – http://pastebin.com/g7FpLdKd
Can someone please check this out and tell me if I’m doing it wrong?
Also should I do that for only h2 and h3? For example, the file forums/index.php also has h5…
can somebody please show me what the code would look like on my 3-column theme? the walkthroughs only show 2 column themes
i did read it and i tried to understand it but theres just too much and not enough time for me to figure it out
header.php – http://pastebin.com/jBdfBpMc
page.php – http://pastebin.com/rDpVpYEU
index.php – http://pastebin.com/Z8GwqFSR
sidebar.php – http://pastebin.com/T8zDPHaL
footer.php – http://pastebin.com/GHey6AP0
sidebar-left.php – http://pastebin.com/CPKzyux6
sidebar-right.php – http://pastebin.com/zv5ZS06W
flexlayout.php – http://pastebin.com/JyPBDKGD
feature-bottom.php – http://pastebin.com/F1cVX67J
feature-top.php – http://pastebin.com/XsbUtWGX
and here is the list of all file names in the wordpress theme editor in case i’m missing any – http://pastebin.com/vb6ZPpyS
The thing that I seem to get stuck on is the fact that my theme has 3 columns and the walkthrough only shows 1-2 columns. Obviously if I had experience with this type of coding then I wouldn’t get stuck on it but unfortunately that’s the root of the problem 🙁 any way you can show me an example of a 3 column code?
Yeah wpmudev.org helped me do it but they gave me a crappy method to do it without child theme so I just switched back to my old theme… no longer an issue with the header.
It’s still not working… Could it be a conflict between the BP Columns theme and the BuddyPress Default theme?
First, I tried the bp-custom.php method and that didn’t work. Then I deleted that bp-custom.php file and tried the following…
Added this code (without the opening and closing ) in my BP Columns theme’s functions.php file right under the opening < ?php
define( ‘BP_DTHEME_DISABLE_CUSTOM_HEADER’, true );
That didn’t work so I also added that above code in my BuddyPress Default theme’s functions.php file right under the opening < ?php and that didn't work either.
Any other ideas? Thanks to all for trying to help.
can anybody else help with this? directions above are not working…
It wont let me copy/paste the code but its what you guys said its supposed to be
It’s still there after I did that…
This is all that is in the file…
Website is http://www.theifhl.com the header image is still there… unless thats not a header image? That ugly blue background…
Thanks for your response. Unfortunately, I’m new to this kind of code but based on the info you provided above… I created the file /wp-content/plugins/bp-custom.php … Can you tell me exactly what should be in this currently blank file in order to remove that header image?