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Thanks for suffering my stupidity, @ubernaut. It works now.
@chouf1, you, sir, are a prince. A thousand thank yous. It works perfectly now.
Thanks for the response, suggestion, and snippet. I agree that it’s fussy. I’ll reflect.
Can your code be modified for private messaging? I’m trying to make the private message button on profiles visible when someone is logged out, but redirected to log in/register when a logged out/unregistered user attempts to contact someone. Can anyone point me in a general direction?
Actually, whoever is logged in is the default age, and when logged out, everyone is age 0 in the member directory. When logged out each user’s profile page shows their proper age.
Like I said, I think I just placed either the first part of the code or this “usage” snippet in the wrong place, but I think some kind of “loggedout” verbiage is still needed. One of you wizards please help me.
I know this is an extremely old thread but as Buddypress is linking to it for tips and tricks, I figured this is still relevant.
@sbrajesh, I used your snippet for adding age into my users’ profiles and it worked to the extent that I somehow made the admin, me, the default age. It looks great, but all my hypothetical users are 33! This seems like a placement issue but I can’t figure it out.
I’m using the latest WP and BP Default with a child theme, and I placed the first part of sbrajesh’s code in my bp-custom.php and the second part in the members-header.php to start with.
Anyone’s help would be awesome.
Weeeeell, it looks like the child theme wasn’t activated. I’m sorry to have wasted your time. I was certain that I hit activate but obviously not. I’ll try out the child functions now. Thanks again.
It’s the theme that I’m using, but when you posed the question, I tried altering stuff through the stylesheet and nothing happened.
Could the problem be the URI? It’s the only thing I wasn’t sure about when creating the child theme. Like I said, I’m learning as I go.
Theme URI: http://nativelounge.org/themes/child/
Author URI: http://nativelounge.org/
Thanks for responding, Hugo. I changed the parent functions.php because nothing was changing in the child one. When Buddypress is updated, I understand that any changes will be lost. Sorry if that wasn’t clear. My problem is that the child theme functions is not being read at all and I don’t know what I’m doing wrong.