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For me, the problem only appears when I use Genesis Themes. I use the Magazine Pro theme. And I believe I have seen it on other Genesis themes.
And yes, I have posted the issue on their forums also. But I thought I’d post it here also in case other people had seen the issue and knew of a work around.
No one at studiopress has responded to my post so far.
Thanks @henrywright That’s very helpful. It’s good to know that IDs can be reused. I think it’s probably the right thing to do to delete the user’s content when their account is deleted.
OK that didn’t work. I didn’t realize the theme directory is legacy stuff.
Instead I copied this file:
and made the edits and it seems to work.
Thanks for the help. I never would have guessed it.
Thanks for the info. Just to make sure I understand exactly what I need to do,
I need to make a copy of this file:
And copy it to my theme directory
And then edit theme copy of the global.js file and change the height parms to to what I need.
Does that sound right?
Thank you thank you thank you! However, it only removes the stuff at the bottom of the page. What do I need to add to the buddypress.php file to remove the “By” underneath the page title?
Ok Duh. If you click your icon/id link in the meta widget it takes you right there. So there _is_ an easy way to do it. in fact it’s so obvious I didn’t even think about it! So I don’t need to make the admin bar show up all the time after all.
By the way, I LOVE THE RESPONSIVE THEME!
Many thanks for the information. I’ll look into commenting out that line.
But that leads me to a second question. I am guessing that the theme designers removed the admin bar for a reason. Possibly because if the width of the page gets too narrow, the bar can’t fit.
So I’m wondering if there is an alternate way to get to the users personal pages like /members/username/activity. The only way I can see to do w/o the Admin bar is for the user to find himslef/herself in the member directory.
But if there was a simple way for the user to get to their profile page w/o the admin bar, that would be cool with me. Any ideas if this is possible?
I am new to WordPress and BuddyPress. (The first version of WP I ever installed was 3.0.x!) and I am very very confused about how to give each BP user a “blog” of their own.
I’ve been digging through the instructions for multisite and it seems like way overkill for what I want to do.
http://www.nodepression.com is a good example of what I’d like to do. From an end user perspective, I can go to a page that is “my blog”. But as far as I can tell, it’s just an “all posts” page with a ?author=idnum parameter on the end of it. For example, my “blog” in nodepression.com is located at:
Just based on hacking around the site, it appears that they are using buddy press, and ucanpost and have disabled the admin bar. So the only way to post is through the ucanpost editor.
Does BuddyPress have a “user blog” type of capability or is the “blog” concept on the ND site just a set of highly customized templates?