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  • I think that @mercime tried to explain this on another post but I have had no luck finding it.

    Ahh bummer, i’m stumped. Try @ one of the experts here, that way they’ll most probably reply to you as soon as possible.

    Are you using the original buddypress theme, or a child theme?

    Oh, how much searching I’ve done for something like that! Unfortunately I have found absolutely nothing. Right now i’m just hiring someone to make me one.

    You will find that inbetween “

    Only down side is that not even you can see the sitewide activity. There is probably some other way to do it. But it works for me

    Hmm, I highly suggest you make a backup of the file I want you to alter. I’m not sure if your using wordpress or not but in any case what I did was..enter buddypress–>buddypress themes–>bp default—>activity–>index.php. (so yea make a back up of your index.php file) Then edit the index.php file by deleting the following <li class="selected" id="activity-all"><a href=&quot;" title=""><?php printf( __( 'All Members <span>%s</span>', 'buddypress' ), bp_get_total_site_member_count() ); ?></a></li>

    Same as mrguythornton, I still don’t know how @ktrusak resolved the issue.

    Try and see if any themes interest you. Or else post what you want your website design to look like on

    As for search bar…a website said
    From what I could find you can’t actually remove that search box. You can however, hide it with a bit of CSS.
    Add this to your functions.php or a custom plugin;
    `function hide_admin_bar_search () {
    echo ‘
    #adminbarsearch {
    display: none;
    add_action(‘admin_head’, ‘hide_admin_bar_search’);
    add_action(‘wp_head’, ‘hide_admin_bar_search’);`

    Yes, it finally works. Thank you so much for that! I do have more questions, but i’ll leave that for another day. Feel guilty constantly asking. But yea good advice, thanks again.

    It’s frustrating because that’s almost it. I leave the Header navigation as blank because my buddypress/wordpress pages automatically fill in that menu. So when I am logged in all the pages I want to see are there. I only made my homepage and about page available to the nonmembers, and that works fine too. However, when a user is logged off, they can still see all the pages available to a logged in user aswell as the pages which are available to them. So instead of having one smooth menu for the non member, theres the members menu and below it a non members menu. Note this is only for logged out members everything is fine as far as signed in users are concerned.

    OK alternative menu etc is all set up on menus page. I am using the Elbee Elgee child theme at the moment. Do I still have to do the first step of implementing that code in the headers menu (<?php
    $current_user = wp_get_current_user();……

    Which should result in a nonmember/non logged not being able to see my activities page.

    for example wp_nav_menu( array( ‘container’ => false, ‘100’ => ‘nav’, ‘theme_location’ => ‘primary’, ‘fallback_cb’ => ” ) );
    } else {

    Just buddypress original for now. So in the ‘menu_ID’ do I just replace that with a ‘(then my page ID’ then im guessing a comma, then ‘(page Id)’ right?

    I am guessing that I need to make a change in the wordpress-includes pluggable.php

    I prefer the first option of serving different menus whether the user is logged in or not. Should I put that code into the themes header or funtion.php? Do I need to add to the given code it to specify which pages I want to hide from logged out users. Using latest version of wordpress and buddypress

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