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Quick note: the “add_communications_tabs()” is referring to additional code I deleted for clarity, as I also added a couple additional nav links dealing with communication logging between the organization and the specified member.
I too need this. In older versions (1.6) placing profile.php in your custom theme like this, “yourtheme/members/single/profile.php,” did the trick. But with the new template hierarchy, I’m confused over how to accomplish the same task.
I need this too.
I used to customize my member profile pages using the legacy template file, “profile.php”.
Now I’m flummoxed as to how I should proceed applying the same modifications in 1.8.
I’m having the same problem. I would like to be able to allow users to post in all public groups without having to join them first. Was this topic ever solved?
I too would like to display author archives in a BuddyPress tab. This is something I have been looking for for a while now. It seems like something that should be a main feature of buddypress since so many people use it in conjunction with some sort of blog.
Thanks for the help everyone, works perfectly now! @mercime, I’m not really experienced with code, so your example helped me understand how to correctly use Roger’s solution, I appreciate it
Thanks for the quick response. I tried playing around with code you gave me in Single.php, but I failed to successfully implement it on my site.
Here is the actual code that I am trying to change. It is the authorbox that displays under each article. As of now, the code fetches the link to the respective author archive pages when you either click on the author avatar or their displayed username. I would like these links to be altered so they, instead, take you to that individual’s buddypress profile. Perhaps showing the actual code will make more sense when it comes to my request. It would be great if you could just re-post the code below after it has been modified. Thanks so much!