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@modemlooper I’ve put define ( ‘BP_ENABLE_ROOT_PROFILES’, true ); in bp-custom.php and still nothing.
Is there something special to do ?
Thanks @modemlooper ! I’ve put `define ( ‘BP_ENABLE_ROOT_PROFILES’, true );` in my wp-config but nothing happened ! Did I miss something ?
Here’s my organization :
This look great @modemlooper ! I’m looking forward to dowload it.
@modemlooper I would need a plugin with this simple function, I go on the user page and with the admin options if I want I can select “verified account” and an image will be displayed on the member page.
Any leads on how I could write this ?
@mercime Where can I learn how to write a plug-in ?
I just want this two option :
– the user select a theme color in his option for his member page
– he can upload an image for the background of his member page and his activity (/members/themembertest/activity/76)
Thanks @mercime, is it easily modifiable for someone who never wrote a plug-in ?
With some modification the user will have the possibility to personalize their member page ?
@modemlooper What plugins are you talking about ?
@thekmen Did you find a way to add verified accounts ?
Thanks for the code @carlosepp, I have a question
“This code detects automatically the browser language and defines the language.”
How effective is it and does it work sitewide (not only with the buddypress blog but with all the navigations bar of the network’s blogs)?
Sorry I didn’t explained myself very well.
I don’t want to replace the activity page by an other one.
Here’s my current buddypress menu : Home (activity) | Members | Group | Forums | Blogs
Here’s what I would like : Home | Activity | Members | Group | Forums | Blogs
Home would be a page similar to the home page of blasft (it’s an example), where there will be different design and will encourage the visitors to register an open a blog.
On this page they will be :
– tags used in all the blogs,
– latest blogs posted
– others stuff to create a good looking portal
Thanks for your answer, is this what you’re talking about ?
Is this a good place to start to do what I want ?
https://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/fw-quick-langswitch/, it’s working I didn’t renamed the image file correctly. Does anyone use it ? I would like to know if your navigation bar is translated on the others blogs.
For me, the plugin only translate the navigation bar on buddypress.myblogs.com. The other blogs are still having the navigation bar in English.
@rogercoathup Any clue on how I could modify the plug-in to fit Buddypress 18.104.22.168 ?
Or how to create one ? I don’t need anything fancy, I just want to offer my buddypress’s user the choice to choose in which language they want their buddypress functions.
What plug-in used Marco Rossi ? Very nice site by the way
All of this from the default buddypress theme ?
@rogercoathup Thanks, apparently this plug-in is only working until the version 2.9.2 of WordPress.
Do you know a plug-in who could offer the user the choice to choose the buddypress’s function language ?
@rogercoathup Thanks but this will be applied to all the blogs ? My buddypress is on a secondary blogs. And I just want to offer the users the choice to translate the functions in their languages.
I have found something who could really fit my needs but I can’t make it work :
I’ve installed it, but if I click on the flags nothing happen. I have named my images according to the name of my languages files (buddypress.pot et buddypress-fr_FR.mo)
@rogercoathup “Do you want to allow all blogs to have their own choice of theme, but ensure that they use the same font for the admin bar?”
Yes, this is what I wanted, apparently it’s not possible but at least I can set up the background to look the same on IE and Firefox.
@rogercoathup I’ve put the buddypress-fr_FR.po in bg-language but I’ don’t see where I cant set the default language in buddypress ? I haven’t look yet at a plugin for offering the user a choice to switch language.
Thanks for the link, does anyone have a solution about the notification ?
With ` add_filter( ‘content_save_pre’, ‘bp_activity_at_name_filter’ ); `in bp-custom.php, my blog’s @mention are clickable but in buddypress the notification is not really working, any idea on what to add to bp-custom ?
@rogercoathup I’ve noticed that If I modify the adminbar.css in the buddypres default theme it’s applied to all my blogs. (I can change the background, I still have to find how to define a police / font for all the blogs)
How is it possible ? I didn’t choose the default theme, I’m using a child one for my buddypress. And if I try to overwrite the css with the child it doesn’t work.
@rogercoathup I’ve deleted the line from my bp-activity and I’ve add it to my bp-custom, it’s still working and I’ve tried to make the @mention in the post resume clickable with `. add_filter( ‘post_excerpt’, ‘bp_activity_at_name_filter’ ); `.
It didn’t work, did I not use the right variable ?
@rogercoathup @nuprn1 Thanks you for your help ! I’ve add ` add_filter( ‘content_save_pre’, ‘bp_activity_at_name_filter’ ); ` in my bp-activity/bp-activity-filters.php. It’s working well but only apply with the new posts, the old mention @name are not clickable. It’s also not working on the post resume on the front page. Is there a way to do something about it ? (See I didn’t use the word “fix” :p )
But when a new version of buddypress will be released I’ll loose the change ?
@rogercoathup Thanks, If I put a @import url(“pathtoacsscontainingnavigationcssstyle”); in all my theme’s css will this works ?
I’ll see the same navigation bar all over my blogs, despite the themes they may have ?
And with this way I only have to modified one file to change the navigations bar css attributes of all the blogs.