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Yeah youre right. It seems more like a mysql issue. However I still appreciate any on any opinions whether it would be not advised/smart to recycle ids.
I think that would make more sense if the user deleted has a smaller user id than the largest one that currently exists. However even if I delete the user with the largest member id (integer), it still increments from the deleted id
Shane, I am sorry but I’m not following. If I call that function, it returns the full description of the notification.
I am creating my own notification menu and I need solely the href, so I can can create something like this.
<link href=”NOTIFICATION HREF”>
Sorry I wasn’t clear. I want to echo the href of the notification, not the read/delete action links.
Thank you for the detailed explanation and suggestion. I will see what I can work up coding wise.
Hi Dan. Thank you for the suggestion. However I don’t think that would be sufficient in my case because I am trying to show these errors to the user.
Maybe it is a different problem but the striping function doesn’t get applied until the page is refreshed. In the 2015 theme, this happens right away.
Hi, it is the theme. In which file is this function called for the ajax reply so I can check it out?
Forgot ‘screen_function’ That’s what happens when I look at other posts and not the codex itself. Can mark as resolved please.
Not sure of your exact question but you can simply inspect the element in your browser and change the css there.
Then add to the style.css of your child theme
You can inspect the element in your browser, and then add display:none !important;
Then add that to your style.css of your child theme
Hi mrjarbenne. That’s still not exactly what I was looking for. I was just inquiring if it is possible if you can programatically check if a buddypress profile page belongs to an administrator vs. belongs to a regular user. I don’t think it was possible from what I found but its ok and I will mark as resolved because I have found a workaround for what I was doing. Thank you.
And then check if the user has a specific badge? I guess thats an idea. Thank you.
This is probably bad practice, and I know it won’t actually combine the two pages into one, but I just simply copied the template file of the one I needed into the other and now both are integrating in a useful way. Now I just plan on redirecting the other page.