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  • msteimann
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    @msteimann

    No, unfortunately I never got an answer.


    msteimann
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    @msteimann

    Thanks for your suggestion, @wasanjones. Google Search Console told me that some of the member pages have been indexed despite being blocked by my robots.txt

    So I still keep my fingers crossed that the BuddyPress-Team will soon figure out how to solve this issue by changing the core code or whatever solution might work.


    msteimann
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    @msteimann


    msteimann
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    @msteimann

    Okay, got it and will raise. Thanks again!


    msteimann
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    @msteimann

    Thanks for your quick reply. The mentioned thread was just to show that someone has already tried to find a solution.

    I have no coding skills at all, but I guess someone – either BuddyPress or YOAST team would have to make changes to their code in order to solve the issue. Can you please go ahead and raise the issue on Trac? If someone asks specific questions there, I most probably could not give the right answers.

    Regards,
    Martin


    msteimann
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    @msteimann

    Hello again,

    the YOAST team has confirmed the BuddyPress conflict and told me to contact the BuddyPress developers – it’s the back and forth game situation.

    https://github.com/Yoast/wordpress-seo/issues/12435#issuecomment-479479079

    Can you please get in contact witch each other? Maybe you can sort things together. I am sure that a lot of users including me would gratefully appreciate your effort.

    Maybe this thread could help to find a solution:

    Making WordPress SEO plugin compatible with BuddyPress

    Thank you in advance and all the best,
    Martin


    msteimann
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    @msteimann

    Thank you for your quick reply Venutius. I reported this issue to the Yoast support forum and hope to get feedback some day in the future. I will keep you informed.

    One more thing: May I direct you to this support ticket, which describes an issue which is said to be fixed for years, but still present on my and KLEO theme developer’s system:

    https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/8044

    Thanks for looking into this ticket, and I would be happy if you could chime in.

    Regards,
    Martin


    msteimann
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    @msteimann

    I think you’ve identified a bug with the registration form, it misleadingly gives the impression that the visibility for the Name field can be changed. Wuld you mind raising a bug report on https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org/ ? Also you can use the same link to raise your feature request.

    Thank your for looking into this, Venutius. Good to know that I can now raise a bug report, and a feature request as well. Thank you and your team for putting so much effort into this really great plugin!


    msteimann
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    @msteimann

    Thanks for the interim solution. Because your CSS-code didn’t work for the KLEO theme, I’ve asked the theme developers and they’ve suggested another code, which did the trick. Just in case someone else would like to know:

    p#field-visibility-settings-toggle-1 {
        display: none;
    }

    msteimann
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    @msteimann

    Thanks for your quick reply, Venutius!

    I have tried the WP 2015 Theme and got the same results. So I switched back to KLEO and noticed, that the xProfile fields do change to the desired visibility settings, AFTER the user clicks the SAVE SETTINGS button. So I guess I was confused by the fact that BEFORE you hit the save button there is a misleading visual feedback (the visibility term does not alter to the according setting the user has just changed it to, it still displays the same value as before).

    Could this be changed in the next release?

    My first problem still remains: the „change display name visibility option“ is displayed beneath the name field on the user Registration page. This doesn’t make sense, if the name’s visibility throughout BuddyPress network is mandatory. How can I get rid of this line? Does this line and it’s user changeable visibility options really not appear on a default install?

    In the WP Dashboard I cannot change the options for the primary Name field. Only the fields under the details tab can be altered by admin and set to be visibility-changeable by the user. (Hope you understand what I try to say 😉

    Regards,
    Martin

    Hide visibility option on registration page?

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