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I was wrong!. I said it too early. The repair did not work and the members page can still be accessible by non members. How can I fix the problem?
I found out that there is a repair tool. It works now!. Thanks
On second thought, I must have removed the original “members” page link by mistake because there was a “members page” that I thought was created by Salutation and when I cleaned up the unused pages I must have deleted it also and apparently, Buddy Press is not linking as part of “logIn” pages even though I recreated members page
Thanks very much for your help. The reason why I didn’t have “members” page in the menu is because I didn’t see it in Buddy Press menu list. I did create “members” page; somehow BuddyPress is not displaying it.
I tried custom linking it to the menu and it doesn’t look like a good idea because people can look at the members without logIn. Please review this and tell me what went wrong. Any advice is very much welcome. I am also going to read the links that you have posted.
Thank you for the info. I’ll go to your website and read. In regard to the menus, I did not have any problems with other submenus but I’ll check with the theme developer.
I don’t have any problems with other pages though. If I can go BuddyPress pages, I can make those changes.
I changed the logo from their logo and background color to our logo and background color (which is maroon) and also added a slideshow in the header section. What it now shows is their original background color (although our logo and menus are still present), and the slideshow is absent.
Ok, I’ll try deactivating other plugins to see if there are any conflicts.