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@nahummadrid …You are correct, I did some troubleshooting and I have Youzer plugin installed that enhances the design and when I deactivated the plugin the friend’s activities don’t in Groups, I will contact the plugin author.
Thank you very much for leading me in the right direction.
@nahummadrid….No, I have all public groups that anyone can join, BUT, I don’t want the comments that don’t pertain to a Group to show up in a Group.
For example, If I post “Good morning friends” in the Activity Stream for friends only and I have a Public Group called “Politics” that anyone can join, I don’t want my post “Good morning friends” showing up the “Politics” public Group.
Currently, I have the privacy option the restrict each post to Public, Friends and Only me. But the Group code you gave me only works if I set the privacy to public.
I hope that explains the situation better.
@nahummadrid ….It sort of worked …When I changed the privacy level to friends the activity posts show in all groups that I am a member of, it only works if I change my privacy level to public…any more ideas?
Thank you so much Brajesh, you are a life saver!
@mytubepress …Unfortunately that plugin does not show under Appearance Menus….
@venutius The Registration is visible when I log in so is the log out menu….there is a PHP/link option where I can add PHP code and link in the MenuBar Plugin….but when I copied the code that I already have in place in my function theme file it crashes my site….does any one have a fix for this to hide the Registration menu and login menu …WHEN LOGGED IN
I figured it out…somewhat….the only thing that don’t work correctly is the logic where when the user logs on the registration stays, it’s not hidden….
Maybe I should be clearer ….The Buddypress navigation css code in WordPress menu that works is bp-menu bp-login-nav to log in my website but when I put the same code in css class in the Menubar plugin it doesn’t work….
How can I adjust the length? using CSS….and what is the name of the “Send To” input box?
Thanks for your reply….but I already have a horizontal mobile menu and it looks great, the problem is getting the registration and the log in menu items to work when they are clicked on.
I am looking the same built in BuddyPress navigation functionality that’s built in WordPress to work in my custom menu when users click on the Registration menu and the Log in menu.
BTW: I am using Newspaper – Theme version: 8.1
WP version 4.8.3
Buddypress Version 2.9.2
BTW: I am running:
WP version 4.8.3
Newspaper theme 8.1
BuddyPress Version 2.9.2
Disregard the previous post, I got it to work perfectly!! 🙂
Thanks for all your help, is there a way that I can donate to you guys, for your hard work?
That code snippet worked almost perfectly!!! But the comments button disappeared, after I posted a comment.
I still want to see the comment button. After a user comment to a post, I want that comment button to be “Read Only” after update.
Can you modify the code to where it’s read only after each unique user makes a comment, because the comment button counts the number of comments to each post, and I want the users to be able to view how many comments to each post, is that doable?
Thanks a bunch.
Should I give you access to my website? Or do you have a better understanding of the problem now?
If I understand https://buddypress.org/support/topic/how-do-i-make-the-comment-button-read-only-in-the-activity-stream/#post-269197 correctly, you mean that users ought to be able to leave a single *top-level* reply to a given activity item, but they should be able to leave as many replies-to-comments as they want. Is that correct?
Correct. That’s exactly what I want. Similar to Facebook.
I’m unclear on what’s happening here. You say that users “are not allowed to” leave a second comment on a post, but I guess what you mean is that you don’t *want* them to be able to do it?
Correct, I am sorry if I were not clear, no I don’t *want* them to be able to make multiple comments to 1 post, only multiple replies.
I uploaded an image to the link you provided, the file is called “Comment_Overlap”. I took a peek at the Twenty Sixteen theme this is exactly how I want my Activity Stream to flow and function.
Please advise on what you think I am doing wrong.
This is a list of all my plugins:
WP Mail SMTP
WP All Import Pro
WordPress Mass Email to users
W3 Total Cache
tagDiv Social Counter
SiteOrigin Widgets Bundle
rtMedia for WordPress, BuddyPress and bbPress
Remove Dashboard Access
PushLive – Staging Site to Live Site in One Click
Page Builder by SiteOrigin
Knowledge Base for Documents and FAQs
Invite Anyone, by Boones 🙂
Hide Admin Bar
Easy Affiliate Links
Contact Form 7
Buddypress Friend of a Friend (FOAF)
BuddyPress Extended Friendship Request
BuddyPress Edit Activity
BuddyPress Block Activity Stream Types
BuddyPress Activity ShortCode
BuddyPress Activity Privacy
BuddyPress Activity Filter
BuddyPress Activity Autoloader
BP Show Friends
Amazon Auto Links
All In One SEO Pack Pro
Advanced Profiles Plugin 2.0 for BuddyPress
Activity Reactions For Buddypress
I deactivated all plugins like you suggested and the problem is still occurring with the comment input box overlaying the the reply area.
It only happens when I have 1 comment or more, ideally once a user makes a comment, in a muti user web environment they can’t make any more comments. Only a new user who hasn’t made a comment can comment on a new post, think facebook type posts.
See example below:
User A = Josh
User B = Nancy
User C = Carol
User A starts a post.
User B make the first comment on User A post , User C replies to User B comment on User A post.
Only 1 unique User can comment on a post one at at time, but they can reply multiple times within a post.
Currently the Activity Stream (BuddyPress) doesn’t have this functionality built in, or is there is plugin that performs this functionality?
The problem I am currently experiencing is that each unique user can make multiple comments on a single post. They should only have the capability to make 1 comment to each post.
And when a user makes a second comment (which they are not allowed to do) that’s when the malfunction occurs and the input box overlaps the reply box.
Thanks so much for your help in this matter.
P.S. I am so thankful for you Boone and the original developers of BuddyPress for being here to support the community.
For some reason it’s not allowing me to edit my post, the changes are not appearing, so I am having to create separate posts!
I always do my code editing in the Newspaper child theme (
Newspaper 7 Child theme: Theme Functions (functions.php)
The only other option I have is the edit Twenty Seventeen theme? But I have never used this theme for updating code, I always had success using the Newspaper child theme.