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Thank you so much, this is very helpful!
That code snippet was exactly what I needed – thank you!
(and of course I have a child theme, very good advice)
I added this code to the bbpress.php template:
$user_id = bp_loggedin_user_id();
$user_profile_url = bp_core_get_user_domain( $user_id );
Nothing showed up on the page.
May I request more guidance, please?
Thanks for this, sorry for the delay – I don’t get email replies for this forum.
So … this is code I would paste somewhere in my default BBPress template (I have one called bbpress.php)?
If so, where should it go?
Fixing the code typo worked, and I’d misread your directions to change the duplicated “page.php” filename to “index.php”.
All good now. 🙂
Thanks for the thorough and detailed response!
Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to make your advice work.
I replaced the indicated line of code in my child theme’s cover-image-header.php with yours. Not only does the Display Name not appear (only the “@” appears), but everything following it (tabs of user activity, etc) disappears. The page just ends.
1) I copied the WP’s page.php file into my child theme’s buddypress/members/single/ directory and removed this line of code:<h1 class=”entry-title main_title”><?php the_title(); ?></h1>
I tried hiding the title with CSS – that didn’t work either.
Any insight into what I may be doing wrong would be appreciated.
(all caches purged, alternate browsers tried, etc.)
And as long as we’re in this template, how/where can I get rid of the title of these pages?
Shows up like this at the top of the page:
<h1 class=”entry-title main_title”>First Last</h1>
Thanks, that’s just what I needed.
I actually added a line of linking code directly to that template (in the child theme). Any reason that’s a bad idea?
I don’t suppose you could show me how/where I can add users to the group?
I was misled by the “Groups allow your users to organize themselves…” language on the Components page.