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So if I am using a theme of my own choosing, and want to remove “all members” content so that only groups/events/friends/other stuff I want posted to the main feed shows only as it relates to a person’s friends, groups, pages, etc that they’ve interacted with, (like how FB does the main feed) I’d insert that css line from @lougrossi ? I want to be sure I am showing all content a user has made themselves party to, or that admin has made public, such as a public group’s activity the member joined, but not see anything from anyone they don’t know or are not in active participation with. (not part of the same public group for example)
I found a repost plugin, but it didn’t work and was badly out of date. Hoping to find another one as I’m not a php programmer.
Look up Wbcom Designs – Shortcodes & Elementor Widgets For BuddyPress in the wordpress.com plugin database. I used this to make a main feed with the activity shortcode they offer. But sitename.com/activity does it as well without any additional plugin.
I am wanting to find somewhere that lists what is and isn’t shown in the activity stream myself. I want to be sure that private is indeed private. Thought I’d start my search in the forums, will see if anything is said in the documentation too.
Update, I found a way to change the literal username, but if you’re admin, I don’t recommend it particularly if you are admin of a multi-site setup as I am. I had to change my username back to get to the multi-site administration area. Either way, the change did not hide the login name, it only changed it. Not the solution any of us are after.
Agreed, this is a hacking invitation otherwise. Surprised to see no one answered you in over a year.