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Thanks for your time gentlemen.
I activated 2010 and disabled every plugin but BP, BBP and Wordfence. 17 total, about half of which were BP-related. The issue persists.
My members-header.php file is unmodified (it contains the code that @danbp mentioned).
It is worth mentioning again – that the URL for this user profile is http://www.rickey-rat.com/members/admin/ – even though the “nicename” tag displays properly all over the site, it seems to fail in the URL and header.
Also, I’m repeating myself in stating that there is not and has never been a user or login called “admin”. “Antrodius” – fictional as he may be – uses “Antrodius” to log in. He is the WP admin. AGAIN – the only use of “admin” is his role on the site.
So this reveals a more important issue. I know not to use “Admin” as a log-in. Wordfence shows me how many brute-force attempts are made trying that. What this condition is doing is revealing the username of the admin account.
Politely bumping this – perhaps it’s my fault for not articulating the issue well enough in the op, but I don’t feel like this was given any real attention.
I *did* indicate that the username was *not* admin, but was displaying as such. I have every setting I can find set to display it as the actual username, which it does in the forums and on the members list – just not in the profile.
Can someone please help me with this?
Again, I did not create a user called “admin”. The page/url I linked to above was generated by BuddyPress for the user called “Antrodius”, which happens to be the WP admin. I have every setting possible set to display the name as such. If you look at my members page ( http://www.rickey-rat.com/member-grid/) , you can see that even BP acknowledges the username, but instead of using that username in the profile and its URL (like all other users), it shows this user as Admin.
I’m not so concerned about the url as I am about the name displaying at the top. Is there a way to edit the template in my child-theme – I might be able to figure out how to pull the correct username, since it displays properly in some places.
But the username is and has always been “Antrodius”, the only reference to “admin” has been his role. There is no user or login called “admin”.
That link should be http://www.rickey-rat.com/members/admin (when I clicked ‘edit’ at the bottom of this page, it took me to the BuddyPress.org root.)
Edit to add – ah, apparently my ‘edit time’ for the op had expired.