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  • Venutius
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    @venutius

    I think this is a bbPress related question, you should ask at https://bbpress.org/forums/


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    Are you using BP Nouveau? Are you using Cover-images?

    if so you would need to overload the plugins/buddypress/bp-templates/bp-nouveau/buddypress/members/single/cover-image-header.php file:

    1. Setup a child theme.
    2. make a copy of cover-image-header.php
    3. Edit line 23 of cover-image-header.php as follows:

    Current:

    <h2 class="user-nicename">@<?php bp_displayed_user_mentionname(); ?></h2>

    edited:

    <h2 class="user-name"><?php bp_core_get_username( bp_displayed_user_id() ); ?></h2>

    4. place your edited copy of cover-image-header.php in themes/your-child-theme/buddypress/members/single


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    Have you ruled out conflicts with other plugins or your theme?

    In a vanilla install this feature works so it’s reasonable to suppose there’s something in your specific configuration that is preventing this functionality.

    Try deactivating all other plugins apart from BuddyPress and switching to a default theme such as 2019.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    Have you investigated other login widgets that have this feature? For example https://wordpress.org/plugins/login-sidebar-widget/

    The alternative is to raise a feature request on Trac https://buddypress.trac.wordpress.org/


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    Try downloading the latest version from here:

    https://github.com/r-a-y/buddypress-followers


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    BuddyPress does not come with that option, it must be added by something else I’m afraid.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    ONe option is to overload the buddypress css by creating a file in themes/buddypress/css/buddypress.min.css you could then choose not to add any bp css styling to those elements.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    What you could to is overload buddypress/bp-templates/bp-nouveau/buddypress/groups/single/cover-image-header.php line 58 to be as follows:

    <?php if ( bp_is_group_home() && ! bp_nouveau_groups_front_page_description() && bp_nouveau_group_has_meta( 'description' ) ) : ?>


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    That’s the way I’d do it


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    First thing I’d try is switching to the 2019 theme and see how that works.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    It needs to be set to Nouveau, or rename your overload to something else.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    This looks like you have overloaded the group-header.php file with the BP Nouveau version, but you have set your bp theme to Legacy.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    Hi there,

    It’s not entirely clear what your issue is, could you explain a bit more?


    Venutius
    Moderator

    @venutius

    There’s a number of plugins that allow moderation, it’s not a feature built into BuddyPress by default.

    for example – https://wordpress.org/plugins/bp-toolkit/


    Venutius
    Moderator

    @venutius

    You’d nee to contact the author of that plugin and ask them to add this as a feature.


    Venutius
    Moderator

    @venutius

    It can go in your child-themes function.php file or you can create a bp-custom.php file in the plugins directory and put the code in there.


    Venutius
    Moderator

    @venutius

    Hi there, a public message in a private site is simply a message that appears in the activity feed and includes an @mention notification. The public won’t see it but all members of the site will be able to see it. But if you want to remove that option you could look at https://wordpress.org/plugins/bp-messaging-control which would allow you to remove that feature by user role. It would simply prevent the @mention from notifying the target user.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    Yep that’s not added by BP I’m afraid


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    Think it must be some bug as your original post was accepted, sent to me, but is not being displayed. Neither is my answer, the post itself shows no indication that it’s been moderated.

    Regarding your question. What makes you think this is a BuddyPress issue? BP does not provide a popup login, other plugins do that but not BP.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    BuddyPress does not provide a popup login function, there are other plugins that do, what makes you think this is a BuddyPress issue?


    Venutius
    Moderator

    @venutius

    This sounds like the JavaScrip is not being loaded for comments, I’d try seeing if there are any errors in your browser console.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    Hi there, You need to select Screen Options and make sure BuddyPress is selected.


    Venutius
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    @venutius

    That would indicate you do indeed have a plugin that is adding this, deactivate all plugins, delete the profile group then reactivate your plugins one by one until it comes back, then you’ll know which one is causing it.


    Venutius
    Moderator

    @venutius

    or:

    function bpex_user_can_create_groups( $can_create, $restricted ) {
    
    	$groups = groups_get_groups();
    
    	if ( $groups['total'] <= 70 )
    		return $can_create;
    
    	return false;
    }
    add_filter( 'bp_user_can_create_groups', 'bpex_user_can_create_groups', 99, 2 );

    Venutius
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    @venutius

    one option would be to use https://wordpress.org/buddypress-restrict-group-creation and limit the number of groups an individual can create.

    But for your main request, what you could do is simply wait till 70 groups are created and then turn off group creation for non admin.

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