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I figured out the cause for this issue. When going to the user profile for each member, the check box “Show Toolbar when viewing site” is unchecked for all members. If there were only a few registered members I would just go back to each one and change them, however there are hundreds and would take quite a long time.
Is there a function I can put in functions.php to override it and enable toolbar for everyone?
It would be most helpful. Thank you.
Ideally I would like to change that, but not sure how. Fortunately the pass for that account is heavily encrypted and I use wordfence to prevent brute forcing
failed recording a vid.
on my system it doesn’t do anything, but I don’t really need it to create or delete a menu item.
only to change the URL that settings tab fetches.
By default /settings/ is showing my notification options. This is because of the function that you provided earlier. (thank you for that btw).
However I’m wanting to add to that, redirecting the ’email’ subnav to go to /settings/.
If this is done, this will work as intended. There will be no 404.
If it causes a 404 (It likely won’t) then I’ll revert back and have to find a different answer
I had to rename the function because I still want to keep the other one you provided. (they had the same function name)
It didn’t seem to do anything, so I think i’ll make a video. I’m having a hard time explaining o.o
I’ll reply within the next 2 hours
hmm that’s incorrect. /settings/ is settings on it’s own
/settings/notifications redirects to /settings/.
It should work o.o
I would still call it email. I would just be redirecting it to /members/*/settings/
There is no need to add or remove a tab.
Technically, It would be going to the same place.
/members/admin/settings/ and /members/admin/settings/notifications are the same endpoint atm.
The reason why I want to do this is because of a problem with targeting its URL with a wildcard.
The wildcard thinks I want to target:
Because the * is assuming /settings/ is part of it.
In any case, doing this should solve the issue
It won’t because you helped me change ‘settings’ to the notifications settings page.
/members/*/settings/ takes members to the notifications settings.
It used to take members to change email address, but we changed it 🙂
Not doing anything sketchy O:
Hopefully I didn’t overlook a simple setting -.-
Let me know if it’s still confusing. I’m having a hard time phrasing it better
I would like to change the link of the Email settings subnav to be the Settings main nav URL.
There should be no removal of nav, just changing the url.
/members/*/settings/notifications/ (Email Settings) to
/members/*/settings/ (Overall Settings)
I’m not sure if I should create a new thread for this or not, because it’s somewhat related.
There’s a tab called “Email” in the settings. It’s URI is /members/*/settings/notifications/
I would like to redirect it to just /members/*/settings/
Is there something I can add to functions.php to do this?
Again.. Thank you.
Ok, waiting on a response from them.
Sorry to bother you. I know you’re not affiliated with Content Aware Sidebars, but to be clear…
You said the pro version allows to target usernames (dynamic)?
or is it just static URL?
I ask because they don’t have a trial, don’t offer refund and only allow annual billing -.-, but if you have experience with using it and sure that it can do this, I would like to know.
You’ve been so helpful. I’m not sure if you’re paid staff, or if helping others is voluntary, but i’m very thankful to have you helping others.
I looked at Content Aware Sidebars. It’s very appealing!
I’ll need to look more into the URL feature.
In any case, I noticed that it does BuddyPress integration pages for free o.o
Just not URL.
The problem that I have with that method is.. I can’t target specific pages due to usernames getting in the way.
example: website.com/members/jonny55/messages will only work for jonny55.
is there some kind of placeholder I can use for all members?
Ah, honestly I saw author date and the words
“I suspect also people are mixing up the “log in” page with the user registration form, which are two very different things.”
And mistook it for an invalid thread.
In any case, I posted there as the function that was provided didn’t seem to work.
Thank you for helping (again lol..)
Strangely that function doesn’t seem to change anything for me. When BP is enabled, registration links are still changed to go to /register/ rather than the default :v
I actually fixed it. The previous code you said (before this one) was missing a ‘ before the slug notifications so It wasn’t going where it was supposed to. I added the ‘ and it’s working 100%.
I’m so thankful that you took time out of your day to help me. I hope others benefit as well.
that’s beautiful!!! now I just have to redirect /settings/ to /settings/notifications/
can you add that line in it so it’s all in the same place? (so I don’t have to use plugin)
I can’t believe how amazing this is working
Sorry, I just got back to pc after sleep. I saw a reply but it’s not here. deleted?