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Apologises for the delay in responding, everything is working fine now, removed the image file and used traditional links.
Many thanks for your help
haha, okay, the image map is heading for the burning fire. Thats what happens when you don´t start a project from the beginning then don´t have a clue how to fix things when it is passed over to me.
Someone else has give me code to put in the header.php after I dump the image map.
It was my original web designer who made the header image for me as an image map. Ok, if I remove the image map and just have a .jpg image for my logo on the left how do I get the Login and Register links on the right, and for them to work ok on desktop or tablet. The theme that I am using is Colorway responsive pro which resizes okay for everything else.
all sorted now, after I was assured that uninstalling would not loose any of my test data, I uninstalled BP, then made a new install, not only did it just take a couple of minutes, all my settings were still there and now all the activity and buttons work as well.
Many thanks for your information, I have followed your instructions and have created a buddypress folder in my theme and then copied the (it is listed as single, then groups)folders to create the path as you describe.
My problem is I don´t know what I am changing, this is what got me in the mess I am in at the moment, changing code that I am not really sure about.
Thank you very much for the snippet of code it works just fine.
I went back into the default BP theme regarding your comment about the behaviour. On my site I am using a full page width template for the pages outwith the community, using the default BP theme there is a sidebar on every page which I can use to click back into the users activity, otherwise there would not be any other place to do it.
Regarding my other problems, yes I have already opened a separate thread but as yet no replies have been received.
Again many thanks from a newbie user.
Yes that is correct, the way that I have the site at the moment if the user wants to click out of the community to other parts of my site there is no way back in unless they log out first (which most people probably don´t do).
What I have at the moment as a work around is using Buddymenmu/Buddylink I have created a link if the user clicks on the login tag again they will see the revisit your activity, but I think this is a bit messy.
I am new to WP and BP so it is trial and error and a steep learning process at the moment.
I actually have a couple of other problems still related to BP which I think someone with knowledge can help me fix easily I am just not sure where to find the correct php files and what to change.
Basically I have lost the Whats New button and the area/icons for typing an update, also if I try to view a friends update the next screen just says Activity but there is nothing there.
Also the same for the Groups, when I click on membership nothing is there and i have lost the Create a Group button.
I have switched over to the default bp theme and everything works perfectly well, so it must be in the code that I have messed up. I was trying to follow a tutorial on another site and the end result did not work, I thought I had backtracked carefully but obviously I missed something important.
Hope you can help
Since submitting I have noticed that the Whats New box in the members activity is also missing. I have tried using the bp default theme and everything works okay. I read in another posting that I can compare, copy and paste the relevent correct files from the bp default into my current theme, but I am not sure which files I should be copying.
I am using the Colorway Pro theme and the plugins are Buddypress V1.8.1, Buddypress Activity Plus V1.5. WordPress is the latest update.
The site is in testing mode at the moment, but can be seen at http://www.thedogsclub.com/testing/
This is the link to the page I have problems with
I am trying to achieve something that looks like this screenshot, but at the moment it is more like a dogs dinner! http://wpmu.org/top-3-ways-to-build-a-social-network-with-wordpress/