Re: Announcing Unofficial Version 1.2 of bp-skeleton-component
If I understand correctly what’s happening–or rather not happening–, you’ve created a Buddybar menu item that is not working / not showing up. Is that the issue?
Hooking into the Buddybar menu occurs by adding an add_action call within a given function in the bp-example file, not bp-example-class file. Of course, you need to be hooking into something. The class file is only for coding your database access.
Now, if you’re trying to create site admin menus in WPMU’s backend, then you do so in bp-example-admin.php. Look at the bp-xprofile-admin.php file for great examples of how this is done.
Or, maybe I’m misunderstanding the issue.