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  • #235298
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    danbp
    Moderator

    @rosyteddy,

    snippets published on the forum are generally related to a specific topic/question. And of course, dependant of theme and/or bp version, if not php or mysql or server settings. Over the time, they stop working or can’t be used anymore because the Core changed or because of other evolutions….

    Despite having a kind of snippet store accessible by forum menu seems to be a usefull idea, it is not. Each usage case is different and can not be extended to all case. FYI information, i had the same idea a few years back, and was quickly discouraged to do so by our Core dev. I was first disapointed, but i finally had to admit they where right. And today, i’m absolutely persuaded and on the same line.

    That’s why you have Codexes. For WP, BP or bbP with general explanation of default usage and more rarely, with usage examples. If you find a snippet example in Codex, in 95% of cases, you have to adapt it to your personnal usage.

    To answer your question, as you know, BuddyPress is (only) a WordPress plugin. When installed, the site continue to work with WordPress and WP dashboard. Nothing is modified in WP Core, only that BP was added to the site. As a plugin.

    How to handle WordPress is explained and widly documented in his Codex.
    Menu management, CPT management or how to modify menu items on Toolbar or Admin bar is also documented. And the’re so many sites giving WP tips (from excellent to awfull), you can read.

    #235100
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    adriandegar
    Participant

    I’m working on a project in a Buddypress theme and I’m trying to replace the word “Register” in the admin toolbar. Can someone please explain how to write a filter to replace the name with something else?

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    marchael
    Participant

    Hello, first of all i want to apologize for my wrong english grammar. I’m a Filipino. I’m new using wordpress and buddypress here is my site that i need to develop (neustgaec.com). I set the admin toolbar default that show from the logged out user. I want to know if how can i set my login and register link in admin toolbar align right. Sorry for my noob question. any answer will be appreciated thank you.

    #234231
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    style960
    Participant

    The latest WordPress release doesn’t display the WP Toolbar for Subscriber level users. Not only does this prevent access to the account menu via the Toolbar, it more importantly means that Notifications remain at zero, even on the user profile page.

    Upgrading the account to Contributor or above will reinstate the Toolbar and bring Notifications back to life.

    This problem isn’t theme specific or a plugin conflict. bbPress is affected in the same way.

    Any thoughts on this? WP is breaking a key component of two it’s most widely used plugins.

    #234059
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    danbp
    Moderator

    Styling the WP Toolbar is not directly related to BuddyPress and a bit out of the scope of this forum.
    Please ask better on a specialized CSS forum. ;-)

    #234052
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    Kir 2012
    Participant

    Hi there I’m looking to style all of the corners of the buddypress admin bar that drops down in the top right hand corner, so they’re rounded. Can anyone help me with the css? I’ll paste in below what I’ve got so far: I patched the below together using firebug & a paste from somewhere (the change admin bar with more effects bit which gives me a white dividing line between dropdowns although none of the rest of it seems to do anything) Can anyone help? I’m really stuck! Many thanks

     /*change admin bar color*/
    #wp-admin-bar #wp-toolbar #wpadminbar #wp-admin-bar-user-actions #wp-admin-bar-my-account #wp-admin-bar-edit-profile 
    .ab-sub-wrapper,.ab-submenu,.quicklinks,.ab-item,.menupop{
    background: #63486e !important;
    font-weight: bold !important;
        font-family: "Lato" , sans-serif !important;
        color: #ffffff !important;
        
    }
    .menupop:hover,
    .quicklinks:hover,
    .ab-item:hover{
        color: #fff200!important;
    }
     
     /*change username  color* (under display name in drop down avatar in admin bar*/
    .ab-sub-wrapper,.username {
    background: #63486e !important;
    font-weight: bold !important;
        font-family: "Lato" , sans-serif !important;
        color: #ffffff !important;
        
    }
     /*change display name in drop down avatar in admin bar so big*/
    .display-name {
    font-size: 17px !important;
    font-weight: bold !important;
      }
    
     /*change admin bar with more effects*/
    .ab-item{ 
    background: #fff url(images/black_top.png) top left repeat-x;
    background: -webkit-gradient(linear, left top, left bottom, from(#ffffff), to(#111111));
    background: -webkit-linear-gradient(top, #ffffff, #111111);
    background: -moz-linear-gradient(top, #ffffff, #111111);
    background: -ms-linear-gradient(top, #ffffff, #111111);
    background: -o-linear-gradient(top, #ffffff, #111111);
    -webkit-border-radius: 2px;
    -moz-border-radius: 2px;
    border-radius: 2px;
    -moz-background-clip: padding;
    -webkit-background-clip: padding-box;
    background-clip: padding-box;
    -webkit-box-shadow: inset 0px 1px 0px 0px rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.1);
    -moz-box-shadow: inset 0px 1px 0px 0px rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.1);
    box-shadow: inset 0px 1px 0px 0px rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.1);
    }
    #234004
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    danbp
    Moderator

    Hi,

    it’s not possible without heavy code modification. The usermenu is intended to be on the toolbar.

    But you can give this a try. All items will be visible on the toolbar, instead under the howdy.

    function laura() {
    global $bp, $wp_admin_bar;
    remove_action( 'bp_setup_admin_bar', 'bp_members_admin_bar_my_account_menu',4);
    }
    add_action( 'bp_setup_nav', 'laura', 4 );

    Reference: /bp-members/bp-members-adminbar.php:74
    WP Codex wp_admin_bar

    #233818
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    @mercime
    Keymaster

    @agentswall You’re welcome. Marking this as resolved.

    The Create Groups link has always been in the Groups Directory page, not in the individual groups page. There is also a Create Groups link in the BuddyPress section in the Admin Toolbar which I see you have disabled. You could add the link if you want in the menu you added for logged in users if you need a way for users to find that link if they are not in the groups directory page.

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    r-a-y
    Moderator

    We’re looking to improve the invite process for BuddyPress 2.3.

    I’m going to ping @dcavins, as he will be implementing the invite improvements, so he’s aware of this.

    Just to answer your questions:

    Notification in the profile window’s (there are 3 notifications: message (1) – friends (1) – but in GROUPS there is no notification).

    The “Groups > No Pending Invites” nav item is for invites you have requested. Not invites that are pending for the entire group.

    The user (A) has posted in a group wall’s and the user (B) has done a comment.
    The user (A) hasn’t received notification neither admin toolbar or administration profile windows.

    Currently, notifications do not occur for activity comments. We’ll likely add this enhancement into core eventually, but for now, you’ll have to use a plugin for this:

    http://buddydev.com/plugins/buddypress-activity-comment-notifier/

    The user (A) has opened a forum in a grup. The user (B) has done a comment.
    The user (A) has received notification in the administratio toolbar. But when the user (A) has done a comment the user (B) don’t has received the notification.

    How did user A reply to user B? On the group activity homepage or on the actual group forum topic? If user A replied on the group forum topic, then this sounds like an issue with bbPress, not BuddyPress.

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    giuseppecuttone
    Participant

    Hi,
    I have detected “errors notification”.
    My original web is with ENFOLD THEME.
    But I have tested compatibity beetween WordPress 4.1 and BuddyPress 2.1.1 in a new web, where there is: WordPress defoult theme, WordPress 4.1, BuddyPress 2.1.1 and bbPress 2.5.4 (ther is no more plugins).
    I have detected the follows errors:
    (ERROR 1)
    When a user (A) invite other user (B) to join a group, the user (B) receives a notification in administration toolbar (bubble), but there is no notification in the administration profile window’s.
    n the follows links there is two pictures of my web where you can see that.

    Notification in toolbar bubble (there are 3 notifications: 1 friend request, 1 new message and 1 invitation group).

    http://guasch.eu/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Button-Notification.png

    Notification in the profile window’s (there are 3 notifications: message (1) – friends (1) – but in GROUPS there is no notification).

    http://guasch.eu/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Notifications-Pending-Invites-in-the-Groups.png

    (ERROR 2)
    The user (A) has posted in a group wall’s and the user (B) has done a comment.
    The user (A) hasn’t received notification neither admin toolbar or administration profile windows.

    (ERROR 3)
    The user (A) has opened a forum in a grup. The user (B) has done a comment.
    The user (A) has received notification in the administratio toolbar. But when the user (A) has done a comment the user (B) don’t has received the notification.

    Do you have a web with BuddyPress 2.1.1 and WordPress 4.1?
    Do you have the same problem?

    In the WordPress old version there are the same problems? Or the notifications are OK?

    Can you help me?
    Thank’s very much.

    #232546
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    giuseppecuttone
    Participant

    Hi,
    my web is guasch.es and I have installed BuddyPress.
    It’s a very good plugin (so congratulation…) but I have detected one error.

    When a user invite other user to join a group, the user receives a notification in toolbar bubble but there is no notification in the profile window’s.

    In the follows links there is two pictures of my web where you can see that.

    Notification in toolbar bubble (there are 3 notifications: 1 friend request, 1 new message and 1 invitation group).

    http://guasch.eu/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Button-Notification.png

    Notification in the profile window’s (there are 3 notifications: message (1) – friends (1) – but in GROUPS there is no notification).

    http://guasch.eu/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Notifications-Pending-Invites-in-the-Groups.png

    How can I to solve this problem?
    Can you help me?
    Thank’s very very much.

    Thank’s very much.

    #232523
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    eVersatile
    Participant

    Hello,
    Is it possible to rename the menus in the Toolbar “Admin Bar”?

    #231902

    In reply to: Profile menu!

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    torabi
    Participant

    Thanks for the answer style960
    I understand that the user profile is part of WP.
    I have hid WP toolbar and want to Profile icon should appear in my main menu. in the same way it appears in this site.
    how do I make it?

    #231899

    In reply to: Profile menu!

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    style960
    Participant

    @adamsalam

    Please give the community here time to respond, don’t forget people are in different time zones.

    By default the links you’re referring to are part of the WP Toolbar which is fixed at the top of your site. When a user is logged-in this bar will also include the user account menu in the top right. If you’re not seeing this, check ‘Show the Toolbar for logged out users’ in Settings > Buddypress > Settings in the admin dashboard.

    Also make sure ‘Anyone can register’ is ticked in Settings > General.

    If both options are enabled and you don’t see the Toolbar as a visitor, it may be your theme or a plugin is disabling it. Either way you can add Register, Lost Password, and Login to any menu of your choosing. Open Appearance > Menus > expand Screen Options and tick Buddypress. You can then add those links to any menu you wish, along with the other Buddypress menu options.

    Paul.

    #231625
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    angs77
    Participant

    Hi, had that done too and saved but still get the same message when I click the word register on the WP toolbar.

    #231594
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    angs77
    Participant

    Hi I’m having the same issue.

    Registration page is there, but can’t get the registration fields to show up and when I click on register on the top WP toolbar I keep getting

    The resource you are looking for has been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable.

    #231589
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    kiki_er
    Participant

    @florangelie,

    It’s possible to hide the toolbar for logged out users:

    Settings>buddypress>[Settings Tab]

    Uncheck “Show the Toolbar for logged out users”

    #231587
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    danbp
    Moderator

    The Toolbar belongs to WordPress. See WP Codex for how you can rearrange this.

    So far i see, your register button is correctly linked to BuddyPress register page.

    #231214
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    Shayne Thiessen
    Participant

    I figured it out. For some reason WordPress decided it would be a good idea to hide custom menus added to the toolbar(when did they change the name from admin bar?) when viewing it on mobile devices.

    If you browse through the WordPress directory you will find the css for the toolbar in wp-includes\css\admin-bar.css.

    This line hides everything but the default items from the toolbar.

    	/* Show only default top level items */
    	#wp-toolbar > ul > li {
        		display: none;
    	}

    By changing “display: none” to “display: block”. That fixed the problem i was having.

    So hopefully that information is useful to someone.

    Oh and one more thing. If you need to modify the toolbars css don’t do it there. You shouldn’t modify WordPress’s core files. Instead you should copy that css to your themes style sheet.

    #231103
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    danbp
    Moderator

    If you want help, you must give details: about what you did and how, theme name,…

    That said, the Toolbar belongs to WordPress.

    Some ideas here:

    http://davidwalsh.name/remove-wordpress-admin-bar-css

    https://stevegrunwell.com/blog/quick-tip-override-wordpress-toolbar-styles/

    BuddyPress use only a few and very minimalistic CSS. See at the end of /bp-templates/bp-legacy/css/buddypress.css for some styles applying to smartphones.

    #231078
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    danbp
    Moderator

    Ok, you’re in an intense learning stage ! ;-) But i’m affraid i can’t help you to do this.

    – the theme used on this support is a custom work and doesn’t exist for public.
    – for other questions, yes, it is better to ask one question by topic.
    – googling around “wordpress toolbar tricks, customization” bring very helpfull result. But if php is not your cup of tea, i would recommend you to not try to modifiate it.

    Rome wasn’t made in one day.
    Reading this forum is a good starting point to learn how BP work’s.

    #231054
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    danbp
    Moderator

    hxxp://vibral.co.za/wp-login.php?action=register. This is correct and not an issue.

    On the Toolbar (now that it is correctly showing), from left to right

    WP logo icon with some related wp site and stuff in sub-menu

    BuddyPress Admin menu (or network admin), and if multisite, access to the different other dashboards. As super-admin you will see all probably.

    Note when network is activated, you have by default 2 dashbords anyway. The mainsite or network dashboard and WP’s dashboard.

    Edit menu – depending your role on the site you access from here to new post, comments and so on.

    And on the right, the howdy menu aka usermenu. Where sit a login/logout menu and all the access links to your buddypress profile, messages, groups, etc

    So far, so good. But what do you want to achieve now ?

    #231050
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    Vibral
    Participant

    Apologies, I was trying out a few things so I had re-checked the toolbar for logged out user.
    I’ve unchecked it now.
    I can see the login/logout button on the left sidebar; please have a look and see if the site is as it should be.

    If this is how it’s supposed to be, I would still much rather have the kind of toolbar that I get in wp-admin, or on this buddypress.org site. Is that possible?

    Thanks in advance

    #231049
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    danbp
    Moderator

    I’m unable to reproduce the issue (wp 4.1/bp 2.1.1). Both theme – 2014 and Tempura – are working correctly and as expected.

    If you uncheck the Toolbar in BP settings, there is no toolbar on the page for logged out user. Actually there is one on your page!

    With 2014, the login/logout button in the left sidebar, by default
    With Tempura, you have to add the login widget (dashboard > appearence > widget) yourself.

    #231047
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    Vibral
    Participant

    Thanks for replying @danbp

    I’ve acted on all your notes, but there are still some issues. First in terms of what I did:
    1. I did go ahead and upgrade the theme, but I also switched the theme to twenty-fourteen as I saw a buddypress video where this theme was in use and gave good results in terms of buddy press.
    2. I’ve removed the definition as per your ticket link
    3. I’ve refreshed my pages removing duplicates
    4. I’ve deactivated the ‘Show the Toolbar for logged out users’

    The issues I still have:
    1. The buddybar that I want is in my wp-admin, but not on my site. In fact there is an even better buddybar right here on this page (look up) which has the link to buddypress.org and “My Sites” which is needed for me since I’m running multisites. How can I get this bar on my site?
    2. Having followed your instructions, there’s no toolbar at all, which is not what I want; I do want users who aren’t logged in to be able to do so without my added links in the site itself to a log/reg page

    Please advise; thanks in advance

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