Search Results for 'toolbar'
Topic: WP V 4.7.2
I can’t seem to get the Login button to appear on my site. I’ve been trying repeatedly and it won’t engage, and yes, I’ve gone to Settings> BuddyPress> Options> Main Settings> Toolbar> and ticked the Show the Toolbar for logged out users option.
Still nothing. Arrrrrrrrgh! CRSforums.com
I am using buddypress and bbpress. I got a problem in forum notification. For subscribed forum, I get email for both new topic and reply. But I do not get notification for NEW TOPIC in website profile toolbar (for reply, its working fine). Can anyone help me out?
I have Buddypress installed on a Multisite, on site 2 of the multisite.
Site 1 is the outward facing main website. Site 2 is the “locked down” members only community, powered by Buddypress.
Problem is, when a logged in user ventures from Site 2 into Site 1, they are met with the WordPress toolbar across the top of the page… which doesn’t look very nice in comparison to my theme. How can I remove the toolbar to logged in Subscribers?
Thanks in advance,
Topic: Change BuddyPress Login Link
So I’m using the buddypress Login/register links in my header, but the login link redirects to the standard wordpress page, my theme came with a custom login page so I’d like to use that page, how could I achieve that?
Did some research on here and Google but all I get are toolbar plugins and code that doesn’t work…
Thanks in advance!
I use WP version 4.7, RamboPro theme 2.5 and BuddyPress
After installing Woocommerce, the toolbar disappeared for regular users (users higher than ‘contributor’ do see the toolbar).
There is 1 closed topic in this forums addressing this, yet the solutions do not work for me:
1. Henry Wright suggested the following
“I think WooCommerce might disable the admin bar but I’m not entirely sure why. Try adding this to your theme’s functions.php file:
add_filter( ‘woocommerce_disable_admin_bar’, ‘__return_false’ );”
However, this will permanently show the toolbar, even for users who are not logged in (which is what I want to avoid).
Does anyone know a good solution?
How can I let my users edit their profile pictures and cover image and any other info without seeing the backend of my site to do so? I also don’t want the buddypress users to see a toolbar when logged in.
There are two links on the left side of the admin toolbar: Login & Register
How do you remove them? does Buddypress add them? and where is the option to disable them if so?