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Buddypress Hierchy Chart


  • concrain
    Participant

    @russelrocketpopmediacom

    anybody got one. I would love to see how this is laid out.

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  • concrain
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    @russelrocketpopmediacom

    Sorry just realized that i misspelled “Hierarchy” Chart

    Thanks guys


    Jean-Pierre Michaud
    Participant

    @nexia

    hum, hierarchy of what?


    concrain
    Participant

    @russelrocketpopmediacom

    of BuddyPress I am interested in understanding how it all works together


    concrain
    Participant

    @russelrocketpopmediacom

    the file structure, or the templates

    they would both be helpful.


    David Lewis
    Participant

    @takeo

    I don’t believe the BP theme as a template hierarchy. All of the template in the parent theme are required. I would say.


    John James Jacoby
    Keymaster

    @johnjamesjacoby

    To be honest, there really isn’t one, at least not on paper. I can’t say that WordPress has one either.

    It isn’t really about how the pieces fit, as much as it’s about how you adapt them to fit your needs. This is similar to WordPress, where it started as blogging software but people bend it around backwards to work in other ways.

    Without sounding too much like a broken record, the about page sums up almost all of the functionalities of BP; none of them are more important than the others. It’s up to a good theme designer and code slinger to bring those components out and emphasize their importance to a community website.


    concrain
    Participant

    @russelrocketpopmediacom

    Thanks for the great advice. I will def incorporate an IDE in the future; that sounds like a great idea. I guess you understand where im at with wordpress mu and buddypress. Im just trying to grasp how this thing works

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