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Building Link to My Friends Activity

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    Burt Adsit
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    @burtadsit

    $bp['loggedin_userid'] is the global userid for the logged in user.

    So that url you described above would be:


    <a href="<?php echo bp_core_get_userurl($bp['loggedin_userid']) ?>activity/my-friends">Your Friends Activity</a>


    Because bp_core_get_userurl() returns this:


    return $bp['root_domain'] . '/' . MEMBERS_SLUG . '/' . $ud->user_login . '/';


    bp-core.php, bp_core_get_userurl()

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    jvinch
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    @jvinch

    Hmmm Burt – that generates http://domain.com/activity/my-friends – and obviously an error page.

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    Burt Adsit
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    @burtadsit

    lemme try it in the browser…

    Yep. I see the problem:


    <a href="<?php global $bp; echo bp_core_get_userurl($bp['loggedin_userid']) ?>activity/my-friends">Your Friends Activity</a>


    That works. Wasn’t working for me either. I’m not trying this in a bp theme. Because I hadn’t declared that I wanted to play with $bp it resolves to nothing.

    Don’t know where you are using this but withing the scope of usage of that var you have to declare you want to use it.

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    jvinch
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    @jvinch

    Works like a champ. Thanks.

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    jvinch
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    @jvinch

    While we’re at it, Burt – what would the code be if I wanted to print the name of the currently logged in user on screen?

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