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Changing the generic “Registering for this site is easy” tag line.


  • Kristian Yngve
    Participant

    @kristianngve

    I’m looking to customize the “Registering for this site is easy. Just fill in the fields below, and we’ll get a new account set up for you in no time.”

    I can’t find it anywhere as I’m guessing it must be automatically generated from elsewhere.

    Anyone know exactly where I can find and tweak this line of text?

    Many thanks to you guys.

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  • Kristian Yngve
    Participant

    @kristianngve

    https://buddypress.org/support/topic/how-to-edit-the-text-in-registration-page/

    I have found and followed this as best I can, my Template Overload File is in this root:

    Wp-content/themes/child-theme/buddypress/register.php/

    The problem is, I think, that Buddypress isn’t finding my Template Overload File in my child-folder.

    Should the ideal root for Template Overload Files be
    Wp-content/themes/buddypress/register.php/ ??

    It’s driving me crazy how most of my buddypress tweaks I make go with no affect at all.


    Kristian Yngve
    Participant

    @kristianngve

    After clearing the cache and browser history, it seems to have nothing to do with the root.

    But the only option I have for this Template Overload File to work is to tweak the file itself.


    Kristian Yngve
    Participant

    @kristianngve

    BOOM!! cracked the issue.

    The instructed root was missing vital info that could save a lot of us the headache…

    IT IS NOT /my-theme/buddypress/ as instructed the Template Overload File.

    IT IS: /my-theme/buddypress/members/

    to then save your file in that folder.

    Ladies and gentlemen, you’re welcome.


    Hugo Ashmore
    Moderator

    @hnla

    @kristianngve
    No it isn’t missing vital info, the clarification is directly after the instruction on naming convention for the BP folders in a child theme.

    N.B. Inside the subfolder ‘community’ you must preserve the path structure/folders that exist in the BP original /buddypress/ folder so /activity/ must be created to hold index.php or any of the other activity templates.

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