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control location of error messages

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    shanebp
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    @shanebp

    Looking for hints re how to control the location of error messages.
    For example, changing avatar: “Upload Failed! Error was: No file was uploaded.”
    This message appears at the top of the Profile Area – so it is easily missed.

    Anyone know how to control where the output of bp_core_add_message appears?
    IOW. How to control where the message is rendered on the page ?
    Or how to control where the class=”error” div is rendered?

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    Virtuali
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    @gunju2221

    You will have to manually move all of the `<div class="error"` In the bp-core, avatar uploads.php to the locations of your liking in the file.

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    shanebp
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    @shanebp

    I see no instance of <div class="error" in bp-core files.
    But there are plenty of bp_core_add_message calls.

    Anyone know where bp_core_add_message is defined?

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    Virtuali
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    @gunju2221

    I can tell you, that it’s not defined as bp_core_add_message.

    The messages are a Div class defined in default CSS from buddypress. And the messages are placed in the same position in the php file in every instance you are seeing. There is no universal function for this.

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    shanebp
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    @shanebp

    Thanks for the info.

    Yes, we saw div#message and .error in default.css.

    But there must be a place in the code where the div is rendered to the page.
    Anyone know where that place is?

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    abysshorror
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    @abysshorror

    Bump. I’m trying to add some styling to the error messages using jGrowl.

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