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Couple of questions

  • Avatar of mbraam
    mbraam
    Participant

    @mbraam-1

    Hello,

    For a couple of weeks I work with this great plugin Buddypress, but I want to change some things or looking for some options but I cant find where. I hope someone can help me out.

    1. Registration page
    At our registration page, I wan`t a simple option agree or disagree.
    If I make that option in the profile on (basic) it is visible on the registration page but also when you edit you own profile. So how can I hide it on the profile page?

    2. Profile
    - Is it possible for me as a admin or moderator to edit an other profile, because I can`t find that option. If I look it up in the admin the “custom” field are not visible, I see the basic fields from WordPress profile.
    - Some fields you have to enter in the registration page but later not in your profile. For example every user gets an code by email they have the enter that code after that only we admins and mods can edit that code.

    3. Groups
    On the group page I want to make an custom group page. That worked, but now I want on the right side an widget where you can search for a specific group even for this I searched but now right plugin :(

    I know I ask allot but if someone can help me out with these things I much appreciate it.

    Friendly regards,
    Michael

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  • Avatar of mbraam
    mbraam
    Participant

    @mbraam-1

    Well I found all the options in the default theme … the one we bought doesn`t have some options.

    The only option I need to find is:
    1. Registration page
    At our registration page, I wan`t a simple option agree or disagree.
    If I make that option in the profile on (basic) it is visible on the registration page but also when you edit you own profile. So how can I hide it on the profile page?

    Avatar of terraling
    terraling
    Participant

    @terraling

    On a user’s own profile page the class “my-account” is added to the body, so you can add a style to your CSS to hide it only on the profile page. E.g. if the element has the id=”agree-or-not”, then

    body.my-account #agree-or-not {display: none;}

    should do it.

    Avatar of mbraam
    mbraam
    Participant

    @mbraam-1

    Thanks!!!

    Didn`t find that code so I added this one:

       
    <style type="text/css">
    .field_offer-approval{
    display:none;
    }
    </style>
    

    And it worked :)

    Is there also an option that I can say only admins or moderators can edit a field?

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