Customizing profile page navigation strip
When you look at a user’s profile, there is a navigation strip (a div with id=”item-nav” which contains another div with the UL items) which has the following elements:
Activity | Profile | Blogs() | Messages | Friends () | Groups () | Settings.
I’m trying to work out how and where that is generated so that I can modify it (for example, omit ‘blogs’ which my users won’t have) and also to re-use it elsewhere.
I’m using a theme which uses it as-is in the header, for example.
But what I want to do, specifically, is to create a main navigation bar for my pages which looks something like this (reading down rather than across as it will appear):
— Your activity
— Your groups
How do I extract some of those user-specific navigation elements to be able to use them in my menus? (And, where best-practice-wise should I do it? Presumably altering the buddypress files directly is a no-no.)
I’d be really grateful if someone could give me some pointers as to how it works to get me started. I’ve been digging around but am finding this bit a little opaque.
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