I seem to be in a spot of bother. I want to disable the wordpress toolbar from my site. I know how to disable it through BuddyPress however when it is disabled I lose the menu in the top right corner that has the links to profile, messages, notifications and so on.
I am thinking of 2 solutions for this:
1) A widget I can place on a side bar that has all the functions of the BuddyPress menu. I’ve looked through a fair amount of plug ins but can’t seem to find anything like what I am looking for. So does something like this exist? I have seen several plug ins that can give me widgets for some functions, but nothing that will get me to the profile page that is created within BuddyPress.
2) I create a profile page and add the BuddyPress profile elements to that page. However, I can not find any short codes that will help me on this.
I am open to suggestions and being pointed in the right direction. I would like to use BuddyPress on my site as other plug ins I intend to use work well with this, but having the black toolbar at the top making it blatantly obvious it is a wordpress site is making it a deal breaker for me.
I am sorry if this is making me sound entitled but I am working on an extremely tight budget and even tighter deadline, and my web developer messed me around giving me false hope of helping me out till I was about to start development. I’m running out of options. The only thing I can promise is to give praise to the BuddyPress community on my company website… When I get around to building it after I built this site.
Thank you for your time.
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