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  • RafVin
    Participant

    @rafvin

    Good evening, I would like to question.

    I would like to hide from the activities page, the tab “all members” and make sure that on that page to show only tasks that appear in the tab “Personal”, the reshares (the reshares are handled by the plug-in of BP reshare imath ), the activities of groups that have registered (updates, new discussions, answers the discussions, updates of users also who are not my friends) and the activities of friends (all I publish my friends who are in the tab My Profile – activities – friends)

    So I would like to divide the assets as has facebook.

    You can kindly help me?

    My WordPress version is 4.3.1., That BuddyPress is 2.3.4. I have the theme Kleo. My site is still under development.

    Thank you.

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  • RafVin
    Participant

    @rafvin

    There is nobody who can help me?

    Thank you.


    William_Oneb
    Participant

    @william_oneb

    @RafVin Here’s how to hide “All Members” tab with CSS.

    Find a file called “style.css” in the wordpress active theme, add the code below and re-upload the file.

    #buddypress div.item-list-tabs ul li.selected a {
        display: none !important;
    }
    

    Warning! When you update your theme, you’ll loose these CSS changes so try doing this in a child theme if you’d like to retain the changes when you update your theme.

    Showing custom tasks under personal? Well that requires some custom PHP coding or probably a plugin. Hopefully, someone will help you with this.


    mrjarbenne
    Participant

    @mrjarbenne

    Alternatively, something like this might do what you want:

    https://github.com/r-a-y/bp-activity-home


    RafVin
    Participant

    @rafvin

    Thank you for answering.

    mrjarbenne: I have to copy the entire contents of the file that you’ve linked in function.php?

    Thanks a lot.


    mrjarbenne
    Participant

    @mrjarbenne

    Sorry for the late reply. No. That file is a plugin, it just hasn’t been put in a folder like you would normally find plugins. You can download that file and then put it in a folder (call it BP-Activity-Home or something like that: just no spaces, and then put it in wp-content/plugins by FTP’ing it, or zip it up and upload that zip file from the dashboard of your blog.

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