“I am working with a two column site where i installed BuddyPress”
Not clear whether your current theme is WordPress theme with BP Template Pack or are you using child theme of bp-default theme. Adding sidebar to bp-component pages involves the same amount of work as adding a sidebar to a regular WordPress theme. You might also want to check this out – https://wordpress.org/extend/themes/bp-columns
Hi, Thanks mercime. I am using a wordpress three column theme with the BP template pack. For now my BP component pages(activities, fourms etc) not showing any sidebar. Hope it is clear now. Thanks!
@prionkor yes, it’s clear now. You would have to add the 2nd sidebar yourself in the files moved over to your active WP theme when you went through the BP Template Pack Process.
Here’s a walk-through example which could give you some clues on what to expect or how to proceed – https://codex.buddypress.org/theme-development/bp-template-pack-walkthrough-level-easy-2/