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How to add styled Buddypress Pages to non Buddypress Theme

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  • @mercime


    If there’s a tutorial on how to convert the default pages into buddypress ones I’d take that too.

    BuddyPress components are in fact inserted into the default pages (page.php) of WordPress themes and have only the basic styles so that the elements of the BP components would take on the styles set up by your theme for a more seamless integration.

    If the BP pages are showing as full-width, it could most probably be because the default page of your premium theme is full-width in the first place. To make all BP pages 2 columns, find your theme’s template with a 2-column layout and copy source code over to a new file named buddypress.php, save and then upload buddypress.php to your theme folder in server. If this doesn’t work out for you, please contact the premium theme author to help you set up the buddypress.php file to 2 columns. Good luck!

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