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  • shanebp
    Moderator

    @shanebp

    Did you try deleting those shortcodes from those pages?
    Did you assign the Register page to BuddyPress?
    Please read this…

    BP does not handle a login page.
    There are many free WordPress plugins that handle customizing login screens.


    sydlyisaacs
    Participant

    @sydlyisaacs

    Thanks!

    I ended up going with the Youzer plugin that let’s you customize the member directory, registration, and login pretty extensively. Would recommend to anyone else having a similar dilemma.

    Good to know that your problem is solved using paid plugin but If someone faces same problem it’s easy to solve.

    If you didn’t know buddypress has list of shortcodes for almost everything. Find it here – https://codex.bbpress.org/features/shortcodes/

    For Account pages below shortcodes will be handy. You just need to create new pages and paste [shortcode] in your pages.

    [bbp-login] – Display the login screen.
    [bbp-register] – Display the register screen.
    [bbp-lost-pass] – Display the lost password screen.

    to set dynamic login pages follow below.

    1) From your admin dashboard goto settings > Buddypress.

    2) look for tab named Pages.

    3) Select your register and activate pages.


    @sydlyisaacs
    Youzer plugin will do the same but it gives you simpler interface to manage your pages.


    gringaNC
    Participant

    @gringanc

    Dumb question, but is bbpress the same thing as buddypress? Will the bbp shortcodes work on Buddypress? Without a plugin? We have seen other references that [bc-…] are shortcodes for BuddyPress, where as [bbp-…] is for BBpress.

    Use case: We’re trying to have our own login page and hide the WordPress bar for non-admin users. The login does not need to be a WordPress.com login for our purposes.


    gringaNC
    Participant

    @gringanc

    To add to the above, please note that I tried the above shortcodes *and* hid the WordPress admin bar for regular users. The Login page assigned with the [bbp-login] shortcode still showed the Register page for an unauthenticated user. I’m struggling to show the login form without showing the WP admin bar at the top of the page.

    I strongly suspect that users will be confused by a WordPress-wide login and would like to keep this to regular users registering within the confines of this site without a separate overarching WordPress menu. It’s fine if that winds up being a WordPress login, but I would like for these to be located in-page rather than in a separate menu.

    I’m using BuddyPress 8.0.0 and the latest version of WordPress.

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