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How to make a copy of the new drop down profile menu buddybar

  • Tiago


    Hello, okay? I wonder if you have to make a copy or something like the new menu BuddyPress, one that only works in version 3.3 of WP. I would like to copy the drop down part of the “Notifications” and the other the profile of who is logged on to another area of the theme. I captured the screen and I edited for you to understand what I like to do:
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  • Developer ICAN



    I need to so the same here. I want to just mimic this bar and put it somewhere else on my site – ie perhaps in the navigational area just below the header?

    You ever find out how to do this?

    Thanks in advance!



    I’m also looking for a similar solution to this, it’s just so unlogical to have such a fine working BuddyBar “My Accounts” but in such a place where it simply gets burried.
    I am using mostly widgets together with the main navigation. And I would so desperately just want to add THAT menu, into my own excisting menu’s if I only knew how. Or add it to a widget I would settle for that as well. It’s too bad this isn’t a standard function from Buddypress cause I really don’t like letting people into my wordpress backend. So I would prefer to disable the Admin bar for my members. But now I can’t because then they don’t have a menu.
    I also tested the new Buddypress componants in wordpress custom menu’s this is a good step in the right direction. But you don’t have links like to someone’s forum topics, favorites, subscribed etc. Like you have in the buddybar. Or going to the Change avatar link, just too many goodies to miss to leave out the admin bar now.
    Can someone help out here?

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