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Include/load all scripts necessary for BuddyPress on a custom profile page


  • jgasba
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    @jgasba

    I’m trying to integrate BuddyPress into a theme I’m working with. This theme already has a profile page and I’m trying to include BuddyPress content inside it, mainly forums infos and privates messages functionalities.

    I’m using bp-nouveau template parts and the inclusion seems to work as some html is passed on but no content. One of the reasons I think is because the page does not load buddypress scripts.

    in short: How can I make the plugin to display private messages on a custom profile page?

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  • jgasba
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    @jgasba

    I have included the .js scripts but BuddyPress seems to not detect my profile page as a proper place to output content about a user.

    For example when I do bp_get_template_part('members/single/activity'); I receive this output on the profile page (empty tags)

    <nav class="bp-navs bp-subnavs no-ajax" id="subnav" role="navigation" aria-label="Menu des activit├ęs">
    	<ul class="subnav">
    	</ul>
    </nav>

    And a similar thing happens when using bp_get_template_part( 'members/single/messages' ); or other template parts.

    How can I setup this so that BuddyPress recognises my profile page as a valid profile page where to output info and what should I use in my template to make BuddyPress load the proper scripts/actions/functions/objects to make it work?

    Thanks in advance for any clue to point me in the right direction.


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