Intergrating BP with existing WordPress Theme
Hello all, before I get started I have spent a good deal of the day searching the forums and trying bits and pieces but I figured I would create a new thread in hopes to salvage whats left of my unproductive day.
Now the good stuff, I am using a Theme based on Woothemes Fresh News, worked perfectly, so I decide to add buddypress 1.1.3 to the mix and wanted to use my current theme over the BP theme. I saw Andy’s post that all you have to do is copy over the files from bp-sn-parent to my current theme and it would work, so I did that and it works… somewhat
I have uploaded the following directories and files to my current active theme from the bp-sn-parent folder:
Then I opened style.css from the bp-sn-parent and copied and pasted the contents into my current style.css.
/* Font styles */
@import url( _inc/css/fonts/12px.css );
/* Layout styles for home page, internal pages and blog/directory pages */
@import url( _inc/css/layout/home-page/3c-right.css );
@import url( _inc/css/layout/internal-pages/3c-left.css );
@import url( _inc/css/layout/blog-dir-pages/2c-right.css );
/* Admin bar styles */
@import url( _inc/css/adminbar.css );
/* Default example styles — these should be your own styles in a child theme */
@import url( _inc/css/screen.css );
/// THE ISSUES
The homepage has the admin bar up top just without any styling (i.e drop down colors, admin bar background) but its there. When I go to a member profile page the admin bar is running down the side not up top where it belongs and the rest of the page has no styling attached. So what am I missing here? None of the styling is attached to my custom theme. I typed all this because im sure other people have this problem maybe this thread can help them.
Thank you all
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