Killing the @mention function
I’am currently trying to hide the @mention function to users of my website. So i’ve put the following code in the “bp-custom.php” file :
It seems to work well, the “mention” navigation menu is hidden.
But i have one problem left. There is still a reference to the mention function on the “notifications settings” page, which asks the user if he wants to have an email sent when someone mention him somewhere with the @mention function.
I’ve found out that this display is made by the function “bp_activity_screen_notification_settings” in the “bp-activity.php” file, which basically just prints a table and then is added to the “bp_notification_settings” hook :
add_action( ‘bp_notification_settings’, ‘bp_activity_screen_notification_settings’, 1 );
So my question is : shall I remove this action and write another function which doesnt display the mentions settings ? or is there any better solution ?
Oh, i’ve forgot to say that i’m a new buddypress/wp user
Thank you in advance, any help is welcome.
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