I posted elsewhere about the default theme, and therefore my child theme, throwing up a nastily unformatted page when a View permalink is clicked in the Activity stream. @thekmen made these suggestions;
it’s pretty easy to theme, in your child theme, just add:
for default theming after the get_header call in members/single/activity/permalink.php of your child theme.
Don’t forget to close off the extra DIVS though.
Sorry, forgot, you will need to add
locate_template( array( ‘sidebar.php’ ), true )
just above get_footer() in that file.
… which didn’t work, unfortunately. I’m struggling with BP theming, as it’s certainly not straightforward compared to a standard WP one. While I said that the View link seemed absolutely useless, and many of our target audience won’t know what the heck it is, I’d like to pull the theme back on track. It’s the base BP Default theme which is at fault, and I don’t know how to make this particular view/page display in the same way as every other.