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Member’s Posts Displayed by Default on Profile Page instead of under Posts Tab


  • mbaysf
    Participant

    @mbaysf

    I am trying to find a solution to display member’s posts in member profile page at link /members/membername/ instead of default behavior of displaying the posts under posts tab at
    /members/membername/posts

    Many social media sites, member profile shows member posts upon landing. I am using wordpress and I am assuming other folks might have similar requirements.

    Thanks

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  • mbaysf
    Participant

    @mbaysf

    Another solution I can implement is to insert the view I created (that shows author’s posts) into related source php file. Which source code can I add the view within Buddypress ?


    Mathieu Viet
    Moderator

    @imath

    Hi @mbaysf

    I’m curious, as BuddyPress doesn’t display WordPress posts written by a member into their individual page, what Theme, Plugin or custom code are you using to create this posts tab?


    mbaysf
    Participant

    @mbaysf

    Hi @imath,

    I am using commercial bimber theme, available from themeforest site.
    Apparently the theme created this post tab under bp user profile, not using any plugin.

    Adding the “authors posts view” to member-header.php did not work. Any other source file to try ?


    vapvarun
    Participant

    @vapvarun

    @mbaysf it’s your theme-specific customization, display post tab is not BuddyPress default feature.


    mbaysf
    Participant

    @mbaysf

    @vapvarun, correct, if I was to use the theme’s post tab to be default, I would go after theme customization.

    I have to rephrase my original question:

    “I will not use my theme’s posts tab. I am trying to find out which BP source file to add a view that shows member’s own posts.”


    mbaysf
    Participant

    @mbaysf

    For everybody’s information: found out the file to modify

    mytheme/buddypress/members/single/profile.php

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