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Modifying output of template_notices.

  • Khairul


    Hi everyone!

    I’m looking for a way to modify the output of template notices (i.e. remove ‘p’ tags, etc)

    I’m still looking through the tons of php codes for that string…=(

    Would be great if you could point me to the file.


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  • Maybe investigate bp_core_render_message(); you could unhook that from template_notices, and re-add your own version to suit your requirements.

    Roger Coathup


    @Khairul We’ve just worked on that this week.

    Whilst, the template message is stored in $bp->template_message, it is also stored as a cookie.

    It’s the text in the cookie that’s predominantly used (on page refresh) for the notice. To overwrite / change the content once a message had been set, we had to change the cookie.

    As @djpaul says, if it’s just to strip paragraphs etc. you could look at the filter bp_core_render_message_content.

    Unfortunately, the `

    ` around it is hardcoded in the core function – and difficult to strip out without hacking the core function.

    @djpaul — perhaps that’s some output html that needs removing from the core, and moving into the theme in a future release

    Tickets and/or patches welcome ;)



    Eek! Okidokies, thank you!

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