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    Pietro
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    @pietro_sferrino

    Guys …
    I don’t understand …
    I have Registration and Activation Pages …
    But I can not use them to build a MenuVoice …
    How can I use them to make people register? I don’t understand …
    Of course I checked if Pages are well set in the BB Settings, and they are. But if I go in Settings/Menu, I do not have that pages in the list of all of them.
    And in WP-Dashboard/Pages, they are there too …
    So what ??? :oO

    Thank You.
    Pietro

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    Henry Wright
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    @henrywright

    Hi @pietro_sferrino,

    What’s a MenuVoice?

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    Pietro
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    @pietro_sferrino

    Hi @henrywright:)
    Well … How do you call it? A Menu item … :)

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    Henry Wright
    Moderator

    @henrywright

    BuddyPress should automatically create registration and activation pages for you. You can check by going to your website. For example example.com/registration or example.com/activate.

    To create a WordPress navigation menu and add the activation and registration pages to it, see the WordPress Menu User Guide.

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    Pietro
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    @pietro_sferrino

    Well …
    Ok … Probably I was tired and I wrote all in a very confused way in my first message … :)

    I do have both pages, Register and Activate …
    But I do NOT see them in the menu. I can not add them in the navigation because I see, for instance: groups, members and activity (and in fact I build navigation menus for that 3 pages… But I do not find there that 2 pages …

    Now, after you gave me the urls, they actually works. But I didn’t find a way to build navigation menu. Once I have URLs now. I will try to build navigation menus as url-menus.

    But, I am still confused …
    Because I do not even find a way to shouw a LOGIN FORM …
    Is here a BP Login Form I can show in a page (other than the default http://www.sample.com/wp-admin, of course!)

    Thanks again.
    Pietro

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    @mercime
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    @mercime

    @pietro_sferrino Go to Appearance > Menus and click on the “Screen Options” tab near the upper right hand corner of your screen. Then check BuddyPress to show on screen. You’ll find the new BP metabox with all BP links including the Register page which you can add directly to your main/secondary navigation menu/s. Only the Activate page is not included there.

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    Pietro
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    @pietro_sferrino

    Ohhh …
    I found that !!!

    SORRY …
    I was looking in the PAGE LIST! Stupid Me! Now I found the BuddyPressPANEL to add menu !!!

    THANK YOU @mercime
    Just 2 more things, please …

    1 – HOW TO ADD A FRONT-END LOGIN FORM. I do NOT want people see the wp-default form for login. I want to show it in a front-end page. Actually, is not a matter of what I want … that is ho it HAS to work … :(

    2 – Would it be possible to build an own Profile Page, where I can add MY particular short codes ??? I would like to show in every profile page (so it would be password-protected) something like [gravityform…] or [appointments] or [select-teacher], etc …

    Thank You one more time !!!
    PIETRO ^_^

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    Henry Wright
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    @henrywright

    Hi again @pietro_sferrino,

    1 – HOW TO ADD A FRONT-END LOGIN FORM. I do NOT want people see the wp-default form for login. I want to show it in a front-end page. Actually, is not a matter of what I want … that is ho it HAS to work

    Theme My Login is the plugin to handle that for you. Give it a try here: https://wordpress.org/plugins/theme-my-login/

    Point 2 is a little more complicated, yes it can certainly be done but it will require you to create a template. For information on the BuddyPress template hierarchy, see here: https://codex.buddypress.org/themes/theme-compatibility-1-7/template-hierarchy/

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    Pietro
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    @pietro_sferrino

    Yes. Hi once again! ^_^
    … Ok … Thank You …

    About point 1, I am trying UserPro …
    I will see how it works, then I will decide …

    About point 2 …
    Ohhh … well … yes … it seems to be a serious deal … … …

    I HAVE TO STUDY THAT …

    I just had a first look … and I have to understand that …

    If I need to make available PER EACH member, some PRIVATE CONTENT … What should I edit then ??? Not the page.php, because it would change all pages, right … If I need to customize JUST the “Single Member Pages”, then I could edit:
    /buddypress/members/single/index.php – If this template file is used in your theme, all member pages will use this template. BP will look to use this if the other four templates mentioned above are not found

    Mmm …
    I am not really sure I understood …
    If I add there [my shortcode], it will be seen only in the member page, correct … ???

    Would it be something like a PRIVATE PORTAL ???

    Sorry for giving so many questions!
    Pietro

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    Henry Wright
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    @henrywright

    Regarding point 2, take a look at this answer on Stack Overflow: http://stackoverflow.com/a/24763715/1709033

    It tries to explain how the BuddyPress template hierarchy works… :)

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