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[resolved] Issue with navigation – buddybar

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    Adam
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    @adam_wordpress

    So I am trying do something such as:

    `<a href="messages/inbox”>Inbox`

    It doesn’t work.

    For example if I am on the page of website/forums/activity that following link will take me to website/forums/activity/inbox.

    It should take me to website/members/user/messages/inbox/

    Whats going on with this link?

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    Adam
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    @adam_wordpress

    bump. can i please get some help with this issue

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    valuser
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    @valuser

    I use

    `<a href="/members/display_name; echo $userName;?>/messages/inbox”>My Mail`

    and it appears to work.

    but this could be refined by someone who knows how to do these things. I’m making it up as i go.

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    Adam
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    @adam_wordpress

    @valuser – The code snippet doesn’t work because of the poorly formed url link. Did you mean:

    `<a href="/members/display_name /messages/inbox”>My Mail`

    in that case you wouldn’t need display name – how ever the echo part does not echo a user name at all. in fact all I get is members/display_name/activity

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    valuser
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    @valuser

    try this just might work-please let me know

    `<a href="”>My Mail`

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    valuser
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    @valuser

    Copied from https://plugins.svn.wordpress.org/buddybar-widget/trunk/buddybar-widget.php

    `<a href="”>Messages`
    or
    `<a href="”>Inbox`

    `<a href="/sentbox”>Sent`

    and so on

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    Adam
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    @adam_wordpress

    @valuser – Thank you so much it worked :D

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