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  • deanparkr
    Member

    @deanparkr

    Hi

    My sidebar appears below my buddypress pages. I have tried editing all the files outlined in Step 3 however nothing changes. Even if I delete for example /activity/index.php the page looks exactly the same.

    Its as if Buddypress isnt even looking at the index.php files in all sub pages. I have just deleted the entire /activity folder and yet the page still exists on the website with the sidebar underneath. Very confusing!

    The site in question is: http://goo.gl/xOlFz

    Am I missing something obvious?

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  • @mercime
    Keymaster

    @mercime

    The link above leads to page with requires username and password.

    Could very well be some missing closing or extra one. Which of the two methods did you use for Step 3? Changing 16 BP template files or using header-buddypress.php etc?


    deanparkr
    Member

    @deanparkr

    Hi,

    Username and Password are both “khurram” sorry about that!

    If you take a look at the register you should be able to see the issues. I am using the 16 BP template files method. My problem is that no matter what I change in those files nothing changes on the main website, even if I delete the 16 BP files.

    I only have one theme on the site and the files are placed in the correct theme but they do not seem to take effect. Very strange!


    @mercime
    Keymaster

    @mercime

    You can use the 2nd method with Twenty Eleven theme. Here’s a walkthrough for the child theme. You’ll find Step 3 using 2nd method on page 2 and some style tweaks on page 3.

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