I fixed this by creating a new file named buddypress.php to place in my theme (child theme) on the same level as the page.php, single.php, style.css etc.
Buddypress then uses that buddypress.php page for all of it’s content.
The buddypress.php file is simply a copy of page.php with the call for sidebar commented out.
<?php /* get_sidebar(); */ ?>
I then needed to adjust main content div to be 100%, or in my case simple remove the ID tag that called the css to limit the width of the “left content” to 73%.
Hope that helps.
Ha, somehow didn’t realize this question was over a year old. Maybe the info will help someone else.
How to itself to adjust sidebar as on this website? spin palace nz
That might just be the most useful and easy to implement thing anyone has ever told me about buddypress. So simple when you know how. Thank you, @Damon18.
I set up a side bar right and left,
but there’s no any side bar display on my website, why ?
some one can help me ?