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Some margin of privatizing buddypress

  • I tried to privatize my buddypress site, but really not to much avail but I have a little solution that could help.

    1. Install plugin “Add All Nav Links to BP Adminbar’ and do all your fidgeting.
    2. Hide admin bar for logged out users
    3. Install “BuddyPress Sliding Login Panel”
    4. Relocate your admin bar with this code in your theme style.css
    ‘/* Relocate Admin-Bar */
    body { padding-top: 0px !important; }
    #wp-admin-bar {
    bottom: 0 !important;
    position: fixed !important;
    top: auto !important;
    #wp-admin-bar ul {
    bottom: 27px;
    #wp-admin-bar ul li:hover ul ul, #wp-admin-bar li.sfhover ul li ul{
    bottom: auto;
    position: relative;

    /* END Relocate Admin-bar */

    Do not show your widgets for buddypress. I’m still working on that to show them somewhere for logged in users.

    You can see how I did it here:

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