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Toolbar disappeared with “Show the Toolbar for logged out users” checked


  • mubiesam
    Participant

    @mubiesam

    Toolbar? (user profile picture of buddypress on the top right) disappeared.

    “Show the Toolbar for logged out users” was checked.
    Related plugins installed: BuddyPress Registration Options / Super Socializer

    It was there, but not sure what was the cause, now it disappeared.

    Any help to point a direction is appreciated.

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  • Venutius
    Moderator

    @venutius

    The buddyPress toolbar is also the WordPress Toolbar. There is no function in BuddyPress to hide the toolbar completely, however there are a number of general wordpress plugins that will completely hide the toolbar.

    I remember squirrelling around one site to find what had caused this and it turned out to be a front end publishing plugin that had a default setting to hide the toolbar.

    So my first question is this – are you sure it’s BuddyPress causing this? have you deactivated all other plugins and still get the problem with BP loaded?


    mubiesam
    Participant

    @mubiesam

    As stated “It was there, but not sure what was the cause, now it disappeared.”

    I had removed all 3 plugins…BuddyPress, BuddyPress Registration Options, and Super Socializer. While installed back the Super Socializer, found something weird…

    My multisite main site https://johocen.com/ show the toolbar correctly, but subsite https://lt.johocen.com/ just disappeared.

    It means, without BuddyPress and BuddyPress Registration Options, the toolbar problem is still there, but what happened was, https://lt.johocen.com/ is the only site installed with these 2 plugins.

    It sounds strange, but it seems the toolbar was disappeared right after I had added this line at the end of bp-registration-options/includes/core.php
    add_action( 'the_champ_user_successfully_created', 'bp_registration_options_notify_pending_user', 10, 1 );
    But now even I had removed BuddyPress and BuddyPress Registration Options, the problem is still there.

    I noticed that even the plugin removed, but the database created for plugin is still stored, is there a way to completely removed the plugin and it’s db?

    This problem is driving me crazy, any help is highly appreciated.


    mubiesam
    Participant

    @mubiesam

    I should say “https://lt.johocen.com/ is the only site installed activated with these 2 plugins.


    vapvarun
    Participant

    @vapvarun

    @mubiesam Try to activate BuddyPress at the network level.


    mubiesam
    Participant

    @mubiesam

    @vapvarun did change to activate BuddyPress at the network level, but only https://lt.johocen.com/ will not display the toolbar, the other 2 sites are OK.

    Will it be conflict with the theme used? where should i look into?

    Your suggestion is highly appreciated.
    Sam


    mubiesam
    Participant

    @mubiesam

    Finally found the cause is the Woocommerce plugin which disappeared the toolbar, a solution recommended by @alicia250 solved the problem.
    Thanks

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