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    NikB on #27700

    Hi there

    I’ve just come across this great plug-in which is (almost) exactly what I needed but have run into a few difficulties that I wonder if you could possibly comment on as follows –

    1. I’m using WP Job Manager – WooCommerce Paid Listings which adds a My Packages table to the Dashboard tab of the Woocommerce My Account page. Would there be any way of adding this to the Buddypress profile page in the same way as the other Woocommerce tabs (eg. Orders etc.)? Note: I’m guessing this is a similar request as for adding Subscriptions etc. I appreciate it may require some custom coding so don’t expect a full solution but if you could possibly point me in the right direction, that would be very much appreciated.

    2. With the plug-in activated, all the links on the Woocommerce My Account page seem to be diverting to My Profile even though I have deactivated the redirect to BuddyPress profile page options. (Note: this isn’t a major issue as long as I can move everything into the Buddypress profile then I will deactivate the My Account page anyway, but just thought I would mention.)

    3. Is it possible to set the Shop tab as a subnav on the BuddyPress profile page? There doesn’t seem to be an option to set a Parent tab for it, although you can set a “default subnav slug” so not sure what this refers to?

    With many thanks in advance.

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    Brajesh Singh on #27709

    Hi Nik,
    Thank you for using the plugin.

    1. I am not sure I will be able to help you with this currently. It will need time and I lack free time currently.

    We are adding each item as a top level/sub nav using BuddyPress nav functions bp_core_new_nav_item() or

    bp_core_new_subnav_item() depending on admin preference.

    2. Seems like a bug. I will check and update you on Monday.

    3. No. BuddyPress supports only 2 level menu. So, you can move all shop sub nav items under profile(by setting parent slug to “profile”) but not the shop itself(if you are planning to have profile->shop->shop links).

    You can certainly do it like profile->shop links(all shop sub tabs like orders, addresses etc ).

    The default sub nav slug is used to setup which of the sub nav item will be default when you click on the shop tab.


  • Participant
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    NikB on #27711

    Hi Brajesh

    Thank you so much for getting back to me so promptly.

    1. I understand completely. I was initially thinking it was something BuddyCommerce should be able to handle but I realise that’s not the case. I’ve added my own BP nav tabs before, I’ll look into doing similar gain.

    2. Thank you and no rush on my account. As mentioned, I very much doubt most people would want both activated at the same time anyway. It was only while I was testing how the two compared 😉

    3. That makes sense and yes, it had occurred to me that would create a 3 level menu which doesn’t exist elsewhere…

    As for the default sub nav slug well duh! I really should have realised that was its purpose!

    Thank you again and regards

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