Tagged: buddypress access
One of my tabs created by the BuddyPress User Profile Tabs Creator Pro plugin has 2 sub-nabs, and they are set up in the same way. One of the tabs is viewable by visitors, which is correct, the other is returning the error must be logged in to view. As far as I can see both sub-navs are set up identically, with permissions to view “anyone”. Any ideas what could be causing this?
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Bit of a strange one, hope it’s something small I missed.
I will be assisting you instead of Ravi for now.
I had a look at your settings.
none of the issues are caused by our plugin. Your sub nav settings do not even force login to view.
Is there any chance the error is due to the shortcode you are using?(If tab is visible but the message is shown then it is coming from shortcode).
Please try disabling custom code or other plugins(other than BuddyPress) one by one to identify the cause and let us know.
Apologies for the late reply – been away on other projects.
Regarding this question of accessing the tab content, is it possible to create a dynamic link to tab content from somewhere else on that page? So for instance in the BuddyPress Home area, could there be a link that goes to the same location as the “Tributes” tab? My predicament is that I wish guests to be able to see tab content for that particular user, but as a guest, not having to use their login. Hope this makes sense? So if one of my User Profile Tabs is called “Tributes” is it possible to have a link to that content elsewhere?
The tab acts as just any other tab.
If you want to get a dynamic link for current’ user’s own tab, BuddyPress/BuddyBoss provides a shortcut http://your-site.com/members-directory-slug/me/
e.g http://example.com/members/me/ you can append the tab slug after it.
Just another question on this – the above link only works for logged in members – is there a similar link that a guest user can use that directs to the tab output?
Also, with MediaPress, do you have a method to update the album cover image, or have the file location for it?
I am sorry for the delay.
Have replied here.
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