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Extended Friendship Request Plugin – add radio buttons


  • Participant
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    Steven Brown on #4195

    I’m using this great little plugin and wanted to know if it’s possible to add a set of radio buttons underneath the message field?

    My use case is this… I want users to be able to select how they know someone (similar to linkedin) for example:

    I know this person from: College, University, Previous job, we’re friends, etc

    This means that the person receiving the request can see at a glance how someone knows them.

    Is it simple to add this kind of functionality?

    Thanks


  • Keymaster
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    Ravi on #4208

    Hi Steven,

    Thank You for posting. Please download the modified version of plugin from the following url and let me know if it works for you or not.

    https://buddydev.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/2016/06/buddypress-extended-friendship-request-client.zip

    Thank You
    Ravi


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    Steven Brown on #4225

    Thanks so much Ravi! This works perfectly.

    One other quick question…

    In the friend request received by the user, is it possible to assign a class to the message and radio button answer so these can be styled differently using css?


  • Keymaster
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    Ravi on #4259

    Hi Steven,

    Thank You for your acknowledgement. Yes it can be easily. Please modify the following code of file name “bp-extended-friendship-request.php” on line no. 336
    for message content replace this line

    
    
    $message = $_POST['friendship_request_message'];
    
    

    with

    
    
     $message = '<div class="class-for-message-content">'. $_POST['friendship_request_message'] .'</div>';
    
    

    and for selected radio button

    
    
    $message = $message.__(' "Know you from - ', 'bp-ext-friends-request' ).$info[$additional_info].'"';
    
    

    replace with

    
    
    $info = '<div class="class-for-selected-radio">'.__(' Know you from - ', 'bp-ext-friends-request' ).$info[$additional_info].'</div>';
    
    $message = $message.$info;
    
    

    Thank You
    Ravi

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 9 months ago by  Ravi.

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