Tagged: group tabs
I’m trying to use the dynamic url [displayed-group-url] for a group tab in the following format
URL I want: site.com/groups/demo-year-1/
If I use [displayed-group-url]-year-1, then the URL becomes site.com/groups/demo/-year-1/
How can I remove the last / after the group name in this case?
Thank you for the question.
I am sorry, I am not sure I understand properly.
1. is this your current group? ite.com/groups/demo/
2. In that case, isn’t ite.com/groups/demo-year-1/ a new group and not a sub page of current group?
Please help me understand and I will assist you with it.
Hi Brajesh, thanks for your reply.
Yes, the current group is site.com/groups/demo/
I want to create a tab inside site.com/groups/demo/ that links to a separate group (subgroup of the /demo/ group) with the url: site.com/groups/demo-year-1/
But I want to apply this to many different groups such as /demo2-year-1/, /demo3-year1/ etc, and I would associate the tab with groups of a certain type (demo, demo2, demo3 would all have the same group type).
Using the dynamic URL [displayed-group-url] would save me from making an individual added tab for each separate group if I was to use [displayed-group-url]-year-1, but the last / output by the dynamic URL prevents me from doing this as it would output the url as site.com/groups/demo/-year-1/ instead of the required site.com/groups/demo-year-1/
Hope this is clearer?
Thank you for the reply.
I am sorry for the delayed response.
we are not adding the trailing slash. It is BuddyPress/BuddyBoss whose
bp_get_group_permalink()is doing it.
Yes, we can add a filter to allow you do it. You can run untrailingslash on the permalink to achieve your goal.
We will push an update this week with the same.
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