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How can I keep all BP content navigation within Buddypress?


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    calu on #23992

    Hi Brajesh, I would like to exclude all Buddypress content in my WP theme menu, only having login/logout here, but this is apparently not possible.

    On the members directory page the BP menu is not present at all, and on the single profile page, the only tab is the profile and image tabs. You can’t navigate back to your own profile, or other BP content.

    Can I use Tabs Creator Pro to obtain this?

    Best
    Carsten


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    Brajesh Singh on #24002

    Hi Carsten,
    I am sorry but I am unable to understand the issue.
    Can you please share a screenshot? That will give me better idea.

    Thank you
    Brajesh


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    calu on #24007
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    calu on #24014
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    calu on #24015

    Sorry for the confusion, my question is reduced to this:

    Can the Recent Profile Visitors tab be added to the WP theme primary menu, even if it is not listed under the Appearance> BuddyPress menu items?

    Best
    Carsten


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    calu on #24016

    And can the Mediapress tab be added both as main nav and sub nav tab at the same time or as sub nav alone in Tabs Creator Pro?


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    Brajesh Singh on #24022

    Hi Carsten.
    Yes. You can do that.

    On the Admin Menu screen, Use the custom links option and use the following link

    
    http://yoursite.com/members/me/tab-name/
    

    That will link to current user’s profile tab. Please remember “me” is used By BuddyPress to redirect to current user’s tab.

    Please replace:-
    http://yoursite.com with your actual site url
    members – with your member directory slug.
    tab-name:- with actual tab name(e.g friends, mediapress etc).

    Hope that helps.

    Regards
    Brajesh


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    calu on #24033

    Hi Brajesh, will this add a tab to the sub nav as well?

    What about adding the resent visitors to the WP theme primary menu?

    Best
    Carsten


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    Brajesh Singh on #24037

    In WordPress, you can make a menu item link to any custom link.

    Using the special URL as custom link, you can link to any tab.

    Primary or sub nav depends on the theme. You can link to any tab/subtab to any WordPress navigation item.

    Please check the custom link option.

    Regards
    Brajesh


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    calu on #24303

    Hi Brajesh, just to clarify what I want to achieve.

    I wish to hide the BP main menu with CSS, so I only have one row of tabs, the sub tabs to simplify the design.

    To access the media I need to have the media tab visible in the sub nav at all times, independant of the main nav media tab (which is hided) to access media.

    Is this possible to duplicate a main nav tab to the sub nav, and in this case how?

    Best
    Carsten

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