This is about the CSS of the BuddyPress Username Changer plugin which uses to display it on the original Buddypress.
I am using the Youzer plugin that integrates with Buddypress core to make it much better. I am not sure you’ve heard of it, but here’s some kind of idea: https://youzer.kainelabs.com/wordpress-user-profile-header-styles/
The BuddyPress Username Changer page isn’t showing very well, and the plugin author requires the CSS for how it is displayed on the original Buddypress.
Here is a screenshot link in case it helps to explain what I mean that needs fixing:
Thank you so much for looking into this.
This plugin does not contain any css. It inherits from your current theme.
We are unable to assist you with Youzer as the issue lies with Youzer.
Please see my reply here.
May the same be requested here about the demo site, Brajesh? I’d appreciate this help, sir.
This message cross references with: https://buddydev.com/support/forums/topic/the-css-for-how-buddydev-bp-deactivate-account-page-is-shown-on-buddypress/#post-22437
i walked near, i am french and i use also youzer and the plugin by Brajesh 😀
How he told, “It inherits from your current theme.”
Just you need to put your CSS for this page look like the rest of your website and all will be super 🙂
See you !
(i don’t do support, it’s was just for help, if i can ^_^)
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