In my previous comment https://buddydev.com/support/forums/topic/mediapress-shortcode-compatibility-with-elementor-buddybuilder/ I mentioned “buddybuilder” instead of BuddyDev. Let me use this means to rectify the error, since that topic is already closed. I meant “thanks to the BuddyDev Community”. This community is really a life saver. Once again, Bravo BuddyDev, thanks a lot.
Thanks a lot for the response. Seriously, I haven’t found others like this forum and I am really grateful for the assistances. Fortunately I have sought it out and will post the solution here here for the benefit of anyone else who might encounter similar issue.
To list the mediapress media(s) of the displayed user using buddybuilder one have to follow the following steps.
1) Have all the necessary plugins installed and activated, that is (buddypress, mediapress, elementor, and buddybuilder)
2) Add the “MediaPress (Media List)” Widget to a sidebar
3) In your buddybuilder Member Profile Template, add the elementor sidebar widget and select the sidebar in which you added the Mediapress Media List Widget.
Please note: you might have to use custom css to display a particular number of media per row.
Once again thanks Brajesh and also thanks to the buddybuilder community
Thanks a lot, it really works.
Also, concerning “Note that BuddyPress consider the last 15 minutes active user as online users. You can change this threshold value using the filter”, I would like to reduce this to 5 minutes. Hope you can help me with this as well.
Once again thank you very much.
Thanks for the helpful response, however I think the code is still one step away from the actual purpose, it displays all friends. Can you please do a little bit more of filtering to display only the active friends.
Once again thanks a lot.
Thanks everybody for the kind replies.
I was able to fix the problem using this post https://wpmailsmtp.com/buddypress-activation-email-notifications/.