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    Michael on #50851

    Hi Mark
    This might possibly be of assistance?
    Will remove the editor toolbar stuff.
    Simply replace 9999 with your field id.

    
    function antipole_remove_rich_text( $field_id = null ) {
        if ( ! $field_id ) {
            $field_id = bp_get_the_profile_field_id( '9999' ); // replace 9999 with your field id
        }
     
        $field = xprofile_get_field( $field_id );
      
        if ( $field ) {
            $enabled = false;
        }
    }
    add_filter( 'bp_xprofile_is_richtext_enabled_for_field', 'antipole_remove_rich_text' );
    
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    Michael on #50822

    That works perfectly, thankyou very much Ravi for your assistance.

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    Michael on #50821

    Hi Rik

    You could change “/username/” to “/me/” in your link, this should then dynamically point at the logged-in user’s individual profile.

    For example:

    /members/me/profile

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    Michael on #50813

    Thanks Ravi. works great.

    But it produces unexpected result: the resulting larger avatar is very blurred, so I assume it is simply scaling up from the original 14px size.

    I suppose I must look for a different solution.

    Thankyou.

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    Michael on #46819

    That worked perfectly, all done.

    Thankyou, sir.

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    Michael on #46816

    Thanks Brajesh,

    I applied that CSS, it removed the blue asterisks but not the text “Required fields are marked”.

    Anything else I can do to remove that text?

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    Michael on #46804

    Thanks Brajesh,

    I updated WP from 5.5 (approx.) to 6.0.2, then those unwanted text/asterisks appeared.

    Theme is Twenty Sixteen.

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    Michael on #46241

    Thanks very much Brajesh, I appreciate your generous assistance.

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    Michael on #46211

    Hi Brajesh,

    thanks, to clarify: I want authors to receive on-site notifications about comments on their posts, but Admin should NOT receive on-site notifications about comments on his (Admin’s) posts.

    So I want to opt-out Admin from the functionality of your plugin.

    The Dashboard>Settings>Discussion option refers to email notifications, I believe. So I don’t think that will help.

    Current behavior after activating plugin:

    – Authors receive on-site notifications about comments on their posts (great!)
    – Admin receives on-site notifications about comments on his own posts (not desired)

    Thanks.

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    Michael on #46168

    Great, thanks Brajesh.