By default BuddyPress will load the Activity tab when clicking on a users profile link. If you would like to change this default landing tab to something else than the Activity tab you can do so.. Constants such as this are best placed in files that load before BP is fully loaded so either wp-config.php […]
Where we are: users page in the admin screen What we want to do: add one or n members to a group What we want to get: an Add to BP Group menu in the Bulk Actions menu box What we need: a group ID, one or more users. Don’t forget to check the members […]
BuddyPress has some nice built-in tools for collecting data from your members. You’ll be calling the “extended profile data” or “xProfile” in BuddyPress-speak in your theme. You can retrieve and display this data without modifying template files by attaching a new function to an existing action hook provided by BuddyPress. For example, Carlos has registered […]
If you’ve added a new navigation item to the single Member page, you may want to add the same link to the Toolbar Menu. Let’s say you added a tab called ‘Dogs’ – this will add the same link to the Toolbar Menu. Put it in the same file that adds your tab on the […]
Documentation for the BP_Group_Member_Query class, introduced in BuddyPress 1.8, will live here.
BuddyPress makes it easy for you to build your community or social network and establish relationships among members with default components such as Extended Profiles, Activity Streams, Friend Connections, Private Messaging, User Groups, and Blogs (multisite installation only) and major features like Notifications. The following is an overview of the default membership features using BuddyPress. […]
With the stable release of BP 1.7 came the introduction of a new means of rendering the members navigational elements. Long discussed and requested had been the desire to have the menu navigation rendered as a true UL construct with sub menu items as correctly nested ul/li elements as this would allow for not only […]
Description Get the id of the user in a members loop. If placed outside of a Members loop, it will be empty. Usage Parameters None. Example Source File bp_member_user_id() is located in /bp-members/bp-members-template.php.
The group members loop can be used to display members that have joined a group. It can be used nested inside the bp_has_groups() loop, or on its own with a group_id parameter. Standard Loop Accepted Parameters The bp_group_has_members() function will accept a number of parameters that will manipulate the data being returned. group_id required The […]
The site members loop can be used to output a list of users that are registered on your site. Standard Loop Accepted Parameters The bp_has_members() function will accept a number of parameters that will manipulate the data being returned. type optional Defines the type of users to return. Accepted arguments: active, newest, popular, online, alphabetical, […]