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 […]
Documentation for the BP_Group_Member_Query class, introduced in BuddyPress 1.8, will live here.
Description Returns a HTML formatted link for a user with the user’s full name as the link text. Top Usage Top Parameters $user_id (integer) User ID to check. $no_anchor (bool) Disable URL and HTML and just return full name. Default false. $just_link (bool) Disable full name and HTML and just return the URL text. Default […]
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. […]
BP_User_Query Class The BP_User_Query class was introduced in BuddyPress 1.7 as part of making BuddyPress more scalable. The class lives in buddypress/bp-core/classes/class-bp-user-query.php. Review the current class for additional arguments not listed here, such as: member types and xprofile_query. Accepted Parameters type (optional) Defines the type of users to return. Accepted arguments: active, newest, popular, online, […]
This page is incomplete or needs checking and verifying or updating. BP_ENABLE_MULTIBLOG is a BuddyPress constant that, when defined as true, allows your BuddyPress content to be displayed on any site in your WordPress Multisite network. By default, BP_ENABLE_MULTIBLOG is disabled. Description On a normal BuddyPress installation (with BP_ENABLE_MULTIBLOG disabled), BuddyPress content – groups, profiles, […]