As mentioned before, this is fixed by BuddyPress templates. To change this, it’s best to create your own child theme -starting with gwangi-child- and override the template. Otherwise, this will be scratched when you will proceed to the next updates as the latest version of your current child theme will be downloaded our server.
For more about creating child themes, please read the following post:
If you have never done this before, we recommend you to require the services from a nearby web developer or from Envato Studio freelancers (https://studio.envato.com/explore/websites-programming). This web platform gives you access to developers who have already experience with theme customizations, and for very competitive prices.
We’re planning to help users make this editable with the Customizer but it’s a currently low priority planned feature. It will go up our list if more community members upvote this request.
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Troubleshooting Demo Imports
You're trying to setup your theme but you're experiencing errors when importing the demo content? Or you've just followed the setup guide but your website doesn't look exactly like our demo? These are common issues for which you can find easy and quick fixes.