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14/02/2020 at 23:33 #10019
I can’t customize the groups sections. I can change the feature image in the menu, but i can’t find the edit option for the text.
Also, i need to change the last part of a widget zone and elementor don’t display it.15/02/2020 at 23:19 #10034
Could you make sure that your BuddyPress groups component is correctly activated?
You can easily change this option in admin BuddyPress settings. Just go to your dashboard and navigate to “Settings > BuddyPress”. Then, open the “Components” tab and make sure to check the “User Groups” box.
This should solve your issue.
Regards,17/02/2020 at 04:32 #10045
Perfect thanks. I can’t still change the text from the “Cities” photos, where is it to edit that?
Other question: I want to prevent my users that they need to register/login to message someone’s profile. What is the best option to create a little reminder in each profile for not logged users?17/02/2020 at 18:44 #10066
1) The “Cities” section of our demos is populated with WordPress navigation menus and you can edit it in the admin panels of your website.
You can change the title and text displayed by editing the description from each menu item. If the description text area isn’t visible, please review your screen options, at the top right of your screen. More on this in the following tutorial:
2) Our theme supports Paid Memberships Pro (https://www.paidmembershipspro.com/), which allow you to charge users, implement recurring payments and restrict content or areas of your website that will only be displayed to premium members. Plenty of PMPro add-ons are available on the author website to go further if necessary, including one for BuddyPress restrictions:
To know precisely which features will be restricted from your BuddyPress website, it’s best if you ask directly to the plugin authors.
They will be more informed and better suited to help you:
We remain available for all support requests related with the use of your theme.
Best,17/02/2020 at 19:20 #10071
Thanks. But I don’t want to use the membership. My question is even a more basic one: how can I display a little message (within the profiles) to people who is logged out?18/02/2020 at 08:42 #10081
Unfortunately, this feature is not available with BuddyPress and to our knowledge, there is no plugin that you could install to add this feature to your website. We think that this feature requires custom development work.
If you’re on a tight budget, we recommend you to require the services 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.20/02/2020 at 00:35 #10155
Is there a way to integrate de feedback module in the template Community within each profile?
How do you check when a contact has been made in order to give someone permission to give feedback?20/02/2020 at 13:39 #10170
When you write “Feedback module”, are you referring to the member reviewing feature that we’ve displayed on our Mentor demo?
In that case, simply install and activate “BuddyPress Member Reviews” (https://wordpress.org/plugins/bp-user-profile-reviews/) on your website.
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