in which file i can edit "Grimlock Buddypress Groups"

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  • #13874

    Rajinderdeep Singh
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    @rsrs94

    I want to remove the linking from the groups on the overview on the homepage.
    And change “newest”, “popular”,…

    But i can not find the files where i can do that. I searched in many files.

    #13879

    Olivier
    Moderator
    • 1750 Posts
    @themosaurusrex
    Themosaurus Support

    Hi @rsrs94,

    To be clear, do you wish to override the template?

    Thank you.

    #13882

    Rajinderdeep Singh
    Participant
    • 8 Posts
    @rsrs94

    @themosaurusrex yes.
    or have u a solution how to exclude non logged in user for the groups?
    with “Restrict User Access – Membership Plugin with Force” i can do that for groups and members but not the groups itself.
    so i thought i could delete the a hrefs

    #13884

    Olivier
    Moderator
    • 1750 Posts
    @themosaurusrex
    Themosaurus Support

    @rsrs94 Understood. This is clearly far too advanced to be managed with your Customizer and widget options. You can find the Grimlock_BuddyPress_Groups_Section_Component PHP class managing this widget under the following directory:
    wp-content/plugins/grimlock-buddypress/inc/component/class-grimlock-buddypress-groups-section-component.php

    My recommendation will be to either extend this class in your plugin or child theme, or use its hooks to add and remove template functions. This will make your code more stable and more compatible with future Grimlock for BuddyPress updates. You can find all our grimlock template hooks and functions in the following files:
    wp-content/plugins/grimlock-buddypress/inc/grimlock-buddypress-template-hooks.php
    wp-content/plugins/grimlock-buddypress/inc/grimlock-buddypress-template-functions.php

    I’ve recently addressed a similar question in another topic. To find out how you can resolve it, please click the following link:
    https://support.themosaurus.com/forums/topic/mobile-navbar-appearance/#post-13615

    If you have further questions or requests, feel free to create other forum topics.

    We remain available for all matters related with our theme!

    Cheers,

    #13886

    Rajinderdeep Singh
    Participant
    • 8 Posts
    @rsrs94

    @themosaurusrex
    which from that is the correct child theme?
    i use the dating theme

    #13911

    Olivier
    Moderator
    • 1750 Posts
    @themosaurusrex
    Themosaurus Support

    If you wish to start overriding templates and components, you should fork the gwangi-child theme. It’s a blank theme made to extend theme features. However, if your website is running with an older version of our theme and you still have gwangi-dating activated, I recommend that you use a the Code Snippets plugin (https://wordpress.org/plugins/code-snippets/). If you have never activated this plugin, please read the following post:

    Adding Custom PHP Without Changing Your Child Theme

    #13931

    Rajinderdeep Singh
    Participant
    • 8 Posts
    @rsrs94

    @themosaurusrex

    if i activate the child theme all mine settings are away and the look is very different.

    with the code snippet plugin i do not need child theme?

    #13967

    Olivier
    Moderator
    • 1750 Posts
    @themosaurusrex
    Themosaurus Support

    @rsrs94 I totally get it. That’s the main reason why we suggest using the Code Snippet plugin. By switching to a child theme, you will have to migrate all your old settings. If you use the plugin, the theme and its settings remain unchanged.

Hi there,

This topic has been inactive for a while now so we will be closing it to keep the forum tidy. Don't hesitate to create a new topic if you still need help and we'll be glad to help you!

Best regards,
The Themosaurus team.

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