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  • #185341

    Hey,

    I know, Buddypress is a third-party plugin and you don´t support it. But I hope it is ok to ask you this question.

    I´ve installed it an it looks fine, but do you know how to setup something like the sidebar?

    For example: The self-created register page. If I open the page in backend and deactivate the sidebar, the sidebar is still to see. It is also impossible to change the sidebar with another one. You can set it in the page-options, but it don´t work.
    The same if I change the Template. After I set the Template to fullscreen, without header, without footer, it´s still the same…

    The documentation from buddyPress and bbPress is not so great. Do you know a source where I can read helpful stuff about them both? A website, a good book that goes into deep and that I have to buy..?

    Bets regards

    #185373

    Ok, now I understand that I have to bring a copy of page.php to my child-theme and to rename it to buddypress.php…

    And ok, I know it´s time to learn php… but…

    How can I set the sidebar that I want?

    get_sidebar(‘buddypress’); : this don´t work. Inside the Widget-Options I created a sidebar called buddypress… ?

    #185788

    Hey!

    The sidebars made from inside the widget options are not the same as a sidebar registered with code. So the get_sidebar option will only work if you register your own sidebar in your functions.php: http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/register_sidebar

    I did a blank page template if you want some additional comments on top of a regular page.php here https://gist.github.com/DevinVinson/7175338

    Cheers!
    Devin

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