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Seeking Advice on BuddyPress Application (2 posts)

  1. gswaim
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I am trying to set up a BuddyPress-powered site to deliver premium content to members of private groups. Most of the content will be available as links in a given group’s sidebar.

    It seems that the Widget Logic plugin is the best approach for a non coder, like myself. I have spent a fair amount of time with this plugin and I can tell it is going to work when I hit the right combination. I am soliciting advice from the Widget Logic gurus so I can get past this challenge quicker and get back to saving humanity

    Using Widget Logic, I can get a sidebar to show up at the “Join / Request to Join Group” page. But I don’t want to show the sidebar (remember – premium content is located here) until they are an actual a member of the group.

    So, Which of this tags should I be using?

    bp_is_user_groups()
    bp_is_group()
    bp_is_group_home()
    bp_is_group_create()
    bp_is_group_admin_page()
    bp_is_group_forum()
    bp_is_group_activity()
    bp_is_group_forum_topic()
    bp_is_group_forum_topic_edit()
    bp_is_group_members()
    bp_is_group_invites()
    bp_is_group_membership_request()
    bp_is_group_leave()
    bp_is_group_single()

    Also what syntax should I be using to specify a specific BuddyPress group.

    Thanks!

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/widget-logic/

  2. alanft
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    a little poke in the code suggests you could try something like

    global $bp; return ('groupname'==$bp->groups->current_group->name);

    though it might be cleaner to try

    global $bp; return (bp_is_group() && ('groupname'==$bp->groups->current_group->name));

    let us know if you find it useful

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