BuddyPress Profile Tabs

Description

There is an admin section Options -> BP Profile Tabs where you can change the jQuery UI Theme, the default is cupertino.

Any of the themes available at http://jqueryui.com/themeroller/ can be used for the tabs, it loads either Google or Microsoft hosted jQuery UI theme CSS.

Screenshots

  • Profile Page Using BuddyPress Profile Tabs and the Redmond theme
  • BuddyPress Profile Tabs Options Page
  • BuddyPress User Profile Fields Options

Installation

  1. Upload bp-profile-tabs.zip to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Configure the options under Options -> BP Profile Tabs in the WordPress Admin section.

FAQ

Why is the theme cupertino?

You can change the theme BuddyPress Profile Tabs is using in the options section for the plugin under Options -> BP Profile Tabs.

Reviews

Looks great!

This is just the plugin I need to keep my user profiles organised, thanks.

bravo

Thx for all
i am using buddypress
just perhaps, allow people to choose their color
but this plug make what we want:)
now i search something to arrange better the list of my member 🙂
bye

Cool plugin, makes my Buddypress site look way way better.

Simple to setup and makes the site look way better. Only thing is I didn’t like any of the default color themes. I couldn’t figure out how to create a custom theme either through the themeroller link you posted. Any instructions to do so? Maybe I’m just having one of those days. I think I can probably tweak it via css though, but not my preferred way if there is a theme generator. But regardless, great simple plugin. Thanks!!

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Contributors & Developers

“BuddyPress Profile Tabs” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

1.6.0

  • Added ability to control which tabs show for each member type

1.5.9

  • Updated WordPress compatible up to version.

1.5.8

  • Allow for custom jQuery UI theme
  • Bug fix

1.5.5

  • Using the same version of the jQuery UI theme as the jQuery UI installed in the current version of WordPress on the server.
  • Added example tabs in the admin section.
  • Registering scripts based on http or https protocol to avoid https errors.

1.5.1

  • Fixed anonymous function issue ( for WordPress installs running on PHP version < 5.3 )

1.5

  • Updates for BuddyPress 2.0
  • Added jQuery CDN
  • Added options import and export
  • Removed base theme as no longer supported by jQuery UI
  • Updated jQuery UI themes to version 1.11.0 ( except from Microsoft which is still at 1.10.4 )
  • Various performance enhancements and fixes

1.4

  • New jQuery UI CSS
  • Fixed tab order issue
  • Verified to work with BuddyPress 1.8
  • Verified to work with WordPress 3.6

1.3

  • Allows either Google or Microsoft hosted jQuery UI CSS
  • Changed how the menu names are loading, using PHP instead of several small Javascript insertions

1.1

  • A bit of code cleanup to make it easier to read for developers.
  • Re-organizing the code to make it a little more efficient.
  • Re-worked a bit of the javascript to ensure compatibility.