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  • Resolved yusareba

    (@yusareba)



    I recently added buddypress to my WordPress site, and I noticed that all members that existed before adding it do not have a toolbar displaying links for “Profile, Forums, Friends, Groups, Settings”

    Upon further inspection, I noticed that all of the members settings had the checkbox “Show Toolbar when viewing site” unchecked.

    Normally, I would just go to each member and check the box to turn it on, however there are hundreds of members and doing that would take a very long time.

    Is there anything that I can add to the child theme’s functions.php to override each user setting and instead just enable it for all logged in members?

    I initially posted this question in BuddyPress support and was told it is a WPToolbar question and was instructed to try asking here.

    Here is the post from BuddyPress support:
    https://buddypress.org/support/topic/buddypress-menu-not-showing-for-old-members/#post-275637

    Please let me know if anyone has such snippit for functions.php

    Thank you.

    [ Please do not bump. ]

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  • Hi @yusareba,

    Have you already tried adding

    if ( is_user_logged_in() ) {
        add_filter('show_admin_bar', '__return_true');
    }

    to your functions.php file?

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 1 week ago by  Little Package. Reason: (if user is logged in)

    Oh my goodness, that worked x_x

    I was just about to go in 1 by 1. Thank you so much… lifesaver.

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