Custom Profile Menu for BuddyPress

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Create custom BuddyPress profile menu pages, gracefully.

Author:Nahid Ferdous Mohit (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:4.0
WordPress version tested:6.2.2
Plugin version:1.0.3
Added to WordPress repository:25-07-2019
Last updated:03-06-2023
Rating, %:100
Rated by:8
Plugin URI:https://nahid.dev/project/bp-custom-menu
Total downloads:22 003
Active installs:900+
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Ever wished you could add custom pages to the BuddyPress profile menu? Here’s a plugin for that. Simply install and activate the plugin, add your custom menu page(s). That’s it, Bingo!

The Custom Profile Menu for BuddyPress plugin lets you add custom static pages to the BuddyPress profile menu. Extend the extremely limited BuddyPress profile menu by adding your desired number of custom pages to it, with your desired content along with the built-in Home, Activity, Profile, Notifications, and Settings items.

Use Cases

The major use case of this plugin would be adding custom sections to the BuddyPress profile, e.g. a terms & conditions page or static pages with shortcodes for forms, appointment bookings, WooCommerce products, and other infinite possibilities.

Core Features

The core features of the plugin include the abilities to:
* Add custom static pages to the BuddyPress profile menu
* Add submenu pages by assigning a parent menu page
* Set a default submenu page for a parent submenu page
* Re-order the menu items.

Installation

Installation of the Custom Profile Menu for BuddyPress plugin is very simple. Follow along with the installation procedure in the dedicated Installation tab.

Usage

  1. Install and activate the plugin
  2. Go to your WordPress Dashboard→BP Custom Menu
  3. Add a new page, enter your content, and publish. It will automatically show up as a menu item in the BuddyPress profile.
  4. In order to create a submenu page, please specify a “Parent” under the “Menu Page Options” in the right sidebar of the edit screen.
  5. In order to specify a default submenu for a parent page, select a submenu page in the “Set Default Submenu” selection under the “Menu Page Options” in the right sidebar of the edit screen.
  6. In order to re-order the menu items, enter an index in the “Order” field under the “Menu Page Options” in the right sidebar of the edit screen. A higher index means a higher level in the menu.

Support

If the above usage steps don’t answer your question(s), if you want to report an issue or if something is not working as expected, please create a topic in the Support Forum.

Contribute

If you want to contribute to the plugin by reporting issues, implementing new features and so on, here’s its development repository on Github.

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You can sponsor this project and support my open-source development by becoming a Patron!


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