Conflict between Buddypress and WP travel

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  • #8081

    bleuvert
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    Hello WP travel support team

    I’ve a issure about the conflict between Buddypress and WP travel plugin.

    I installed buddypress under travel log theme, but there was a problem with WP travel.

    When WP travel is actived, the dashboard bar cannot appear after the subscriber user logged in,and the user couldn’t edit their profiles in the dashboard.
    But after I desactived the WP travel , the dashboard display normal and the subscribers user can edit their profils after log in.

    Why this issure? Can you give some advices?

    The photo url https://mmdgo.com/photo-wp-travel-buddypress/
    The difference between active wp travel and desactived

    Thanks for your answers.

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 1 month ago by  bleuvert.
    #8084

    Support Team
    Keymaster

    Hello @bleuvert,

    The issue regarding the Admin bar hidden conflict with Buddypress plugin and WP Travel plugin is actually caused as WP Travel plugin has disabled the WP Admin bar from the front end to match the user profile functionalities that WP Travel plugin.

    However, you can alter the settings easily by using the custom Hook to let your users have access to wp-admin area and edit their profile by adding the code below in your child theme’s functions.php file :

    add_filter( 'wp_travel_disable_admin_bar', '__return_false' );

    This will allow the WP Admin bar display in the frontend for users and lets them edit profile.

    If you have any queries/issues or requests further, please feel free to write back to us.

    Best Regards !!

    #8097

    bleuvert
    Participant

    Hello support team

    Could you explain more about how to using the custom Hook to let users have access to wp-admin ?

    I’ve just add_filter( ‘wp_travel_disable_admin_bar’, ‘__return_false’ ); to my child theme’s functions.php file, but it still remain the same issue.

    Thanks for your answers.

    #8100

    Support Team
    Keymaster

    Hello @bleuvert,

    Adding the hook to your child theme’s functions.php file should remove the back-end restrictions to all the user roles added by WP Travel plugin.

    Also, while we have tested the filter hook on our side with the BuddyPress plugin, the filter hook is working correctly.

    If you are still having trouble with the wp-admin bar access, please provide us your website Login credentials to our official support email wensolution@gmail.com so that we can log into your website admin area and test/fix the issues accordingly.

    Best Regards !!

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