Allows admins to specify verified accounts. Adds a badge to verified usernames.
- Upload ‘buddyverified’ to the ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Then go to wp-admin > Users > Extended Profile >> and choose various settings.
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remove old files fixes duplicate function error
Fix for settings not saving
Moved badge to username. Too many is’sues with avatar placement
Added template tag to display badge. bp_verified_image( $user_id )
Added setting to display badge in members lists
Added bp_is_verified( $user_id ) function to check if a user is a verified account
Added bp_get_verified_image filter for custom badge
A lot of code changes to make it better, efficient
fixed missing non verified avatars * props Brajesh
Update to CSS for WP yearly themes.
Added option to add custom CSS for badge placement. Settings -> BuddyPress, click option tab.
removed tooltip as is caused to many conflicts. verfied text no in member header
All new plugin