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I am using the Multisite feature enabled. I have a main site and a community site. On the main site the 'Edit My Profile' links is pointing to this link:

http://www.mysitename.com/community/wp-admin/profile.php

But when I am visiting my community site the 'Edit my Profile' link points to this link:

http://www.mysitename.com/community/members/username/profile/edit/

I want the link on the main site to show the exact link as my Community site is showing which is an extended BuddyPress profile. So, I went ahead and added this filter to my main site's functions.php:

add_filter( 'edit_profile_url', 'my_modified_profile_url', 10, 3 );

function my_modified_profile_url( $url, $user_id, $scheme )
{
    $current_user = wp_get_current_user();
    $url = site_url( '/community/members/' . $current_user->user_login . '/profile/edit/' );
    return $url;
}

This returns the exact URL that I want and it includes the username in the URL which is perfect. Is this the proper way of doing it?

I used $user_id in this line:

$url = site_url( '/community/members/' . $user_id . '/profile/edit/' );

But that returned the user ID number and the link was broken.

  • I used the same filter but with ->user_nicename or another user link wrongly (does site_url() already esc_url() or must be added somewhere?) – Alex Jan 9 '16 at 17:41
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Here is an example of what I've done:

<?php 
    $link = home_url( '/members/' . bp_core_get_username( bp_displayed_user_id() ) . '/followers/' );
    echo "<a href='". esc_attr( $link ) ."'>Followers</a>";
?>

So maybe its home_url now, than site_url. In the echo, esc_attr gives out the $link.

Change the whole bp_core_get_username( bp_displayed_user_id() ) to whatever you need - wp_get_current_user() for example.

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