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Apologies that I sounded impatient and impolite.
Thanks, John, those are very helpful.
I managed to insert all the postmeta and I had a successful migration with plain PHP and MySQL a while back.
I suppose there is not off documentation in place yet and I’m just need to read codes, I think.
1 thing comes across as odd though: I’m using 2.1.2 and I seem to find the
...wp-content/plugins/bbpress/bbp-includes/bbp-forum-functions.phpand so on instead of what you mentioned?
Are you speaking in terms of some older version bbPress?
Thanks for your advices, really appreciate them.
I’m trying to use bbPress core functions.
Hope the documentation can be updated and improved soon.
I was not moving between installation here.
The old forums that our company had was based on P2 (or some kind of P2 based) WordPress theme and it’s kinda different from.
Therefore, using WordPress export, import function is not sufficient here.
For example, in the past, there is a topic under “Relationship” forum.
It’s actually a pure post in WordPress term and “Relationship” is a category of posts here.
Again, where is a good place for me to look at the bbPress’ insert functions?
Someone mentioned using loop the bbPress’ way
Would you like to give it a try?
Hi Lynq, thanks for pointing that out.
Do you know anywhere this is documented in great details?
I’m trying to loop through the forums and sort them by the forums’ names.
It mentions here that bbp_has_forums() takes the same argument as wp_query.
However, the following do not work for me at all, no errors thrown either, nothing compared to having no arguments passed to bbp_has_forums()
$args = array(
‘post_type’ => ‘forum’,
‘post_status’ => ‘publish’,
//’meta_key’ => ‘age’,
‘orderby’ => ‘title’,
‘order’ => ‘ASC’,
Thanks so much.
I have found the answer for myself actally.
Yes, I love the fact that bbPress is not obtrusive!
It almost doesn’t matter at all how I am trying integrate BuddyPress here.
So this narrow downs to customise bbPress template when installed as a plugin to WordPress.
The answer is here: http://codex.bbpress.org/legacy/step-by-step-guide-to-creating-a-custom-bbpress-theme/
It appears strange to me though.
Why does this guide belong “legacy” documetation?