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You didn’t post your URL, how am I suppose to look?
The previous version of bbPress used the WordPress array of allowed tags. This meant when you installed a TinyMCE plugin for WordPress it also worked in bbPress.
We changed that now, which is why your plugin doesn’t work. bbPress now has it’s own allowed tags setting and doesn’t necessarily use what WordPress is using.
While it breaks some implementations (such as the plugin you’re using), in the long run it was the way to go. Now bbPress and WordPress can have different tag settings, before they were stuck using the same, which in some cases would be a huge problem.
You need to whitelist any tags your uses will be using via the filter mentioned above. That will fix the issue you’re having.
As of ~2.3, the “allowed tags” are filterable within bbPress.
Look for the filter
bbp_kses_allowed_tags. It’s in
At the moment no, it’s not available. I’ll talk to jjj about the possibility of releasing the theme (or a version of it) to the public.
There is a bbPress signature plugin. Search the WordPress.org plugin repository and you should find it.
For security purposes it is not allowed.
Otherwise users could do some very malicious things such as iframes that trigger js attacks, etc.
It’s the same reason why WordPress does not allow HTML in post comments.
If you need messaging, activate BuddyPress and enable the messaging component.
We have no plans to bring private messaging to bbPress.
Edit as you see fit. You’ll likely want to place whatever before
You can copy any template elements that you want/need to change to a
bbpressfolder inside your theme and bbPress will automagically use those template files instead of the default ones.
What you want to do is tweak the bbPress CSS. However you don’t want to tweak the copy in the plugin because when you update it will get overriden. Here’s what you’ll want to do.
Then edit and make tweaks to the bbpress.css as needed to match your theme.
The AIOSEO team is aware of it and it should be fixed soon.
Hmm, strange. The plugin should trigger the download of http://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/bbpress.zip which is 2.4 alpha (trunk).
We’ll have a look and see if the version compare isn’t running right. Thanks.
Unfortunately at this time there is still no poll plugin or capability that exists for bbPress 2.x.
It can certainly be done, however will require some coding knowledge and a little bit of elbow grease.
It sounds like your child theme is trying to load
bbpress_functions.phpwhich doesn’t exist.
Go to your child theme’s
functions.phpfile and comment out line 89 which is portably the culprit.
Unless your theme was specifically designed to support bbPress (which honestly, most themes are not) it shouldn’t be trying to include said file so you can comment it out.
I think if you update bbPress using the Beta Tester plugin it should pull down trunk, which contains the fix.
Give a try and see.
Have you tried turning on the “auto role” setting? That will auto assign them when they visit the site.
Look into the bbPress shortcodes that are available.
Hmm, I’m not sure what’s going on. The upcoming 2.3.2 release will have a fix for the editor issues, but I can’t say if that will the email notification problems or not.
The upcoming 2.3.2 has a fix, until this disable the visual editor like it is by default.
That shouldn’t go in bbPress. Never modify the plugin, everything gets lost when you update.
It should go in your theme’s
This plugin lets you easily dump and shuffle databases back and forth. I’d give it a try (backup first of course).