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At this moment there is not a shortcode that will do this. I assume you meant “Create New Topic”?
You could easily create a link that goes to the editor on whatever forum you want.
Such as linking to
That article is out of date and is no longer correct for the newly released 2.3.x.
With current version of bbPress, you only files that need to be in your theme are the files you plan on changing.
For example if you want to tweak the CSS, then you would copy the
[your-theme-directory]/css/bbpress.cssand bbPress will automatically use your version instead.
This goes for almost all the bbPress template files. For example, let’s sayo you want to edit the bbPress search page. You would copy
The only time you would really need to copy and create the entire bbPress template would be if you need it to be theme independent, eg distribute it.
Hopefully that makes some sense
I can’t help because I’m not familiar with the bbPress pre-2.x releases, but I must ask, is there a reason you want to use the stand alone version over 2.x?
If you’re interesting in bbPress you’ll want to go the WP.org route
I’d try contacting the developer, Yoast, and see if the can add a setting to disable the WP SEO plugins if bbPress is detected (
is_bbpress()), which would allow you bbPress to use its own breadcrumbs on bbPress pages and use WPSEO breadcrumbs on all other areas of the site.
Alternative he could also make his plugin disable the bbPress breadcrumbs all together.
Take a peak into this thread. Try the fix that jjj mentioned and see if that helps.
What plugins do you have installed?
A good test to run is to temporarily activate TwentyTwelve (theme) and see if that fixes the issue. Doing this will at least let you know if the problem lies within your theme or not.
You’ll likely see a plugin popup in the WordPress.org repo soon that will prevent the need to deal with any code directly.
Can you let us know what plugins you are running? Are you running any membership based plugins such as WistList Members?
The info below does not address the OPs question for performance, but rather is an answer to the questions regarding emails being sent out all together.
This does happen unfortuantly and it’s usually do to the server setup. We see this a lot with shared hosting.
The WordPress function that handles email,
wp_mail()(more info here), uses the PHP mail function to send it’s emails (bbPress uses this as well). Many hosting environments have a throttle on how many emails can be sent using their SMTP servers, which are used by default.
The solution is to use a different SMTP server/service to send out the emails and not rely on the default one hosting provider’s server uses.
After that’s installed you’ll want to configure that plugin to use your new SMTP service.
Sometimes you can ask your host for this information and by just using their SMTP service through the plugin will fix the issue. Other times it doesn’t, which means you’ll need a new SMTP service all together.
It’s not ideal that emails don’t always “just work” out of the box, however it almost always boils down to the web host. Especially when some emails send out fine but others don’t go through.
Well for staters it’s used here.
It can scale assuming you have the knowledge (or hire someone) to scale your stack/server as needed.
We don’t have a problem with you creating a thread informing people about your plugin. Keep it limited to that thread – and certainly keep it current. Bumping threads that are 3-4 years old just to paste your URL, however, won’t cut it.
Just be helpful.
This thread is old so I’m closing it.
Premise, Easy Digital Downloads, WooCommerce (and more) all have the ability (through extensions) to create forums specifically and only for customers. There is no shortage of solutions. Plus you’re not limited to PayPal, unlike the solution posted above.
Instructions to enable the visual editor are here.
See this post regarding bbPress Moderation.
The plugin is currently not compatible with bbPRess 2.3. The author has been notified and is working on a fix, but until then you should deactivate it.
Here is a snippet to hide the bbPress search box.
The new search is a bbPress specific search and while the previous one is a WordPress search. Do you want to disable the bbPress one?
Can you provide me with a list of plugins you are using? That is likely the culprit at play here.
Until the author updates the moderation plugin you may be able to try Spam Destroyer. I have no personally used it but I’ve heard others have had success with it.
$user = get_userdata( $user_id );
$registerdate = $user->user_registered;
echo date(“Y-m-d”, strtotime($registerdate));
You should be able to place the bbPress author ID where the $user_id is if you are using this in a loop.
Right now there isn’t an easy way to do it, but we are looking into that for the next release.
For now you can just hide it with CSS. Eg:
You can put that in your theme’s style.css file.
The first thing to do is eliminate your theme as the problem.
If you temporarily switch you theme to TwentyEleven, does that fix the issue?
This issue sounds semi-related to related to ticket #1478, which was fixed in 2.3.
Upgrade to 2.3 (backup first!) and see if that fixes things.