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I’ve received no message on Facebook (it’s also a poor approach to reporting security issues.)
Please read this page on the WordPress Codex.
Not fair to say I’ve ignored something I didn’t receive. I’m curious how you’re managing to login and post anything here, if logins are broken?
Likely because the buttons of the editor are stretching the wrapper element. We used to have that same problem here, and might still to a certain degree.
You should be able to add some CSS to work around it for your specific application.
http://bbpress.org/login/ submits data directly to http://bbpress.org/wp-login.php – they use the exact same code to process your login. Sounds likely that there’s a cookie somewhere in your browser’s cache that’s being stubborn.
Happy you found a solution that works for you, and sorry you’re having trouble.
Not sure where you’re getting your info, but it’s not correct.
bbPress uses your existing WordPress theme, and allows you to customize the individual templates as you see fit. You can copy the template files you want to customize out of:
and drop them in…
where YOUR_ACTIVE_THEME is the name of the currently active theme on your site.
Then start editing them, and you should see your edits come through.
Try deleting your bbpress.org cookies. We did some moving around of the site, and I suppose it’s possible the old cookies are conflicting.
In bbPress’s default configuration, this is by design to support styling for widgets, which can exist outside of bbPress’s standard page views. You’ll need to write a custom plugin to dequeue bbPress’s CSS when
There is nothing we can do about this here. You’ll need to contact the site owner directly.
Your server is running out of memory. You’ll want to increase the amount available to PHP. Searching the web for the preferred way of doing this with your webhost is probably best.
Nothing yet that I’ve heard of or seen. It wouldn’t be too difficult to write, though some kses logic in formatting.php would need to be extracted out and used to provide a pass/fail instead of a preg_replace().
Are you able to profile your site (probably using the Debug Bar plugin) to get more information on what queries are running slowly? According to your other topic, it sounds like some other plugins were the culprit.
If you’d like to help improve the forum, view, and topic-index queries, we have this ticket open for bbPress 2.5: http://bbpress.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/1925
From http://api.jquery.com/live/ :
As of jQuery 1.7, the .live() method is deprecated. Use .on() to attach event handlers. Users of older versions of jQuery should use .delegate() in preference to .live().
Sounds like you’re using an old jQuery version, being enqueued from some other plugin.
This is the problem with open-source software… complete lack of support. At least with YaBB the people were passionate enough about their project to answer questions.
Howdy. Not sure where in the world you live, but in America, this was a holiday weekend, and most of us chose to be with our families. Also, last night was WordPress’s 10 year anniversary, and many of us were celebrating with our colleagues.
That said, our forum staff are volunteers and not under any obligation to assist, just like you weren’t obligated to post your reply on how you solved the issue. Scolding them for not being around won’t motivate them to help you (or anyone else) any faster.
…bbPress String Swap…
David Decker keeps an eye on these forums, and would likely be open to feedback on how to improve this plugin. It’s only filtering words on output, so if it’s inefficient, it’s probably an easy’ish fix.
Thanks for posting your experiences, and thanks for the feedback.
Not enough information to help really. I don’t see any actual useful error message, though it looks like your page output halts in bbPress’s breadcrumb. You’ll need to look through your output, do some searching through the code, and debug what’s going on.
There are too many unknowns. Try installing the Debug Bar plugin, and read up about debugging your installation here: http://codex.wordpress.org/Debugging_in_WordPress
I’m addressing this in the next release. It’s a bit of a catch 22, though it’s seemingly only happening on older installations where auto-role was turned off.
The theme has CSS rules that are too broad. You’ll need to write some CSS yourself to counter it, and even the bbPress styles back out.
Links to your forums are not relative to where you use the forum shortcode. When you think about it, how could they be? You’re free to use the shortcodes anywhere you wish, even on multiple pages.
If you want to change the permalinks for your forums, visit
Dashboard > Settings > Forums > Permalinksand change them there.
I don’t understand what you’re asking for. The topics widget has several display options.
bbPress 2.3 will convert Group Forums to regular Forums, and it’s up to you and your installation to determine if they’re connected to Groups or not.
Probably an easy enhancement. Put up a patch on Trac!
BuddyPress 1.2.10 is an extremely old version. You’ll want to update incrementally to the current version of BuddyPress first, then bbPress, and then run the migration scripts.
You’ll want to backup your data, in case something goes wrong. You’ll also probably end up doing some manual work and guessing about what needs to happen, since every installation has its quirks.
When you delete a user, WordPress will prompt you and ask you what to do with all of their existing posts.
Probably need more information to be helpful here. What’s actually happening? Are you familiar with debugging WordPress, using WP_DEBUG and such?
Good question. bbPress uses roles in a different way than BuddyPress does. BuddyPress does not have custom user roles the way WordPress and bbPress do. Instead, right now roles are just a way to identify what user’s have what position in the group member hierarchy: admin, moderator, member, banned, etc…
Which is to say, one does not directly effect the other in any real way.