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Thanks, but not what I’m asking for.
I can predict the actual URL structure itself. What I’m looking for are where the single reply URL’s are being used in your theme, making them accessible and allowing them to be crawled.
As a better example, can you find where those single reply permalinks are exposed here on bbpress.org? If so, can you walk me through where you’re seeing them?
Where are the single reply URL’s being exposed? If they are, it wasn’t done intentionally. There does need to exist some single permalink for each individual reply, as it’s how editing on the theme-side works.
It may help also if you include example URL’s of how you see this happening here on bbpress.org, so I can see it in context with a relatively stock installation.
I don’t know what you mean by ‘creates a reply page for each topic.’ Can you explain a bit more?
Not that I’m aware of, no. Functions exist to assist with inserting of forums, topics, and replies, so it could be pretty easy with some random ipsum.
I’m confused by a few things here. How can comment spam also be forum spam? To my knowledge, there’s no way a non-registered user can create topics and replies unless you have the setting enabled in
Settings > Forumsallowing them to do so.
These symbols come with WordPress. We could include our own and override these, but I’m not totally sure that’s the best solution for everyone.
There’s also nothing wrong with enabling TinyMCE; it’s just, a bit much for these lightweight forums in my opinion.
For right now, you can use the
bbp_get_user_reply_count_rawfunctions, respectively. These will eventually be replaced with cached functions, probably using usermeta to keep the counts.
Not dead; just resting. A quick search should have lead you to the
users/template-tags.php. You can pass your own arguments into it, or you can filter
bbp_after_get_user_favorites_link_parse_argsto override them.
Hey Jason! You could try resetting the user roles, in:
Tools > Forums
You can also try this neat little tool I wrote, to check out what capabilities specific users have in your forums: https://github.com/johnjamesjacoby/bbp-capabilities/
What you’re experiencing sounds like bbPress isn’t sure what to do with the role those users have, or doesn’t like the capabilities those users have saved in the DB. Other users have had similar issues, and have fixed them by remapping the roles with the above tool(s).
Huh. That’s interesting. I’ll need to investigate this. Anything unique to your setup that would be helpful for testing?
Hard to say. Look for slow queries, probably of the multiple post-meta-join variety. If you have private or hidden forums, particularly in a hierarchical setup, that can slow things down too.
That said, uncached pages don’t seem incredibly slow to me. Once the cache is primed for those pages, obviously they speed up tremendously.
You should be able to turn off caching on specific parts of the site. You typically won’t want to cache much of the BuddyPress related output, since much of it is time-sensitive and activity based.
It’s likely that the database server for your vBulletin installation isn’t configured to accept external requests from the database server you’re using for bbPress. You may want to export your vBulletin database, and import it into your bbPress database, and do the conversion locally to avoid connection issues.
Try running the tool to repair user roles and capabilities permissions. It should be the last tool in the list, located in Tools > Forums.
In my opinion, a forum isn’t a great piece of software for this kind of experience. You may want to use BuddyPress, and setup some kind of private activity stream, or create an explicit hidden group for each partnership.
If you’re committed to using bbPress, you’ll need to do some custom development to use bbPress for this job.
- Remove the
view=allquery argument; does it work then?
- You’re not using the code from the codex page.
$args['tinymce'] = true;is what turns the visual editor on.
There’s not much we’ll be able to help you with here. Like @robin-w suggested, you’ll want to lean towards the paid support forums for your theme.
A few things worth checking:
- Do you have caching installed? If so, is the page fresh?
- Is the forum private/hidden? Can your user account view private/hidden forums?
Can you take screen shots or be more specific about what your settings are? The way you describe your configuration is a bit confusing.
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.
- Remove the