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What are your forum page URL structures, as set in Settings > Forums?
Yes, there is an option in Settings > Forums that allows you to permit anonymous users to post to the forum.
1). I chose this hook because it was the only one that made sense to me, in terms of the final location. Since it is hooked, you are obviously free to move it wherever you wish.
2). Agreed, and this is on the list.
3). Yes this is a concern. JJJ and I spoke about this for a while for this exact reason. The plugin is persistent, meaning that every single topic ID is stored in the user meta, which will eventually run out of space. At some point I want to alter this, but have not yet come up with a better solution.
4). That very true but I have not yet figured out a way to really do that. The number of replies flag is an interesting though, and might work, but I can’t say for sure until I attempt to implement something.
Off the top of my head I’m not sure, but tinker with it a little and report back. I’ll be traveling for a day or two, but I can try tinkering with it when I get back.
Sounds like it’s most likely a theme conflict. I’d suggest you try switching to the default theme for a moment to confirm.
I would suggest you simply append it to the content of the lead topic.
Do the default forum pages show up fine? Look in Settings > Forums and check what the forum base is. For example, if your forum base is “forums”, does yoursite.com/forums work?
I’m sure there is, but I’m not aware of a ready to use function.
@GordonRe – You’re completely right in the limitations of Content Restriction, but those limitations are simply because the plugin is built for a very specific purpose, and it was built as an extension of Easy Digital Downloads.
What needs to happen is a new plugin be built that includes all the features needed
It looks like the issue is that none of the forum pages work: http://www.obstructedview.net/community/
That URL (from what you’ve told me) should display the forum index.
Do you have a page called community?
Is the base URL for your forums set to “community” or is that the page you have placed a bbPress short code on?
Can you give a more through example? Do you want to detect when you’re on a single forum? A specific topic?
Here’s a really basic way of how you can do it: https://gist.github.com/3788409
The theme template.
It’s not so much CSS as it is HTML. In this case I’m not able to give you the necessary CSS without first taking a long time to set it up myself and figure it out. I would recommend you hire someone to do it for you.
You will have to modify the theme template files in order to get all sub forums to match up.
Read my reply above. You can create a page (just a regular WordPress page) and then place [bbp-forum-index] in the page content.
In the page settings go to Discussion and disable comments.
Go to the wp-admin then click on Pages > Add New and place
inside of the main content.
Unless you place one of the forum short codes on a page, there is no page assigned to bbPress templates.
I’m not sure I’m following. Do you want to know if you are on one of the forums that is nested under the discussions page?
What if you place the [bbp-forum-index] on a regular page and select the Sidebar template? Does that allow the widgets correctly?
Do you have a single-forum.php file in the theme?
No, there is not a bbPress version of 2011, but Twenty Eleven is fully compatible. I’ve used it several times.