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No, it should just work.
If you have links to your site this really helps us to see exactly what your issue might be.
It looks like you have fixed this and it is a WordPress issue and not a bbPress issue.
Ok… Maybe define en-US in wp-config.php `define (‘WPLANG’, ‘en-US’);`
That might lead to other issues with the rest of your site though not having en-US for WordPress
Another option, although I don’t think this will works anymore is to upload them to /wp-content/plugins/bbpress/languages/
There isn’t currently a way to do what you are asking, there probably is a way to disable stickies site wide for everyone (including admin/keymaster) but that is not what you are looking for.
With the default permissions a moderator has I think there are far more dangerous options available to them such as deleting other users topics and replies.
In this regard you are offering any moderators of your forum a certain degree of trust. I would suggest you extend this trust to your moderators in regards to stickies. You can make this part of your ‘moderator’ rules/policy and ask all your moderators abide by this policy.
What happens if you name them bbpress-en-US.po & bbpress-en-US.mo
Contact the author/support site of the plugin causing the conflict and see if they can work towards making their plugin compatible with bbPress.
Tapatalk bbPress 2 plugin series 1.1.0 released
Update note: 25 Dec 2012
1. add GD bbPress Attachments support
2. fix invalid forum list request for category forum
3. fix topic notification status change when reply a topic
4. fix incorrect url issue in notification email
5. fix time missing issue in latest view
6. fix timezone issue
7. fix incorrect user post count issue
8. fix user reply post list view avatar display issue
9. fix topic subscription issue
They have a dedicated bbPress Forum here
Take a look at this topics on topic/reply excepts:
Strange, I will have dig around myself over the weekend and take a closer look.
It is being put in the following container’twocol’
From your CSS http://coldnosesbook.com/wp-content/themes/pinboard/style.css ~ Line #570
You might be best contacting the theme authors for tips on the best way to integrate bbPress with the theme.
Probably a conflict with another plugin.
Try disabling all your other plugins before activating bbPress and then enable each plugin one by one to try and find what plugin might be causing a conflict.
I have not tried this (nor have I tried a custom pomo myself yet) so how well this would all work and fit together could get nasty quite quickly
You could setup WordPress as a ‘multisite’ and have custom PO MO files on each site…
So what happens if you disable those plugins? Does the problem still exist?
I have just sent you an email to see where we can go from here.
There are no known bugs regarding shortcodes so they should work on your site.
- Create a new WordPress page via /wp-admin/post-new.php?post_type=page
- Give the page a title
- Add for example to login shortcode `[bbp-login]` to the page content
- Click publish and view your new page
- ‘production’ server: WP 3.4, S2Member v??? & bbPress 2.2.3 <- Produces the error in your OP
- 'development' server: WP 3.4, S2Member v??? bbPress 2.2.2 and/or 2.2.3 <- Does not produce the error
So what are the differences between your 'almost identical configuration'?
Details on private and hidden forums are here:
Specific details of user roles and capabilities are here:
@Rasheed I also recommended @Yousef-Matios post on the Polyglots blog here. regarding the Arabic translation of bbPress which he has and is more than willing to share. Can you also reply to that thread and update Yousef on how he can best help get the remaining Arabic translations needed at http://translate.wordpress.org/projects/bbpress/dev/ar/default
I think something along the lines of the following might work though it is a BuddyPress guide it would be quite similar to do for bbPress.
The (0,0) are the counts for the number of topics and replies in that child forum.
To list the child forums vertically rather than horizontally add the code from the following to your WordPress theme functions.php file https://gist.github.com/3797945
bbPress 2.2.3 was released 11 December 2012
S2Member developer @WebSharks posted details of S2Member fixes in the following thread ~22 December 2012 http://bbpress.org/forums/topic/fix-for-users-of-s2member-and-bbpress-2-2/
I am ‘presuming’ S2Member/@WebSharks was testing against bbPress 2.2.3
This is the first time I have seen anyone mention the error you detail above.
Have you any other plugins recently updated that maybe the cause of this?
Have you tried any extra combinations of the plugins eg. bbPress 2.2.2 & S2Member v121213 to see if it is an S2Member issue rather than bbPress?
ps. I also see your thread on S2Members forum with no answers at the time I wrote this http://www.s2member.com/forums/topic/bbpress-2-2-3-fatal-error-on-users-page/
See the following topic and note this is fixed for the next release of bbPress
JJJ wrote: This is fixed in trunk, and will be part of 2.3. In the meanwhile, turn debugging off in your production site and the error goes away, without any consequences that I am aware of. http://bbpress.org/forums/topic/bbpress-throws-php-error-when-super-admin-creates-a-new-site/