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I don’t see any install of bbPress, only mingle forums at http://www.cvshore.com/forum/
There is not one that I am aware of yet, feel free to write one though
I’m looking into this for you and will post an update when I have more information for you.
No, you do not need BuddyPress installed.
Is the bbPress plugin activated on your plugins settings? (if it is deactivate it and reactivate it)
There are three new menu items on your WordPress navigation menu. These are:
Forums – create and manage your forum.
Topics – topics are created within forums, they are the issues that are being discussed.
Replies – replies are made to topics, this is the actual discussion.
You should be able to see your forums at http://yourdomain.com/forums/
You can also create a standard WordPress page and add a shortcode eg. [bbp-forum-index] (This will Show your entire forum index) to the page content.
You can then add either to any of your main WordPress menus for easy navigation.
> To fix this try resetting your permalinks. In your WordPress
> Administration Screens navigate to Settings > Permalinks, select a
> different permalink structure and save. Then select your preferred
> permalink structure and save again.
bbPress does allow shortcodes for security reasons, you should look at something like http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/bbpress2-shortcode-whitelist/
To order your replies in reverse order add the following code to your themes functions.php file.
Glad its working for you.
It does not have to be a bug by either developer and is most likely just a conflict between the plugins, I would go ask to authors of the wordbooker plugin if they could have a look at bbPress and see if they can offer a fix/solution and/or implement bbPress support.
Try this and post the link back here:
- Create a WordPress page eg. bbpress-test would be http://pedalterapi.net/bbpress-test
- Add the shortcode [bbp-forum-index] to the page http://codex.bbpress.org/shortcodes/
Does this now include the forum description?
- This reply was modified 9 months ago by Stephen Edgar.
Are you adding a forum description to each of the forums you are creating?
eg. ‘Anything’ should also have a description ‘This forum is for anything’ and that will then show underneath the forum title on your forums page.
The Topic Tags part of your question to enable or disable them bbPress wide has already been completed and will be available in bbPress 2.2
Have a read of this to help get you going http://codex.bbpress.org/getting-started-with-bbpress/
I have no idea what is going on at your site but you have some other forum package that is not bbPress embedded in an iframe using a different domain.
> Visibility: decide whether your forum is public, private or hidden.
> Public – Anyone can see these forums
> Private – Only logged in registered users can see these forums
> Hidden: Only Moderators/Admins can see these forums
If you want further granular access you should use a plugin to control the access privs:
> Try resetting your permalinks. In your WordPress Administration
> Screens navigate to Settings > Permalinks, select a different
> permalink structure and save. Then select your preferred permalink
> structure and save again.
Have you had a look at BuddyPress Courseware?
It may have some of what you are trying to do already done, and a bit more
If you just want to keep rolling your own, get started with your own templates customizations here:
The best thing I can suggest is to create a ticket on trac http://bbpress.trac.wordpress.org/
bbPress 2.1x includes the import tool now to import from bbPress Standalone, phpBB, vBulletin & Invision.
To get started importing forums have a look at this
Sorry about the no reply, typically with only a limited number of people helping out here when they are able to give their time on topics they are comfortable with replying things can take time. I quickly scan the site using http://bbpress.org/forums/view/no-replies/ so if you bump your own topic it may get missed.
Let us know how that solution you linked works out and if not also put a link to your site and what theme you are using and we can take a closer look.
Once/if/when the following plugin is updated to support bbPress 2.1x (it is currently broken) it should do what you are looking for:
That’s the only option I can suggest at the moment
It prevents users from flooding your site with posts and is ‘Throttle Time’ setting in your forums WordPress Dashboard -> Settings’ -> ‘Forums’
Also have a look at this thread for more info