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Actually, I believe that anyone who’s role can read private forums can see the list. I have used the members plugin to modify the author role to allow reading private forums, private topics, and private pages, and they certainly can see the list.
Since this is now an official bug, what should I do? I am a newbie and have no experience–do I just wait, or will it be a long time, so that I should try to cook up a work around, e.g., with a static page that has the forums listed by hand.
All advice would be much appreciated.
I talked to a local WP expert and found out that I was misusing “link”; a newbie mistake.
For other newbies: I thought that “title” was the text that the link should display; it is not. You type the text, select it and click on “link”; then you enter the url, and an optional title, and all is well.
Sorry for my ignorance.
I posted this request in several different forums–I did not realize that is not considered acceptable, and apologize.
My forums are a mix of both; the old behavior was that the public forums showed up and the private ones did not. Now nothing shows up.
Elsewhere someone told me:
You could use htaccess and a RewriteRule for that.
Can someone help me figure out what that means and how to do it?
No, it’s being hosted on godaddy. But it mysteriously fixed itself. The problem disappeared without me doing anything at all except getting a small heart-attack.
Now I can’t even access the site–I get:
Fatal error: require() [function.require]: Failed opening required ‘*wp-contentpluginsbbpress/bbp-includes/bbp-core-hooks.php’ (include_path=’.;C:php5pear’) in *wp-contentpluginsbbpressbbpress.php on line 431
I haven’t done any tinkering or modifying–just straight plugins.
I’m using the graphene theme.