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  • Kasper Isager
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    @kasperisager

    Forgot to wrap it: *which means that every <a> on the…


    John James Jacoby
    Keymaster

    @johnjamesjacoby

    Probably not used for anything important. Might be some small style tweaks you’d need to compensate for.


    goddess_dix
    Participant

    @goddess_dix

    I am having exactly the same problem. Having trouble figuring out how to remove this class, not competent with jquery and trying to avoid digging in the core. Any suggestions?


    goddess_dix
    Participant

    @goddess_dix

    And I’ve gathered the script would go something like this?

    $("body").removeClass("reply");
    

    Any clues as to what template or how I might add that to remove the reply class from the body would be great. This is my first foray with bbPress and it’s been a learning curve…

    You’ll want to remove it from the actual theme template instead of dynamically removing it via jQuery.

    Copy the theme files from within bbPress to youtheme/bbpress/ and then make your edits, that way they will be saved and not wiped out on future upgrades.


    goddess_dix
    Participant

    @goddess_dix

    Thank you very much for the reply, jaredatch. Since this class is actually added to the body tag not the wrap divs on replies or whatever, I haven’t been able to locate a template that would allow me to edit it. I may well be missing something and not understanding the bbPress structure, I don’t know.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 10 months ago by  goddess_dix.

    The body classes are applied dynamically using the WordPress body_class() function (http://codex.wordpress.org/Function_Reference/body_class)

    You can use a little trickery to hook into it and remove classes, but if possible I probably won’t do that.

    Why are you wanting to remove that body class?


    goddess_dix
    Participant

    @goddess_dix

    My theme (Genesis child theme no longer available) uses the reply class for styling. When editing a reply or using a search widget, it messes up the presentation of links. While I could look to try and alter my theme itself to not use the reply class anymore, it’s customized pretty heavily and the company that I purchased this particular child theme from is no longer in business for support requests or suggestions to make it compatible with bbPress. I’ve done a fair amount of work just getting it to the point most of it does look good.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 10 months ago by  goddess_dix.

    This should do the trick. Just drop it in your theme’s functions.php file.

    https://gist.github.com/3868835


    goddess_dix
    Participant

    @goddess_dix

    Thank you! This has been driving me insane for the last couple of weeks now. I very much appreciate your help.

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