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how can I see all tags?

  • Hi everyone,

    I am new in bbpress. I try too many times, I search, But I didn’t find!…

    I want to see all tags in a page. But I don’t know.

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  • buddha trance
    Member

    @buddha-trance

    Is this what you mean?

    yourdomain.com/forums-directory/tags/

    /tags/

    will take you to the list


    chrishajer
    Participant

    @chrishajer

    buddha trance, that’s just the most popular tags though, correct?

    http://bbpress.org/forums/tags/

    That’s just the top 80 tags, here.


    buddha trance
    Member

    @buddha-trance

    @chrishajer – you are right… I don’t have a lot of tags on mine and I thought it was listing them all… :-(

    I’ll try to find out if there is a complete list option.


    buddha trance
    Member

    @buddha-trance

    OK, here is a possible quick workaround for now. Really late at night here, so I don’t have enough neurons to come up with a different solution.

    The popular tags feature has a limit of 80 tags.

    If you create another template and call it all-tags.php, put it in the forum directory, and use the call for the popular tags, but without the limit, it should work.

    all-tags.php

    <?php
    require('./bb-load.php');
    ?>

    <?php bb_get_header(); ?>

    <div class="bbcrumb"><a href="<?php bb_uri(); ?>"><?php bb_option('name'); ?></a> &raquo; <?php _e('All Tags'); ?></div>

    <p role="main"><?php _e('This is the list of all tags that are currently used on the forums.'); ?></p>

    <div id="hottags">
    <?php bb_tag_heat_map( 9, 38, 'pt' ); ?>
    </div>

    <?php bb_get_footer();

    then call for youdomain.com/forums/all-tags.php

    or the path where the file is

    I don’t have that many tags, so I can’t test it.

    At least, this is the principle, maybe there is another template code for that, like bb_get_tags or so…


    chrishajer
    Participant

    @chrishajer

    buddha trance, works perfectly in 1.0.2.

    Using 0.9.0.4, it gives me the top half of the page and no more. These are the last two things in the rendered page:

    <div id="main">

    <div class="bbcrumb">


    buddha trance
    Member

    @buddha-trance

    @chrishajer, glad it works!

    I did use the template of 1.0.2 for reference.

    For 0.9.0.4 one can try to adapt it from that original template.

    The reference file is tags.php of the Kakumei theme.

    Add the bb_load call on top to create the page, and take off the 80 limit.

    Hopefully, it will work the same way. The basic idea is to take that limit off when tags are called. :-)

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