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  • Liberty
    Participant

    @liberty10000

    Hello,

    today I created a new WordPress site and installed bbpress, but I have the problem that the toolbar over the textarea is not available. My website is: plusthemes.de/support

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  • Robin W
    Moderator

    @robin-w

    not quite sure what you mean, but have a look at

    http://codex.bbpress.org/step-by-step-guide-to-setting-up-a-bbpress-forum/

    and if you still have a problem, come back


    Lynqoid
    Participant

    @lynqoid

    I would check for javascript errors elsewhere on your site.


    Liberty
    Participant

    @liberty10000

    Sorry for my late reply.

    @robin-w
    I have read the site you gave me but I can’t find a solution for my problem.

    @lynqoid
    I have deleted every JavaScript and tested it. Nothing!
    I deleted the code of the function.php. Nothing!
    I deactivated every plug-in. Nothing!
    …and the CSS can’t be the fault because the toolbar is not disabled. It’s not there.

    I don’t know what the problem could be. I hope someone can help me.


    Liberty
    Participant

    @liberty10000

    Has someone an idea how I can fix this problem?

    567


    Robin W
    Moderator

    @robin-w

    Apart from just posting a picture, please explain what your problem is.

    I do not know if you are still talking about a toolbar or something else.

    Please explain in detail what you issue is.

    We are here to try to help you, but need proper requests please.


    Liberty
    Participant

    @liberty10000

    Hello Robin,

    I’m missing this toolbar:
    dsrgdrg

    it’s not available on my site:
    dgdfrgdr

    I have the newest versions of WordPress and bbPress and have done this steps to fix this problem but nothing happened:

    I have deleted every JavaScript and tested it. Nothing!
    I deleted the code of the function.php. Nothing!
    I deactivated every plug-in. Nothing!
    …and the CSS can’t be the fault because the toolbar is not disabled. It’s not there.

    I opened my forum for guests and created a test forum. Now you can take a look on it: http://plusthemes.de/forum/test

    Thank you so much for your answer. I try to give as much information as possible. :)


    Robin W
    Moderator

    @robin-w

    Thanks for the extra info, that was the part that my brain had not seen !

    Sorry to suggest this (given that this is a theme site), but have you switched to a default theme such as twentytwelve to eliminate a theme issue?


    Robin W
    Moderator

    @robin-w

    oh, and in
    Dashboard>settings>forums> forum features have you ticked “Post formatting” to enable this toolbar?


    Liberty
    Participant

    @liberty10000

    This is the default bbPress theme. I just used CSS to change the style of the forum. I commented the CSS part for the bbPress forum out but nothing happened.

    Dashboard>settings>forums> forum features have you ticked “Post formatting” to enable this toolbar?

    I have probably checked 100 times if this is ticked. :D


    Robin W
    Moderator

    @robin-w

    ‘I have probably checked 100 times if this is ticked’

    Thanks, but always worth asking.

    ‘This is the default bbPress theme. ‘

    No I meant the wordpress theme you are using. switch to one such as twenty eleven to see if that makes a difference


    Liberty
    Participant

    @liberty10000

    Ok, I switched to “Twenty Ten” and the toolbar appears. I don’t saw an mistake in my code. I hope you can see it: http://snippi.com/s/r6mpul7


    Robin W
    Moderator

    @robin-w

    can you open up your site again, and I’ll have a look with firebug to see if I can spot an issue


    Liberty
    Participant

    @liberty10000

    Ok, test forum is open: http://plusthemes.de/support/forum/test


    Robin W
    Moderator

    @robin-w

    ok, I had a look, and yours is definitely trying to use the wp-editor not the tinymce one.

    My forum calls

    <div id="qt_bbp_topic_content_toolbar" class="quicktags-toolbar">
    

    under the title.

    Yours calls

    <div id="wp-bbp_topic_content-editor-container" class="wp-editor-container">
    

    As to why, I can’t say. You could try

    function add_tiny() {
    bbp_get_the_content(array ( 		
    'tinymce' => true,
    ));
    }
    add_filter ('bbp_before_get_the_content_parse_args','add_tiny') ;
    

    in your functions file to force it to use the mce editor

    (I haven’t tried that code so may need some editing)

    The function in form-topic uses bbp_the_content which calls bbp_get-the_content – both functions are in

    bbpress/includes/common/template.php

    if you want a look.

    I am now away for the weekend !


    Liberty
    Participant

    @liberty10000

    I already tried this code but I had the same problem with this editor.

    function add_tiny() {
    bbp_get_the_content(array ( 		
    'tinymce' => true,
    ));
    }
    add_filter ('bbp_before_get_the_content_parse_args','add_tiny') ;

    I think the problem is in the bbpress.php file. I will change same code on weekend and hope I will find the problem.


    Robin W
    Moderator

    @robin-w

    Try it with the return added !

    function add_tiny() {
    bbp_get_the_content(array ( 		
    'tinymce' => true,
    ));
    Return $args ;
    }
    add_filter ('bbp_before_get_the_content_parse_args','add_tiny') ;

    Liberty
    Participant

    @liberty10000

    I added the code and got an error message: Connection lost.


    Liberty
    Participant

    @liberty10000

    I have made some changes with bbpress.php file but the editor still not working. Now I’m pretty sure that the bbpress.php file is not the problem. I have no idea what the problem could be. :( :D

    I’am using these files for my theme:

    • index.php
    • bbpress.php
    • style.php
    • functions.php

    Could this information help to solve this problem? Do I need a page.php file?


    Robin W
    Moderator

    @robin-w

    No, bbpress looks for the following files in this order for its page template

    plugin-bbpress.php
    bbpress.php
    forums.php
    forum.php
    generic.php
    page.php
    single.php
    index.php

    so as long as you have a bbpress.php it will look no further

    If you want to enable the Visual Editor you should use the code from the codex:

    http://codex.bbpress.org/enable-visual-editor/

    function bbp_enable_visual_editor( $args = array() ) {
        $args['tinymce'] = true;
        return $args;
    }
    add_filter( 'bbp_after_get_the_content_parse_args', 'bbp_enable_visual_editor' );

    Also make sure you have no other plugins causing a conflict.


    Liberty
    Participant

    @liberty10000

    Hello Stephen,

    I added this code in my functions.php file and got two button but the toolbar is still not working:
    dhfdth

    I have only 2 plug-ins. bbPress and Aqua Verifier. I already deactivated the Aqua Verifier plug-in to see if the plug-in could cause the problem but it doesn’t. I think the problem is my theme I have created for my site but I can’t find an mistake in my code. I would be really glad if you could take a look on my code: http://snippi.com/s/r6mpul7

    I can’t see anything obvious that is wrong….

    Your not using the latest jQuery, your using v1.10.2, you should be using v1.11.0

    I would double check your code in any functions.php you are using for your theme, make sure you are using bbPress v2.5.3.

    I’d also suggest strip out all the JavaScript (stickUp.js etc) and the jQuery bits as @Lynq wrote above and get back to an extremely basic header.php, footer.php and bbpress.php (or index.php, page.php etc) and verify everything is working then add back your JavaScript bits one at a time.

    Another thing, take a look at the following plugin

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/bbpress-enable-tinymce-visual-tab/

    I wouldn’t add this now whilst things are not working as expected as you will compound your issues but it might be another option available to you if your want a custom visual editor on your forms.


    Liberty
    Participant

    @liberty10000

    Thank you very much for your replys.
    I made a lot to get this toolbar work. Here is a list of things I already done to solve my problem:

    • deleted every JavaScript
    • deleted the code of the functions.php file
    • deactivated every plug-in
    • changed bbpress.php to page.php
    • commented the bbPress-CSS in style.css out
    • commented parts of my bbpress.php out
    • enable the Visual Editor

    …and I changed my theme to the default “Twenty Ten” theme and the toolbar appeared. The problem is my theme but I don’t know why. :(

    JavaScripts are deleted and I will add header.php and footer.php files. I hope this is the solution but I don’t think so.


    Liberty
    Participant

    @liberty10000

    I’m sorry for my late reply.
    Adding header.php and footer.php files hasn’t solved the problem. I made some changes of my theme and hoped that the problem would solve itself, but no. If you have another idea how I could solve my problem please write it down! I would be really glad if someone could help me out.

    Thank you for the amazing support up to this point. It’s my first topic here because I had never a problem with bbPress before. If there is no more possibility to solve the problem I will create my theme from zero.

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