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  • Lynq
    Participant

    @lynq

    .bbpress .post-image { display:none; }

    This will hide that post-image on bbpress pages.


    Stephen Edgar
    Moderator

    @netweb

    Make a copy of your page.php (or page-no-sidebar.php depending on your preference) of your StudioPress theme template file and name it bbpress.php

    This should also remove ‘door’ from your page.


    Perry Vermeulen
    Participant

    @perry-vermeulen

    Thanks Lynq – in what php code and where exactly can I add that code? In bbpress/bbpress.php? and where exactly?

    Perry


    Perry Vermeulen
    Participant

    @perry-vermeulen

    Thanks for looking into it Stephen!
    However, on my ftp, I do not have that theme teplate file page.php or page-no-sidebar.php.
    I only have front-page.php and page-landing.pdf.
    Do you think one of these are the one to duplicate?
    Thanks!!
    Perry


    Robin W
    Moderator

    @robin-w

    Perry,

    If you go back to Lynq’s answer

    .bbpress .post-image { display:none; }

    you post this in the style.css of the theme

    wp-contents/themes/’yourtheme’/style.css

    where ‘yourtheme’ is the name of the theme you are using

    put it at the end, and make a note of it, as it may disappear on any theme update, so you would need to add it back.

    Robin, the issue here is if you look at his site you also see the text Door

    Thus it is not just the image being loaded in ‘whatever’ template is loading bbPress it is also adding that text.

    Ahhh.. It’s a Genesis theme…. Are you using the Genesis Extend bbPress plugin?

    You need this http://wordpress.org/plugins/bbpress-genesis-extend/ :)

    See also: http://www.studiopress.com/forums/topic/adding-widget-area-to-page-title-php/


    Robin W
    Moderator

    @robin-w

    @netweb – thanks Stephen !

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