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Stickies and closed don't get an unique class?

  • I know bbPress is all about basic, clean and minimalism code but not adding an unique class or ID to a sticky topic or a closed topic is a huge missing part i think.

    (the function works just no way to style it)

    Will the bbPress (2.+) version be the same as the bbPress (1.0) version?

    Without 25 different must have plugins is just not worth installing it?

    Don’t get me wrong, i love the option to add plugins that can make bbPress do more advanced functions, but a feature like sticky and closed topics should be styled in the core files not by a plugin.

    Not talking about lock icons , stars icons and different forum icons just a light gray or green background would be nice to have out of the box.

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  • John James Jacoby
    Keymaster

    @johnjamesjacoby

    bbPress 2.0 does this already, and includes basic styling for them.

    Oo gosh..

    :)

    I think i have a different bbPress plugin. Are you sure there is no fake ‘Made’ in China bbPress plugin on the market?

    Maybe it’s time for me to test my bbPress plugin on a single WP install because i think all my functions not working has something to do with me being on a Multisite install.

    Just curious is it this PHP code that handles the Sticky and Closing class?

    <?php bbp_topic_class(); ?>

    I was building a new forum layout and my new layout is based on lists

    < ul >

    < li > instead of tables thats why i prob. deleted that php code.

    My stupid mistake here.


    John James Jacoby
    Keymaster

    @johnjamesjacoby

    That’s it. There are similar functions for forums and replies as well.


    AAShepAA
    Participant

    @aashepaa

    Guys, I am not seeing anything that says “sticky” – when I sticky a post. I am also not getting any color-change – or anything else to indicate that it is a sticky. I am guessing that it has something to do with the <?php bbp_topic_class(); ?> mentioned by Jaja – but I have no clue where to start.

    Can you point me in the right direction?

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