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WPMU and bbpress-integration.php


  • thesportsfag
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    @thesportsfag

    In a WPMU install with bbpress as a subdirectory where should the file bbpress-integration.php be placed and how should it be activated (sitewide or just for the main blog)? As it stands now I followed the instructions and placed it in wp-content/plugins folder and activated it but it can be seen and activated by all other users in their respective dashboards. That doesn’t seem right/safe.

    Thanks

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  • bbPress is not a plugin. It’s a stand alone. You can integrate it. To avoid headaches later make a folder in your WP and put the files in there. Call it whatever you think you want the url to be.

    if you want domain.com/forums then call the folder forums when you put all the bbpress files in.


    thesportsfag
    Member

    @thesportsfag

    gerikg,

    Thanks for the reply but I don’t think I made my question clear. Let me try again. I know that bbpress is not a plugin — I have it installed and it’s working just fine. One of the last steps in the directions is to upload a plugin with a file name bbpress-integration.php to your plugins directory. Now this file is still in my plugins folder with the ability of any MU user to activate or deactivate it. That doesn’t seem right.

    The plugin just gives you information, once you get the information from it you can delete it.


    thesportsfag
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    @thesportsfag

    perfect thanks

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