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Tested and experiencing the bug with no plugins on both WP 2.2.1 and WPMU 1.2.3. Only happens if wp-blog-header.php is inlcuded in the config.php for bbPress.
Might it be some server setting?
Currently experiencing on three different machines, very similar setups though. I will test this on a different machine/setup tonight.
It’s a stylesheet, it will not interfere with the styles in your WP theme unless there are name collisions between the class/id’s.
Looks like its running now, I hope thats yours and not someone else’s.
include the kakumei stylesheet in your template header, or copy the kakumei styles and put them into the stylesheet for your wordpress theme.
there is an annoying bug:
It is a REALLY bad idea to leave an wordpress installer sitting on your server, and it is an especially REALLY bad idea to then provide the link to everyone. Some bad person could do some very bad things to your server. You should take that down right away.
This issue has now been confirmed with WP 2.2.1 as well. All attributes from html elements are stripped. It only happens after wp-blog-header is included, everything seems to work fine when its running alone. Heading over to trac….
I have confirmed this issue with a squeaky clean install of wpmu 1.2.3 + bbPress 0.8.2.1. All attributes are stripped from html elements included in a post. Now installing and testing with plain old WP 2.2.1, will report back shortly.
@csl749, the fix-bb plugin won’t run unless you update the version it checks.
@davidbaldwin, the titles and rss are on a toggle, basically, when the page loads up, I check to see if bbpress is running:
if it is I switch the title to bbpress using
bb_get_title(), and switch the feed to
Vili, sorry for the confusion caused, what I am asking is how you are including the headers. You cannot use WordPress functions without WordPress running. Some where along the line you are including something that loads the WordPress system. Are you using the wp-blog-header.php in the bbPress config.php method from https://bbpress.org/documentation/integration-with-wordpress/ or something different?
Vili what are you including where to get both systems to run? I did not see that in your post.
Biggest deal breaker was that parts of the sidebar are generated WP category list. There’s no way to fake that.
Few things regarding the wordpress header. The main reason for this is that I want access to the wordpress functions. This is because the sidebar has bbPress user account functions, such as view / edit profile. I need to know what the user’s wordpress id is in order to create these links when bbPress isn’t running. Granted, I could just send them to the wordpress profile, however I don’t care for the wordpress user profile page. It takes them completely out of the site. In addition to this, I dont really want them on the dashboard, for any reason. I eventually plan to extend the profile pages to include user comment activity in addition to forum activity, etc. I couldn’t do that without both systems running. As for the rest of the general integration, faking this functionality by copying and pasting code and duplicating everything seems lazy and sloppy.
I agree that the user integration is satisfactory, however I would love to see a standardized method of doing the theme integration. The problem I had was that the wp/bbp precautions were layering, and lots of stuff was getting double escaped, etc. I could not complete a satisfactory integration without editing included core files, which did not make my sysadmins very happy.
I also want to add some kudos to the bbPress project for including pagination out of the box, something WP sorely needs.
In reference to Vili’s post, this is how I did the integration for 2Checkout.com’s install of WP and bbP, however it still left something to be desired. There are occasions where POST or GET content is filtered more than it should be because both systems are running concurrently. Once this gets hashed out, I would have no problem using this for a professional project again, however the amount of work to get around this is currently prohibitive.
My “Pimp your Press” topic for 2Checkout.com:
Thank you very much. I have to say that the integration process (that is the full integration with the theme and all) was not straightforward or easy enough for the average user, I had to do some wacky stuff to get it working correctly on more than one occasion. This is currently the only problem I have with bbPress. Hopefully at some point, bbPress will plug right into a wordpress theme out of the box, or at least be much easier to do.In reply to: limit forums included in latest discussions