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Yeah…this seems to work fine too: http://www.beardownarizona.com/forums/register.php
index.php is in the /forums directory, and there are no .htaccess files that I can find.
So weird, I really have no clue where to go from here! I really like the look and feel of bbPress…I’d hate to have to try and find something else…
You’re exactly right!
I added my host (straight from wp-config.php) and it worked…BUT…it didn’t write bb-config.php on it’s own…it gave me some error messages, but it also provided the code for me to make the bb-config.php on my own…
I opened notepad, pasted the code, saved it as bb-config.php, and uploaded it to the bbPress directory. Seems to be working so far, but I’m not quite done with the install. I’ll let you know if it works out…
Thanks Chris!In reply to: How to install bbPress, WordPress already installed
Now what if I wanted to add the forums as a subdomain…like forums.example.com? How does that affect the code?
Would this work?
<li><a>http://forums.beardownarizona.com" title="Visit the forums"></a></li>
Thank you for your help!
I’m gettin this same error message when putting my WordPress database name, database user, and database password into the intial setup screen…
chrishajer: when you say “use the connection details for the database you use for WordPress and ensure the table prefixes are different,” how do we ensure the table prefixes are different? Do we do that before we put the information into our database info into the bbPress installer screen?
I’m literally copy and pasting the database/password info from my wp-config.php and putting it into the bbPress install screen, but I’m still getting the error.