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It’s been a few weeks, but I think the process was:
1) add child theme declaration to your theme’s function.php file
2) Make a file called bbpress.php in your theme folder; this is the template used for the forum index (in the same way that index.php is the default for the blog in wordpress).
3) create a bbpress folder in your them folder
4) COPY any bbpress template files you want to customize into this folder from pluginsbbpressbbp-themesbbp-twentytenbbpress
SOOO easy it hurts.
Don’t forget, you might need to grab functions from the 2010 functions.php file, and you’ll also need to make sure you pay attention to styles that scripts uses (like the ajax loading style, etc).In reply to: How to turn on WP's file caching?
I should note, the error was being spit out by bbpress… this isn’t a general WP question.
I guess my question is: how do you have them behave like the do here?
Where any tags entered into the tags field are simply appended to a topic, and previous ones remain untouched?
Any word on this?
My assumption is that I’m doing something wrong, but it appears to happen on a fresh install with the default template.
But it isn’t happening here! I can add tags and the previous ones remain, so maybe there’s a but in the default template, but not in the core?In reply to: bbPress stripping tags in sidebar
Who even knows.
Upgraded to 2.1, problem’s gone. Nothing more to see here!In reply to: Switched to 2.1… error!
Hmm… I think it’s cause I had some old bbpress template files in my theme… error’s gone.
Yeah I realized I can move files from the original template, but it looks like theming 2.1 is going to be much more smooth.
Hmm… just found this:
<i>”If you are the author of this theme, then you can copy all the files *out of* the “/bbpress/bbp-themes/bbp-twentyten” folder into the folder of your theme, and make your own edits from there. The files to copy include the single-*, archive-*, page-*, and anything in the subfolders.”</i>
So is the best approach for me to copy the bbPress folder within bbp-twentyten into my theme, and add whatever forum or snippets or files I need to my theme files?
Just wondering about this.
Is W3TC “safe” to use with bbPress 2.0?In reply to: Showing topics and posts by a given user
It’s returning “This user has not created any topics.”
Is there anything I can do in the mean time to get those functions to work (apart from a manual query)?
Hmm… so is there no way to override the bbPress theme, from my theme?
Is there at least a conditional tag I can use in my theme to determine whether I’m on a forum page or not?
This seemed like a brilliant solution, but I’m sure I’m doing something wrong.
I already had a “forums” page, with the short code in place. The page slug is “forums.”
So, I figured I would make a template called page-forums.php, thinking that WordPress’s template hierarchy would take over… no such luck.
I will watch the vid when I get off the train. I’m sure the answer appears within the first 30 seconds…
Weird! I don’t have that option.
I’m on bbPress 2.0.2 Do you mean the 2.1 beta?