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Thanks. I’ll keep on trying. I’m not using wordpress though, it’s a 100% custom system integrated with bbpress. I’m sure it’ll turn out to be something stupid from my part.
Nope. Doesn’t work With or without database interaction.
Yeah. I mean, that’s why I think it’s odd. I tried to add some dummy text to the db and then to do what you just posted. But it didn’t work. Must check why. It’s really weird, since the other actions work properly.
add_action('bb_tag_added', 'status_tags_update',100,3);won’t work. I don’t think the action is running. Which is odd.
I’ll keep on looking, any new help is appreciated. And thanks for the tip.
I hope it helps somehow. In my opinion, this is the best forum software if you’re a developer that wants custom forums and doesn’t mind getting dirty with code. At least that’s why I love it (I know, people will disagree with me).
I’ve never felt so in control of my forums before . Everything is just … clean, from the default UI to the insides.In reply to: Integrating bbPress with a custom coded site
I’ve done this but I use the bbpress database. If you can make a relationship between the bbpress database and your user database I’m sure you can work something.
Sure thing… Right now I use a different database, but I’m going to change it to work with users_meta. Nothing hard. I’ll send you a message when I doIn reply to: OpenID for bbpress
@ __ck__: I was planning on tackling this, since I just love OpenID. But it would be nice to also offer support for phpMyID (http://siege.org/projects/phpMyID/). That’s what I use to make my own domain, my openID.
@Staffan: I moved the post content div to the right (with margin-left) and then applied a border. Then I used a little triangular image (the part that makes the bubble effect) and displaced it to the left (using background-position). It’s pretty much just CSS.
Err. Sorry about the double post. Functions are recognized properly now -_- I had a dumb mistake (It’s surprising what a little sleep can do for you).
The thing is, I can’t get the functions to recognize the user as being logged in. Will I have to do something similar to what people do to integrate with wp?
because I called inexistant functions. The includes went on properly.
yeah. I actually tried that, but It didn’t recognize any functions. . Even tried including the functions, template-functions, pluggable, etc files on their own. Still nothing.
And I tried searching for the cookie parameters, but I’m dumb and I was sleepy, couldn’t do a thing.In reply to: very simple one-thread customization?
Will the thread be changing? or is it just constant? If it’s constant, you definitely want a guestbookIn reply to: wpmu/bbpress logins work, forums don’t!
It seems to be an .htaccess conflict … check your rules.In reply to: Is there a theme…
Firefox gave you a virus? or something you downloaded with firefox?
Anyway, It’s not really about what browser you use, even if you use FF, a lot of people will use Internet Explorer. So you have to make your CSS work with both.
Developing with firefox is easier, specially with firebug, web developer and IETab extensions. You might want to give those a spin with your firefox.In reply to: bbPress, visual integration with WordPress?
Well, you’d have to edit bbpress’s theme so it suits your website.In reply to: Show off your Forum !!
I use a lot of Plugins, some I’ve edited myself. I haven’t checked for new versions in some time, so I may be out of date :p.
* Upload Avatar Plugin
* Allow Images
* Signature Plugin (edited to allow images)
* Quote (edited to display who you’re quoting)
* BB Emoticons (with tango emoticons)
* Fix Auto-Close
* No ?replies
* Front Page Topics
* BBCode for BBPress (We encourage use of regular markup, but we have this option available to our users).
* Comment Quicktags
* Show Post Count
* Fix BBpress
* Online List
* Page Links
* Indicate New Posts
* BBPress Private Messaging
* TDP Badges (A custom plugin I made to give out badges to our users depending on their taste in games and their accomplishments).
I hacked some code to allow a color changing tag-cloud. I guess that’s it.In reply to: Windows platform to linux
Practice makes perfect and you have a great headstart. I’ll talk with my associate about shell access and everything and see if we can reach a nice agreement
Wow. It’s surprising how many sites are using bbpress, I thought there were much less. I hope some of these micro-forums (including mine) benefit from this. More awareness of the software is good for everyone who uses it.
ahh, I see It’s nice. Well, if you ever need hosting, do contact me. That’s the least I could do for the best bbpress plugin coder .
@airdrawndagger: Thanks I’m glad it made you switch to this great software.
@vlp: Sorry, I didn’t quite understand. The page number, like for every page on the forum that’s displayed on the front page? If it’s that, there’s a plugin for that :o… but I get the feeling that’s not what you meant.
@baptiste: I like the blue theme from baptiste.us … Though maybe the blue text should be a bit clearer when its on blue backgrounds.In reply to: Theme / plugin for profile page?
Why don’t you edit the theme to display it the way you want? That’s what I did.
And you can add custom profile fields easily too. Maybe a plugin to add custom profile fields more easily would be nice.In reply to: tag bug on bbpress.org