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I was running HumanTest 0.9.0, which is the latest version so far as I can tell. The spammers must have been getting in a back door. Chris mentioned I should look in my logs to see where they were getting in, but I don’t know how to do this. The bogus registration emails stopped cold when I disabled register.php.
Thanks, Chris. Since I am getting registration emails to moderate, I am guessing register.php is the more likely route, but I am not a coder, and really appreciate your suggestions. Also, I just checked, and I was already running the Human Test plugin.In reply to: Password Protected Forum?In reply to: How to create Sticky Posts?In reply to: Allow Images Plugin doesn’t work
Sorry for the whining, people. I was tired & it was late. It is possible I forgot to, um, activate the plugin.In reply to: Botched Upgrade, can’t find .htacess
Thanks! That was the problem. I am happy to learn that .htaccess really wasn’t there, and it wasn’t my eyes playing tricks. I probably shouldn’t be playing around with BBPress until it reaches version 1, since I know zilch about php, but I just love the clean look & simple functionality.
Never mind. I just did it, & it worked! I may not know what I am doing, but at least I can follow instructions:)
I am having the same problem. I muddled through installing bbpress into my MAMP installation on OS X, wanting to play around with the forum locally. I can see the forum, but clicking on links returns a Not Found error. bbpress can’t find the Profile, Topic, Forum, or View directory. It seems Atsutane’s advice suggests I create a new file called htaccess in the root directory of bbpress. I am unclear on how to proceed, not being much of a coder. Any suggestions much appreciated.