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chris, i’m sorry if i’m getting annoying.
the problem that i’m facing is that my login id is based on my name. if someone googles my name, my profile page on this forum gets on top of the results.
i really appreciate your support, and i really hope that we can find a way to solve this problem.
it’s not about the posts.
it’s about my profile page, which is based on the login id, it’s public, and it’s really easy to find through google.
thanks!In reply to: possible error in topic_link() function
i wanted to modify my template, in order to send the user to the last page of the selected topic. (this was before i discovered the
in order to do this, i manually computed the last page number and send it to
$pageparameter. nothing happened so i looked at the code and found the error i’ve mentioned. after replacing that line with the one i’ve suggested, everything seemed ok.
i have spent some time now analyzing the code of bbpress and wordpress.
it seems to me that an update of the old bbpress code (version 0.9.0.4) is unfeasable, because sam already managed to succesfully integrate version 1.0 with wordpress 2.7.1
all you have to do in order to use bbpress alpha with the recent versions of wordpress is to follow the bbpress installation instructions and it will work out of the box.
there is still some work to be done. as far as i can tell, bbpress and wordpess use multiple cookies for multiple paths. the one they share is the one for the root path. so… if you login into wordpress, you won’t be logged in into bbpress admin section. this does not happen the other way arround.
it is not recomended though to use the alpha version in production sites. for now, it seems that a downgrade of wordpress would be the best solution.
as far as i can see, by studying the code, wordpress has introduced a salt for hashing the passwords since 2.5
bbpress (my version is 0.9.0.4) has not updated it’s functions to include this salt.
the alpha release of bbpress 1.0 seems to take care of this problem, but the file structure, as far as i can see is completely different from the older versions, so a simple copy & paste wouldn’t do.
maybe the stable 1.0 release will take care of this issue, but since then (i don’t recommend using the alpha version on production web sites) i will try to modify the pluggable.php file of bbpress 0.9.0.4 in order to allow the usage of salts.
i’ll be back these days with further details.In reply to: migration from e107