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Also, topic thumbnails plugin doesn’t work with bbPress Post Toolbar aswell.
Somehow it only responds to [img] tags.
Okay I came up with another approach. This here is a plugin called “Contact Form 7”
Now, it won’t allow guests to upload pictures to the site, instead they will send pictures to my email by pressing “Send.” So I have to edit their posts and put pics in there, no biggies.
To my question: is there a way that when when guest presses “Submit,” then he/she will press “2 buttons at once” ? So cliking on “Submit” button there would also click on “Send” button.
Uhh yeah.. me again.. Sorry for spamming 🙂
I found this,
Any chance I could copy it somewhere, “guest” folder or sth, so guests could also post attachments?
Nevermind guys, let me rephrase my question.
This thing says:
But the forum I’m trying to set up is strictly anonymous/guests only.
Thanks in advance folks
And is it possible to have thumbnail of attached image in front of thread title?
That http://grabilla.com/03204-abca68e8-8913-4bf7-970f-56328986da90.png icon looks pretty bad no offense guys.
Or.. any plugin that would allow image upload.
Is there really only 1 plugin for bbpress for image upload? :O 🙁
^ A bit, I removed some stuff from original code, as you can see from the website & also changed fonts.
I created the theme from scratch using Artisteer.
Btw, I also tried with TwentyEleven & TwentyTwelve theme, the green hovering box like here on this forum, doesn’t display 🙁
Btw thanks for replies brahs, I’ve seen you replying to many threads here and been helpful :OIn reply to: How to install theme in bbpress 2.2.2
^ Someone capable should do a videoguide or such. I found out that editing CSS of original theme is much easier than installing a new theme.In reply to: How do I install bbPress to my wordpress?
There does not seem to be a step by step manual.
`To customize bbPress:
The directory “wp-content/plugins/bbpress/templates/default/” contains the directories “bbpress”, “css”, “extras”, and “js”, and the file “bbpress-functions.php”.
“bbpress” contains template files; copy any you want to modify into a directory named “bbpress” in your theme’s root. eg. /wp-content/mytheme/bbpress/
“extras” contains optional page templates and things to make life a little easier when customizing; copy any you want to use or modify into the same ‘bbpress’ folder. eg. /wp-content/mytheme/bbpress/
“css” contains style sheets; copy any you want to modify into a directory named “css” in your theme’s root. eg. /wp-content/mytheme/css/
Edit the new files for complete control over bbPress display in your theme.`
^ I did all this and the forum stopped working at all. No other option?