ch8rt (@ch8rt)

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  • Actually, that is where I’ve been looking, the trouble is that it is feed a query before being called. Like…

    <?php bbp_set_query_name( 'bbp_user_profile_topics_created' ); ?>

    The above example doesn’t work when I try it on another page (specifically my hacked up Buddypress Profile page).

    I’ve you tried just resaving your permalinks? I think that has solved some of those issues.

    Thanks for the suggestion above, I’ll give it a try.

    Any ideas on pulling users favourite/created/subscribed topics somewhere other than the users page?

    This is the code for created from the users page which shows 0 results elsewhere, presumably because it doesn’t know what user I want.

    <?php bbp_set_query_name( 'bbp_user_profile_topics_created' ); ?>

    <?php if ( bbp_get_user_topics_started() ) :

    get_template_part( 'loop', 'bbp_topics' );

    else : ?>

    <p><?php bbp_is_user_home() ? _e( 'You have not created any topics.', 'bbpress' ) : _e( 'This user has not created any topics.', 'bbpress' ); ?></p>

    <?php endif; ?>

    <?php bbp_reset_query_name(); ?>

    I’ve had success going the custom post types route with…

    <?php query_posts( 'post_type=bbp_topic&posts_per_page=5&author_name=' . $username ); ?>

    <?php if ( have_posts() ) : while ( have_posts() ) : the_post(); ?>

    " title="<?php the_title(); ?>"><?php the_title(); ?>

    <?php endif; ?>

    Which works, if all I want is the title, but not the correct way I’m guessing :)

    I suspect it is a trac issue. I had the same with buddypress from there. I’m guessing I must have changed the permissions like you say, whilst I was doing something else.

    Never mind :)

    So far I’ve had no issues just adding the contents of functions.php, all the new template files and the tag to my existing theme.

    I’ve solved my early issue, lord knows what it was but troubleshooting something else it suddenly just appeared? Thanks.

    With regards permalinks I’m having a issues with my current setup /%category%/%postname%/ in that nothing shows at…

    /forums/

    /forums/forum/

    but I can jump straight to a forum created in admin

    /forums/forum/test-forum/

    Once there I can create and reply to topics has I should.

    I’m using the base settings so Forums should be the base. Going to /forum/ however shows an edit button. Just nothing else.

    I’ve tried that several times. I’m taking a break from it for a few days and then I’ll see if I can tackle it head on. Its obviously something wrong with my setup.

    Just tried it on my other server and it works fine there. So its something to do with my setup. Just strange that I’ve had no issues with plugins in the past?

    Doesn’t appear to be a permissions thing. I’ll try a new fresh install. Thanks for everyones help so far. :)

    I tried that already, I’ll just sit tight. And wait. :(

    You scared me then. No I’m looking at the full list, I’ve testing installing a few other plugins in various ways and everything works fine with them.

    I’m running php 5.3.3 on Apache 2.2.15 (Locally on a Mac)

    Nope, still not showing

    I downloaded the zip at the bottom of this page

    https://trac.bbpress.org/browser/branches/plugin

    Expand and copied the ‘plugin’ folder to my wp-content/plugins folder. So I have

    ../wp-content/plugins/plugin/bbp-admin/

    ../wp-content/plugins/plugin/bbp-css/

    ../wp-content/plugins/plugin/bbp-images/

    ../wp-content/plugins/plugin/bbp-includes/

    ../wp-content/plugins/plugin/bbp-languages/

    ../wp-content/plugins/plugin/bbp-themes/

    ../wp-content/plugins/plugin/bbpress.php

    ../wp-content/plugins/plugin/license.txt

    ../wp-content/plugins/plugin/readme.txt

    My other plugins look like this…

    ../wp-content/plugins/akismet/

    ../wp-content/plugins/hello.php

    ../wp-content/plugins/index.php

    Its a completely fresh install of 3.1 RC4 except for the bbpress plugin.

    I’ve had my hands in front of my face for the last day, ready to facepalm :)

    I’ll be patient then. Thanks. :)

    Tried it on 3.0.5 and and 3.1 RC4. Do I need to change the name of the folder or something?

    Nope, I did that.

    I can see that there is a themes folder in there that presumably needs moving somewhere else, but even so I’d imagine the plugin should just show in the list.

    I’m interested in getting this installed to check it out for a new project (one of those that I’ve started 50 times already) but after downloading in and dropping it into the plugins folder its not showing on the plugins page in wp-admin?

    Am I missing something?


    ch8rt
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    @ch8rt

    Just gone through this process, and for the most part it was painless (I had to go through and remove those offending characters).

    But I can’t get my head around the password situation, the documentation with the plugin seems to suggest that the users password will be converted upon login, but they can’t log in because their password has changed.

    Link to plugin https://bbpress.org/plugins/topic/md5-insecurity-for-bbpress/

    What exactly is this plugin doing then? am I just stuck with everyone needing to reset? In which case do I need this plugin installed?

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