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In reply to: Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ','
If you’re going to use the text domain (FTDOMAIN) then you need to use the
_efunction. One or the other. Without the
_efunction, as zaerl recommends, or as it is in the original, but then you need to use the
_efunction. It would be important if you ever wanted to translate the forum to another language. If not, then the solution zaerl recommends will cause no future problems.
Where’s the post? It was a topic about something else, but I can’t recall now what it was.In reply to: How can I see the author of the tags?
Take a look at this page on your forum:
View the source of that page. Find the tags, for example, “Opus Dei“. The source looks like this:
<li id="tag-1878_12"><a href="http://focoblog.com/focoforo/tags.php?tag=opus-dei" rel="tag">Opus Dei</a> </li>
The tag id is 1878, and the person who added the tag is id 12. If you want to see their profile, just use that ID in the URL for profile.php, like this:
That’s all there is to it. There have been plugins that showed all tags by a specific person and things like that, but this is the most direct way to find out the ID of the member who added a specific tag to a specific topic.
Someone here posted that they couldn’t add tags, then they looked and saw the tag, so they assumed they just didn’t see it the first time and were trying to add a tag that already existed. Was that you or someone else?In reply to: bbPress 1.1 – Maybe Soon!
The revision is r2535 but the text in the admin panel comes from bb-includes/functions.bb-meta.php around line 299. That text needs to be changed manually every time you check in code. Looks like they forgot to change it the past couple times.
I just updated it, so if you check out a new copy, that will be the only file changed, you will have revision 2536, and it will work exactly as 2535 did when it said 2530 in the admin.
Thanks for the screenshots, those are perfect. There doesn’t seem to be anything weird with the .htaccess or permalinks settings, and it looks like you are accessing the proper directory.
As the other thread mentioned, there were public HTML files in two locations on the server, and that poster had installed into a directory that was not being served, making it look like the files were not there.
One thing that is probably unrelated – the forum files have loose permissions. The directories have 775 and they should be 755, and the files (php, css, js, images) should have 644, but they have  664. Should not matter, but some hosts won’t serve content when the permissions are too permissive.
Please do a test. Put a html file in the WordPress root (where the forum directory is located) and see if you can access it at http://klinewedding.com/test.html. If that comes up, put another file in the forum directory, and see if you can access that at http://klinewedding.com/forum/test-2.html. That will ensure we are looking at the correct directories. The file can be as simple as this:
<html><head><title>WordPress test</title></head><body><p>Test WordPress</p></body></html>
Save that as test.html in the WordPress root. See if you can access it by URL. Then try the same in the forum directory.
This was something similar recently:
If you are getting a 404 at the URL you’re trying, then the files are not really there. OR you have some weird permalink/rewriting thing happening with your website. Only you can tell where it’s really uploaded. If you can post a screenshot of a file listing (from an FTP program or similar) then maybe someone can help you find the installation.In reply to: Plugin Human Test for WordPress – Voting
bb-lover, I closed your topic because it is WordPress specific and asking _ck_ for help specifically. You should post at wordpress.org or any of the other WordPress-specific help sites, or try contacting _ck_ directly at her site bbshowcase.org.
Closing this topic because it too has turned WordPress-specific as well.
What is the URL to your forum? Have you tried validating the feed?In reply to: Bavatars Error
Is your web server using PHP4? If so, I think using PHP5 will take care of that error.In reply to: Show forum discussions on topic pageIn reply to: bbPress article deleted from Wikipedia?In reply to: A few question about bbpress?
Please keep your topics to one topic per topic. The answers are too hard to find otherwise.
- Subforums: yes
- Adsense: yes
- Bandwidth: not a lot, but it’s dependent on the popularity of your forums
- Backup is not built in in any way. You back up your database and files
- Not sure what you mean by “manage user” but the moderation features in bbPress are not robust
I think you should install it and see what it’s all about, then ask specific questions about things you want to do.In reply to: PostgreSQL Support for bbpress
It is not on the development road map. bbPress is on its way to becoming a plugin for WordPress and will therefore rely on whatever database technology is used by WordPress.
You can read more about the database choices for WordPress here:In reply to: Edit Forum Order Drag-n-Drop Interface is Broken
Yeah, just confirmed the same thing. Also, there are two drag handles there.
I am using r2518 as well.
Where can someone see this in action? Is it only when you are logged in as keymaster, or can other member levels see it too?
What plugins are you using? And what version of the software?In reply to: wp and bb intergration messed up.In reply to: WordPress – How can I include an external PHP file?
You know what’s really sad: there are dozens of posts from these members already caught by Akismet (I suspect) as spam. So, why do some still get through?In reply to: Music plugin
> It would be much simpler if you simply hosted the MP3 on another server
I agree 100%In reply to: Cannot access bb-admin
It’s a known issue. I’m not sure why it is or if anyone has resolved it.