Danny (@dannyfoo)

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    Tried the method @palmdoc suggested, but it’s not working for me.

    After cloning the Participant role and enabling the 2 other capabilities, whenever I tried to upload a media into the library, it returned the following error:

    You don’t have permission to attach files to this post.

    When I checked the Users, I noticed there’s a Site Role and Forum Role. My new role is listed under Site Role and Forum Role is still Participant.

    Could this be why it’s not working.



    @mica123 Placing the login form above on the main Forums page created in your WordPress is easy.

    1. Edit your WP page containing [bbp-forum-index]
    2. Include [bbp-login] above that line
    3. Update the page

    And the login form will show above your forum index.

    I’ve not fully experimented placing the login above all the forum pages. Though I think it’s very much possible, and the answer may lie in other forum topics.

    What I could share though is I tried adding <?php echo do_shortcode("[bbp-login]"); ?> to loop-forums.php and loop-topics.php but it didn’t work.

    What happened was the list of forums and topics disappeared.

    I hope this was helpful.



    @PinkishHue My bad. Was suppose to be .bbp-login-form.

    I’m not overly worried about the mobile layout because as pointed out by PinkishHue, I’ll be using media queries later.

    Though thank you for reminding me about the form templates. I’ve copied them over, just in case I might need them.

    Coming back to the topic of the login form position..

    I’ve looked inside the loop-forums.php template, then found this <?php do_action( 'bbp_template_before_forums_loop' ); ?> being executed. Which template file is bbp_template_before_forums_loop pulling from ?

    Because this is also loading the Search form, I’d like to load the login form too. Rather than use the shortcode [bbp-login] above my [bbp-forum-index].

    What I’d like to achieve is a header with the login form and search form on the same line before listing the forums.

    Thank you in advance for the help so far.

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