Forum Replies Created
In reply to: bbPress 2.2.4 Released
Minor point: if a topic is moved from one forum to another, the freshness is not updated. So one can have links to the same topic from both the old and new forums.
This is only overwritten when a new post is made to the old forum (on a different topic, obviously)
2.2.4 with 3.5.1
sagajagds is not one of us, but a spamming bot.
I use weaver here
and the forums work well. On this site they are integrated with the blog posts to provide one topic for each post.
After reading this thread I don’t think I’ll risk upgrading to weaver ii until I have to.
@BrianCAU Were you using a weaver theme beforehand or not?
Lol. Well, code or poetry aren’t my strong points, but I AM persistant.In reply to: bbPress 2.0 – Shortcodes
I had problems finding this, too.
Go to Forums on Dashboard.
Hover the mouse over the title of the forum, and a link comes up at the bottom of the page. (In Opera it does, anyway)
in this case, $forum_id is 36
you don’t use the $
The same principle works with the rest. I know it says “post=36” but I guess that’s just how wordpress stores stuff.
Alicehelen is a spammer, not a fellow soul!
I have found a resolution/work-around.
The topic title is clearly visible if it isn’t Sticky.
Instead of using a sticky post, I placed the text of the post on the Forum Page, above the shortcode for that forum, with, if applicable, a link direct to the topic for replies.
Also, as you can see onsite, the forum description allows quite a lot of space for any essential information particular to a forum.
Between the two, I’ve made the essential information visible.
End of problem.