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Great base to start off with, I’ve done it like this myself. Too bad I didn’t start with it now, it could’ve saved me a lot of hours x)
Anyway, I have one problem. How do I add the forum descriptions beneath the forum headers? I’ve tried adding the_content() in a few places but no matter what I do the category description shows up.
So under the category and the forums the same description pops up. Any ideas?
Thanks for the reply. Ok, that’s what I thought. I’ve found that template and that line too, but ain’t a php programmer so linking the counter to pagination might be tricky with my lack of skills. Yet another reason to learn php then… 😛In reply to: Customising bbp_list_forums – Last Poster Block
Thank you for this post Lynq, appreciated! I’m trying to modify the bbp-list-forums function to print the subforums descriptions, but I’m just getting multiple descriptions of the parent forum (One for each subforum).
I’ve tried using the_content() function inside my-bbp-list-forums.
Got any solution on this one? Or am I completely off? 😛
One more question, did you use a child theme for bbPress or did you make your own from scratch?
Wow! Really nice looking website, one of the better I’ve seen lately. Your forum is almost identical to what I want to accomplish in forms of layout etc.
I’m very new to bbPress, so haven’t really got the hang of customizing it.
May I ask how you accomplished the sectioning of the forum categories (General Discussion, Player factions etc.)?
I would suggest that you read the codex on how to add custom themes, it is too much for a single forum post.
You can always begin here: Step-by-step guide to creating a custom bbPress theme
Happy coding! =)In reply to: Child CSS is overwritten by bbPress default
Now I finally got it to work. You just copy the bbpress.css file to /my-child-theme/css/ and voilá, it works. When I found out that I looked in bbpress-functions.php and stumbled over this line:
// Check child theme
if ( file_exists( trailingslashit( get_stylesheet_directory() ) . $file ) )
Which states the obvious, it looks for bbpress.css in the /css/ folder in your child theme. If found, it will replace it with the default css.
If any admin reads this, can you please elaborate a bit more on the subject. It is very diffuse how all this works.
In reply to: Removed sidebar bbPress 2.1.1
- This reply was modified 10 years, 2 months ago by DramaticBaby.
I have about the same problem as you. I know one way to remove it though, but unfortunately it’s time consuming.
Go into “/plugins/bbpress/bbp-theme-compat/extras” and copy all templates into “themes/my-child-theme/” root folder. After that I have to go into every single template and remove the line with “get_sidebar();”
Is there any easier way to get rid of that sidebar?