Bob Jones (@erissiva)

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  • Bob Jones
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    @erissiva

    Ok, so I changed the code to this:

    Options +MultiViews
    RewriteEngine on
    RewriteBase /
    RewriteCond %{HTTP_USER_AGENT} !FeedBurner
    RewriteRule ^/rss/$ http://feeds.feedburner.com/PinkOnBrownBB [R,L]

    And…nothing. Here’s the link to the forum:

    http://bb.pinkonbrown.org/

    Rewrites seem to be working in every other sense. Redirecting to feedburner works fine in WP – but then, I’m using the plugin.

    HowToGeek – I’ve put that code in the .htaccess and it still doesn’t seem to work.

    Here are the contents of my .htaccess file:

    Options +MultiViews
    RewriteEngine on
    RewriteCond %{HTTP_USER_AGENT} !FeedBurner
    RewriteRule ^/rss/$ http://feeds.feedburner.com/PinkOnBrownBB [R,L]

    Is there anything noticeable that might be causing the problem?

    I would also love to be able to do this without hacking too much code. I’m using the current plugin for WP, but it would be even more useful with something high-traffic like a message board.

    Would be even better if it played nice with the private forums plugin. I saw mention earlier in this thread about _ck_ – Feel up to the task?

    In reply to: bbPress versus PunBB

    I had used punBB for a while and really liked it – except for the really long amount of time that it takes to update the software. They’ve been working on v1.3 for years now. That’s the version I’ve been waiting for.

    punBB seems to be more robust, but the code is a little more sketchy. bbPress is more simplistic but the plugin system makes a pretty good addition. Another thing about punBB that bothered me is that topics aren’t marked as read when you read them – your cookie has to expire before a topic is marked. They have an addon for that, but all the addons rely on editing a lot of files and also is very heavy on the database.

    For right now, I’m sticking with bbPress and seeing how everything will end up.

    It would be really nice to have something along these lines as well. I would like to be able to change permissions on individual forums so that mods and admin can post, but others can reply (or not) but not post new topics.

    Wow. I have been trying to get this to work for a while and fel64 got it in one! Thanks so much – much frustration is now gone.

    I am currently having this problem as well. The solution of editing line 173 linked to by the above poster has made the errors go away from my main pages, but I still get this error when I go to Admin > Site Management:

    Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /homedir/bb-admin/plugins.php on line 7

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