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In reply to: Remove hover effect from widget
This is theme related, it has nothing to do with bbPress, and without providing the link, no one can help you without seeing the issue.In reply to: HTTP error 500 after PHP 7.2 Upgrade
This is not the bbPress error, it is obviously an error in the function blockchain_replace_the_title() inside your theme.In reply to: Twentysixteen Trouble
It does use the template of the page because themes with full support for bbPress are very rare, so bbPress is injecting own content into the virtual page, and it uses the page template. You can create a bbpress.php template based on the page.php, and create styling for it, or you can modify styling for the page template when the bbPress is using it to change the width of the content.
MilanIn reply to: How to Hire a bbPress Expert for Quick Consults?
I am Milan, owner of Dev4Press, and author of many bbPress plugins, including some free on WordPress.org and many premium plugins, and you can see all bbPress related plugins I have here: plugins.dev4press.com/filter/bbpress. If you need help with bbPress, you can contact me via the contact form on my website.
MilanIn reply to: Bb press Forum direct reply
No. Replies can be only to topics, forums can hold only topics.
As I said, it depends on the theme, there is no magic CSS that can do that for every theme, you should consult your theme author or hire developer to investigate and change it for you.
I can see all the topics and read them. But, I can’t post because you havr disabled anonymous posting in bbPress settings.In reply to: BBPress Import fail
Before import, make sure bbPress plugin is active. WordPress import is importing only post types registered in the moment of import.
This entirely depends on your theme, sidebars are displayed and styled by the theme. If the theme uses only CSS to set the widths, you should be able to make styles for bbPress pages only that change this. If the theme is responsive with some sort of grid system, it might not be that easy to do.In reply to: cPanel Dangers?
I would never give cPanel access to anyone. Why does he needs it, exactly?In reply to: Frontend Login & Register
bbPress has a login and registration widget include to use in the sidebar. It also has shortcodes to embed these forms into pages, so you can use that to make your login/register page and style it using CSS.In reply to: Is it possible to use plugin feature in functions ?
Most of these features are part of my plugin GD bbPress Toolbox Pro. The plugin is optimized for low memory use and speed, so it will add a lot of standard forum features, with very little overhead. If you are interested, check it out here: https://plugins.dev4press.com/gd-bbpress-toolbox/.
Putting a lot of features (especially complex ones) into the fucntions.php file is a very bad idea. Functions file is made to be used by the theme, but over years, it is used for all sorts of things that are not theme related. It is nightmare to maintain or to transfer to new theme.In reply to: Whitelist html elements
You can do it with some custom code to expand list of supported tags and attributes.
Here is the example of how to do it: https://bbhelp.club/answer/editing/how-can-i-expand-allowed-html-tags-and-attributes/220/
You should determinr if the file is indeed malware, and then find where it came from. If you installed plugins only from WordPress.org, they should be safe.
For malware to appaear so fast it is either your host is compromised in some way, or you have installed plugin or theme with malware (maybe some pirated versions, and that is universally bad idea, such plugins or themes contain malware in 99% of the cases).
This file is not part of WordPress, and it looks awful like a malware.
You should find exact error behind this problem, otherwise, it will be hard to replicate. Any 500 internal error means that there is PHP error somewhere, and your server should have logged that error in the error log.
Thanks for the rating!
As for the Thanks, the plugin adds buttons for topics and replies (you can choose in the settings), and you have an option for topic/reply author to get email notification when the thanks are saved. And, there are new topics views to show topics with thanks to the current user.
If you want to see it in action, register for a free account on Dev4Press.com, and check out the support forums (in General, any one can post): https://support.dev4press.com/forums/forum/general/.
Let me know if you have any more questions, and if you want to live test the plugin, you can open Demo Request: https://www.dev4press.com/request-demo/.
My GD bbPress Toolbox Pro plugin has Thanks feature. You can check out the plugin and all it’s features here: https://plugins.dev4press.com/gd-bbpress-toolbox/.
I am the author of several free and pro bbPress related plugins: bbpress.dev4press.com and you can contact me via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
MilanIn reply to: I am looking for an experienced BBPress ConsultantIn reply to: How delete all IP Addresses?
My plugin GD bbPress Toolbox Pro has a tool for deleting all IP’s logged when users create topics or replies. And it has Privacy options to disable IP logging.
More info on the plugin homepage:
My plugin GD bbPress Toolbox Pro has a feature for users to Report topics/replies (with an optional text field to write why it should be reported), and administrators can review all reports and act on them.
More info on the plugin homepage:
MilanIn reply to: bbpress performance
1. That is simply not true. I developed many plugins for bbPress, and I always do extensive benchmarking of bbPress and various plugins, and if you have 25 plugins or if you have 5 plugins, bbPress has the same impact on WP regardless. If two websites add 0.1 seconds slowdown, you can’t blame one of the plugins for what other is doing.
2. That is completely irrelevant to loading performance. It is possible to merge all files any plugin has into one huge file. A number of files don’t have too much impact on the loading, and it is even recommended to have a lot of smaller files to help with the code organization, improve loading of what is needed when it is needed (for the most part). WordPress loads about 200 files on average for each page request, and even more on the admin side, and I have seen plugins that load 100 or more files. Size of files have more impact on performance, then the number of files. And with modern servers using SSD discs and a lot of memory, files loading is negligible.
The biggest impact of performance of any plugin has to work with the database in any way (getting posts, filtering). And yes, bbPress up to version 2.5 was not best optimized, and it was on the slower side when dealing with large topics or large forums. Version 2.6 (currently in Beta/RC stage), has significant performance improvements related to database operations, loading posts and processing them.
PHP has Opcache, and other performance related tools for a reason: PHP is not compiled, it is interpreted, and that is always a slower method for doing things, and PHP needs help to make things faster. It is a good thing to have and use Opcache or Memcached. For instance, my website without Opcache uses 60MB for PHP process on average, with Opcache that goes down to 12MB. WordPress without Opcache uses about 20MB on its own, bbPress adds about 5MB, WooCommerce adds closer to 10MB, BuddyPress around 6-7MB. Huge and complex plugins always need memory to work, you can’t expect to run 25 plugins and keep memory to a zero. That is why we have systems to optimize PHP, we have cache plugins.
Once the bbPress 2.6 is released, I will do a new benchmark to compare 2.5 to 2.6 and see how much gains are there when using bbPress with a forum having a large number of topics and replies. But, from current testing I am doing with 2.6, it is much faster than last 2.5.
MilanIn reply to: bbpress sends mails with wrong address
My plugin GD bbPress Toolbox Pro has tons of new bbPress related features, including options to set custom sender email and name.