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In reply to: My forum topics are not shown
Thank you for your answer. I tryied what you suggested but same result.
Maybe is due to an incompatibility with my theme?
My main forum customized page have this to show all topics:
<?php if ( bbp_has_topics($args) ) : ?> <?php bbp_get_template_part( 'bbpress/pagination', 'topics' ); ?> <?php bbp_get_template_part( 'bbpress/loop', 'topics' ); ?> <?php bbp_get_template_part( 'bbpress/pagination', 'topics' ); ?> <?php else : ?> <?php bbp_get_template_part( 'bbpress/feedback', 'no-topics' ); ?> <?php endif; ?>
I make a print_r($args) and it has an empty array. I also tryied to remove $args argument from bbp_has_topics but same result (no topics message displayed).
Maybe in bbPress 2.4 bbp_has_topics() is not the right function to start a loop?
I can see forum topics from wp-admin, so I’m sure topics are there.
Hadn’t anyone experience this? Does anywant know how to solve it ?
Of course. Sorry for didn’t provide it.
This is the link: http://doslekqwod23ay.opencosmetic.com/forum/
When asked by user and password use dcr as user and pwdpwd as password.
After this, you can return to http://doslekqwod23ay.opencosmetic.com/forum/ and see my custom page where there is an upper box showing information about community leaders, but this information doesn’t appear if you are not logged in and it should. I think it’s because the page is not called.
I have tried and it works very well. Just following the steps on the link above and also using this to make the filter:
$args = array(
‘tax_query’ => array(
‘taxonomy’ => ‘your_taxonomy_name_here’,
‘field’ => ‘id’,
‘terms’ => $id_of_your_taxonomy_term
$query = new WP_Query( $args );
After some tries, I think it’s not possible, but I have solved this by adding a custom taxonomy.In reply to: Problems personalizing topic
I have also renamed wp-content/plugins/bbpress/bbp-themes/bbp-twentyten/single_topic.php and the page still loads, so maybe it’s not this the correct file for this ?
Hi again, John.
I’m answering myself
I followed your clue and found this link: https://codex.wordpress.org/Taxonomies which explains very well what to do for creating a ‘forum_categories’ taxonomy.
Then I think I can just call bb_has_topics from my template with this parameter:
array(‘searched_category1’, ‘searched_category2, ….)
I will try and let you know.
Thanks a lot !!
Thanks a lot for your answer, John.
I agree, I think I will use forums (and forums categories) for canonical place, and I will try the WordPress categories taxonomy to do what I need. However, I have two questions:
1. Should I modify the core of bbPress for archieving this ? If I should, I don’t really like it because if a new version of bbPress is published then I won’t be able to upgrade easyly.
2. Does it already exist a plugin or something similar where this (using WordPress categories) is already implemented ?