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It is a very attractive theme, I’ll give them that, and it would be relatively easy to make a theme for BBPress that looks just like that.
I’d love to have a stab at it myself, but I’m really busy developing a forum theme for a for a new site I’m working on – It has a lot in common with that layout as it happens. I will probably release my theme when it’s done, but I only get a couple of hours a night to work on it, so it’s probably some time away from being public.
I’ll fave this topic to remind me that I’ve committed to sharing my themeIn reply to: TalkPress suggestions
We will not be able to download talkpress and do some hosting on our own? We can do that with wordpressMU, so why not with talkpress?
BBPress == WordPress(.org)
TalkPress == WordPress.com
WordPressMU came after WordPress.com if my memory serves me right, so we probably won’t be seeing a BBPressMU until sometime well after TalkPress goes live (which itself is probably a year or so away).
Of course, it may never happen, I’m just speculating.In reply to: Integrate a memberlist by default
Member lists just attract spammers in my experience, the only person who needs to be able to see all members are the admin team, and they already can.
Please, *don’t* make a member list a default option, I like that BBPress is free from this kind of bloat.
Just FYI everyone, I’m currently developing a site based around WP 2.6 and BB 1.0a and it’s working really well. I’m not using any plugins, but it seems to be working absolutely fine right now. I’ll share the site when it’s close to completion.
If you are building a site and don’t need to go live in the next couple of weeks, I would suggest starting your development with BBPress 1.0 alpha – it’s working well for me!
I now have a good working intgration between WordPress 2.6 and bbPress 1.0.
So… errrm… YAY!
Thanks chrishajer – that’s just what I need it. I had tried the other hidden field, expecting that to work…
You can just change the register links in the wordpress template to point to the bbpress login and registration forms… that’s easy enough (you can even copy the login form code into the template directly and it seems to work).
The problem is, how to get users back to the URL they came from after they login (by default they seem to get bounced to the forum home page instead)… any ideas?
I’m running alpha at the moment, just wondered, when you say it’s not ‘stable’ what do you mean exactly?
It seems fairly stable to me from what I can tell…
Daft question time… I’ve recently built a site based on WordPress 2.6 and want to launch soon, so BBPress integration is out of the question for now. However, I don’t want to use another forum system in it’s place.
So… my question is, If I have a standalone BBPress installation now, is it easy to integrate it with my WordPress installation later on when BBPress gets upgraded or is it going to be a major hassle?