hydrogriff (@hydrogriff)

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  • hydrogriff
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    @hydrogriff

    I’m facing the same issue. Any fix?


    hydrogriff
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    @hydrogriff

    Thanks.

    In reply to: sub topics not showing

    hydrogriff
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    @hydrogriff

    Regarding the first code, you are right. This dequeues bbPress related style-sheets for most of the users who don’t visit forum page.

    The second code highlights the lead topic, like it does on this forum. I used the code from the codex.

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    hydrogriff
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    @hydrogriff

    If my post cannot be found, here are the custom functions I use – https://pastebin.com/n27s5S9s.
    The only plugin related to bbPress I use is – bbPress Do Shortcode and WP-Avatar.

    Hope this helps.

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    hydrogriff
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    @hydrogriff

    @robin-w, I typed a reply with plugin information and customization that I have used and submitted. The code format was messed. I am unable to find it or edit it. Guess it should’ve been caught in moderation or spam. Can you please check it? It should be of some help.

    The subforum issue is fixed by adding $args.

    But the other issues like missing stylesheet and missing replies for topics exist.

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    hydrogriff
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    @hydrogriff

    I am not sure if this is much of a help. Pasting this from a previous reply.

    The subforums and replies were still working in 2.6-beta-1 and 2.6-beta-2.

    Additional information:

    • CSS stopped working since 2.6-beta-1.
    • Replies to topics stopped working since 2.6-rc-1.
    • Subforum display stopped working in 2.6-rc-7.
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    hydrogriff
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    @hydrogriff

    Hi,

    Sorry for the bump. Any fixes or updates for this issue?

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    hydrogriff
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    @hydrogriff

    @johnjamesjacoby and @robin-w, can we expect a fix for the css and subforum issue in 2.6.4? Sorry to keep bumping. I just checked 2.6.3 release log and these issues weren’t addressed.

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    hydrogriff
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    @hydrogriff

    @robin-w, as of version 2.6.2 I am still facing these three issues – css not loading, subforums not loading, replies to topics not showing up.

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    hydrogriff
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    @hydrogriff

    I tried 2.6.2 as well. As reported in the Child CSS post, I am facing this issue as well. Sub-forums are not displayed. I did purge the cache and tried saving forums too. The following things are not working.

    • Subforums wont display
    • Replies to topic wont display
    • Custom CSS won’t load


    @johnjamesjacoby
    , if it’s any help, I found these info after testing other versions of BBPress.

    The subforums and replies were still working in 2.6-beta-1 and 2.6-beta-2.

    Additional information:

    • CSS stopped working since 2.6-beta-1.
    • Replies to topics stopped working since 2.6-rc-1.
    • Subforum display stopped working in 2.6-rc-7.
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    hydrogriff
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    @hydrogriff

    @johnjamesjacoby, I can confirm as well. The 2.6.2 fix doesn’t work for me either.

    • CSS is still not loading.
    • Sub forums are not displayed.

    hydrogriff
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    @hydrogriff

    Please refrain from bumping this quick. Check the responses in this thread.

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    hydrogriff
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    @hydrogriff

    • Yes. W3TC with CSS minification.
    • Yoast SEO. As far as I know, it doesn’t interact with CSS files.
    • No.
    • No.

    Related change test: Tested with both screen and all. Did not work.

    Additional information:

    I have dequeued bbpress stylesheets for non-bbpress pages, using the below code.

    
    function dequeue_bbpress_style() {
        if ( class_exists('bbPress') ) {
          if ( ! is_bbpress() ) {
            wp_dequeue_style('bbp-default');
            wp_dequeue_style( 'bbp_private_replies_style');
            wp_dequeue_script('bbpress-editor');
          }
        }
    }
    add_action( 'wp_enqueue_scripts', 'dequeue_bbpress_style', 99 );
    

    I hope this helps.

    I also noted another issue where the replies were not loading (both topic replies and threaded replies) for any topics.

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    hydrogriff
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    @hydrogriff

    My apologies. The extra favorite and subscribe elements were added manually. You can ignore that part in my previous post.

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    hydrogriff
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    @hydrogriff

    Hi JJJ,

    Renaming to bbpress.min.css brings the style back. Yes, the bbpress.css is inside a subdirectory css.

    Also, the subforum is not appearing. And I see two favorite and subscribe elements in the topic page now.

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    hydrogriff
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    @hydrogriff

    @johnjamesjacoby, I can confirm this as well. The following things are broken for me.

    • Child CSS won’t load.
    • Subforums are not listed.

    Love the moderation features though. But still I have to rollback to earlier version to have a functioning forum. What happened this time? Usually production releases come out well-tested by the bbPress team. This is a bit disappointing.


    hydrogriff
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    @hydrogriff

    Can you elaborate on this? Do you mean bbp_reply_post_date() can also be used for topics?

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