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@peterwsterling I understand, I just purchased anyways. Just waiting for file. I wanted to use a poll type of system to kind of act as a “check in”.
Say I made a forum topic as – Will you be here tonight?
Answer 1: Yes
Answer 2: No
And have it so everyone can see who chose what..
I’ll try to work it out I guess lol, shouldn’t be too hard right?
@peterwsterling I will buy your plugin if instead of showing voters: blah blah it can show the sepcific voters for their votes..like
Yes > voter: 1 23 34 4 536hgdfdh
No > voters: rr gdfb ghdfhg
Maybe > gdfsgdfs
No problem @netweb & @maveas. I dealt with the same issue and it was driving me nuts. I submitted a ticket for it about a week ago to Nextgen gallery, and they are currently working on a fix. I am not sure when the next beta or fixed version will be released, but if you need it running use version 2.0.40. This was the last version that didn’t cause the redirection issues.
The easy way I did it was by first FTP into your site, and rename the current /wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery folder to nextgen-gallery-latest
Then download the 2.0.40 package from above and upload the nextgen-gallery folder to your plugins folder. Activate is as you would any other plugin, and disable the current one. They will have different version numbers. Don’t update the 2.0.40 version. Once you see an update for the latest version, or a change log that shows it fixed, you can reverse the steps above and not lose any settings.
Check other plugins. I had some redirect issues with the latest Nextgen Gallery plugin. They are working on a fix, if that is the cause for you also..In reply to: Visual bbpress
Nextgen gallery does cause an issue with it.. I have had the same problem for months now, submitted report and they keep saying it will be fixed in the next version. Anyone know the root cause, and how to fix it?
Thanks for posting. I have actually already got the form I created to post as a forum post here..
The next step I need help with is getting multiple fields to post into post_content, like I ask in that thread.
In my form, if you change one of the input names to just “description”, then that will post into post_content. I would like more fields to post thoughIn reply to: form to post multiple inputs into post_content
@Robin-W This is only adding to their user profile, right?
My form posts to a new thread, which is what I was looking to do with the remaining fields.
Thanks!In reply to: Topic not showing in frontend
Thanks @Robin W. I understand this is free, just like the millions of other scripts/software online.. What I don’t understand is how such a popular script has no developers support on their forums, or even documentation on how to achieve certain things within their script. I have used plenty of open source scripts, and have always had some type of reply or documentation from a person who knew about it.
I would of course post the solution if I had at least the right documentation to achieve it.
Here is what the wordpress documentation on how to insert a post, and I believe it would be somewhat the same within a bbpress post, but have no idea since it is not documented anywhere that I see.In reply to: No format to the default forums page layout
I am almost sure that is an issue with your themes css. Try switching themes to default, and see if it still exists.
$sql="INSERT INTO wp_posts (post_type, post_parent, post_title, post_content, post_author) VALUES ('$_POST[forum]','$_POST[forumid]','$_POST','$_POST','$_POST')";
This is the code im using to get my form to post to the db, and it still does not create the topic even though it populates
Thanks again @robin-w. I do not feel this needs to be a paid job for a developer. I am just trying to figure out how bbpress inserts data into the tables.
I have manually populated a “wp_posts” table and filled in all the rows as a topic made in the forums shows, although the one I manually added does not show up. I have even got my form to post to specific columns and they still do not show up in the forums.
There must be something simple I am missing.
I guess the developers don’t visit their own forum anymore?
Thanks for the reply @robin-w. I have browsed my db files and noticed the bbpress tables are located inside wp_posts?
I figured they would have their own prefixes/tables. Anyways, would you mind showing me an example of how it could post say my html form name as a topic in a bbpress specified forum?
I already have the form setup and know how to post it, although I am not as familiar with sql and such.
Thank you, I appreciate it!
I take it no one has done it with bbpress or has an idea what to do..
Guess I’ll switch to a different forum.