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In reply to: what plugins handle spam posts on BBpress forums?
What about adding a field to post requirements. Perhaps requiring them to do a simple math formula prior to posting?
Please prove that you are human: 1+5=
Is this an option?
Can anyone lend a hand here? Would really appreciate it.
The database query I think should be
$comments = $wpdb->get_results(“SELECT * FROM $wpdb->posts WHERE post_parent=$post_id AND post_type = ‘reply’ ORDER BY post_date_gmt DESC LIMIT $number”);
(querying wp_posts, matching post_parent with post id, and post_types reploy)
But how can I echo this $comments variable correctly?
Its not working…
Please help me, I know I’m on the right track but need assistance from an expert.
@TravisHill — Your code worked without fail. Thank you my friend, you saved a lot of headache.
I think it was bp-core.php, but after looking Im not sure thats what you want. What about just doing it in an .htaccess until someone has a better solution?
I think you can set the url in the buddypress config file. Might check there.In reply to: bbpress capacity
The forum software has been through several years of development. I’ve seen earlier versions of it used on high(er) traffic websites and it seems to do quite well.
The issue I’m running into is the lack of current version plugins for basic features, such as reply with quotes which seems to have last been updated like 4 years ago. I’m sure with BB2.0 and the integration between WP/BP/BB we should start to see some real life in this community. Vbulletin is great as a standalone board, but does not tie in well with wordpress.
Rule of thumb; Be sure to do lots of trial and error to make sure your plugins are working without issue before you go live on a production site.In reply to: How do i set up bbpress and buddypress?