Forum Replies Created
Okay, I figured it out. This is pretty cool.
I’ve placed one bbPress Forums List widget in both my left and right sidebars. On the left, I have assigned Forum ID 58 to display, and on the right, I have assigned Forum ID 56 to display. When I go to my homepage, neither of these widgets display at all. If I set either of the widgets to “any” then the widgets show and both forums are displayed in them.
Shouldn’t I be able to use Forum IDs to specify one particular forum to show in that widget? Is this a permalink issue? I know I have the right ID# because it’s what shows at the bottom of my monitor when I hover over the particular forum title in “All Forums.”
Any insight would be much appreciated.
I found a snippet of code that suppresses the “capabilities.php” warning of line 453.
I pasted the code into the wp-config file, just above the line that reads “/* That’s all, stop editing! Happy blogging */”
I don’t know if this is harmful or not, but my research suggests that this issue with capabilities is only a warning, and that the host server may be set a little too sensitive for php error reporting. If I’m going about this all wrong, please, someone tell me so that I can go at this from a better angle. In the mean time, at least I can continue building and configuring my site without the warning presenting itself.
Here’s the code that I added to the wp-config file:
ini_set( 'display_errors', 'Off' ); ini_set( 'error_reporting', E_NONE );
Could you, or anyone, please give a more clear solution to this problem when you say you created a new page? I created a site within BP this morning and everything was fine, but I then enabled site-wide forums and maybe, maybe not, is when I started getting the capabilities error on line 453. I had to create a new page for “forums” because I didn’t change the default “forums” slug. I assigned my new page and that part works fine, in fact, the forums work great. I’m just getting this capabilities error when I try to create a site from within BP. Any help would be apprecaited.