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In reply to: bbPress plugins on bbPress (WordPress Plugin) How?
All plugins to bbPress 2.0 are in fact plugins to WordPress. So look for the plugins here: https://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/
Quick look found this as a signature plugin: https://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/bbp-signature/In reply to: Where is Forums page?
You can use shortcode [bbp-forum-index] and [bbp-topic-index] in any regular page to display the forums and topic listings.
If you have the nice looking permalinks then you can probably just go example.com/forums/In reply to: shortcodes not working on sidebars
Also, why attempt to use the shortcode in the sidebar when it would be much better to just use the forum list widget?In reply to: bbPress Standalone Importer failure
I use the bbConverter plugin and copied over all ~40,000 posts and ~1,200 topics from one of my websites (Tartarus) fine.
Well, except the ‘freshness’ time is relative to when converted not the actual posting date (which is copied over).
bbPress 2.0’s built in one has never worked for me.In reply to: Problem with Ignore User Plugin – BBpress 1.1In reply to: Intense Debate
I’ve been looking into how to make a plugin to bbPress that reads from an email inbox and essentially gives bbPress mailing-list like properties.In reply to: BBPress 2 plugins on 1.1In reply to: bbPress 2.0 shortcode whitelist and bbcode plugins
This works a whole lot better than the built in converter.
The built in one could only handle 15 topics and, this plugin one is doing them allIn reply to: Skeleton – A Responsive WP/bbPress Theme
Not sure why the [bbp-*] shortcodes aren’t working on this page.In reply to: Anonymous Posting
Assuming bbPress 2.0:
<input>tags such that they’re
type="hidden". Also make the
value="Anonymous"for name and something like
There is _probably_ a better way but this is the first that comes to mind for me.In reply to: BackPress, what's that?
BackPress is a PHP library of core functionality for web applications. It grew out of the immensely popular WordPress project, and is also the core of the bbPress and GlotPress sister-projects.In reply to: BBpress 2 looks "horrible" on fresh install
Perhaps copy the css file from the bbPress folder and put include it at the bottom of your theme’s css file.
I can’t remember how to do css includes -_- Something like..
That _might_ restore the styling…slightly…
Which, I assume would be copying the existing shortcode function, modifying it to see fit.
You could create your own custom shortcode that does it.
Also, add_action and do_action are in wp-includes/plugin.php.
Adding an action is add_action(‘bbp_template_notices’, ‘funciton_name’);
I used this bbp_template_notices action hook to print my post toolbar in earlier versions of the plugin. This is because I noticed that the do_action(‘bbp_template_notices’); was (in bbp-twentyten) near the post form, so each time the post form is displayed, the template notices action is run and the post toolbar is displayed.
It allows for plugins to run a function at certain places during the page generation.
So if someone has a plugin that may generate some notices to the user, then they will add a function to the bbp_template_notices action. This allows them to hook into the action and their function is run each time the do_action(‘bbp_template_notices’); is called in the theme, or rest of WP/bbp.In reply to: Bbpress 2.0 Beta3, tinyMCEIn reply to: Bounty: Inline Editing Plugin
I can take a look. But I’be got an assignment due Sunday and going skiing for a week on Monday.In reply to: Post toolbar plugin for bbpress 2
^ That would be really cool. I don’t think I’ve seen it yet.
I’m interested… I tend to underestimate my abilities and sell my self short. But my post toolbar has been a big confidence boost.