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Yeah, we were never able to get things up and running as we had hoped, so we said “screw it” and migrated over to Ning. They seem to have everything we were looking for and it was set up in about 30 minutes.
It’s hard to say. I noticed it reverted back after I would go into the forum and edit a topic or reply. for example, it was showing the most recent on the forum front page, but then I went in and someone had posted the same comment 3 times, so I deleted the first 2, leaving the third, and went back to the main page and it was reverted back to the 35 day old post.
We’ve had multiple problems with caching. Our server shut us down b/c something was causing our site to show major traffic. We changed the settings on our caching plugin and that seemed to fix that problem. I sure hope it’s the caching plugin that’s causing this.
Hi, I’m Jen’s business partner. It’s for our forum, but seems like it may only be affecting one of our forums. OF course it’s the forum that has the most topics and posts. Jen just posted a “test post” to see how long it stays.
Hey everyone, we had to hire someone to fix this problem for us. Apparently it had something to do with the “roles” that were set in our Vbulletin forum previously. They weren’t carried over correctly or something to that effect. If you’re interested in using this person, he charges $100/hour, but got our entire forum up and running properly in one hour. Let me know if you want his contact info and I’ll post it here ( I need to get it from my business partner.)
I should mention that the topics I’m having this issue with were migrated from vBulletin. Not sure if that matters.
thanks!In reply to: Migrating bbpress forums to Buddy press?
Thanks, sniperkitten. I didn’t realize the bbpress developers were still active. I’ve been searching everywhere for answers and everything I read said they weren’t going to update. I’m glad to hear this isn’t the case .
As far as hidden forums, I found a work around b/c we’re going to protect our content through Wishlist Member – but what I was referring to is when you create a forum, it can either be set to “private” (which is for admins), ‘hidden’ which is supposed to be (from what I’ve read) so it’s visible to certain members and not others – like membership levels. It doesn’t seem to work though. When I set the forum to “hidden” it still shows. I looked around on various sites and the last thing I could find on it was posted 6 months ago saying it was a bug, and it would get worked out. But as far as I can tell it hasn’t.
Thanks for responding!In reply to: Forum Participant role cannot view private forum