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1. Download the latest version from the theme distributor
2. Connect to your site via FTP
3. Upload the theme to wp-content/themes
If you are not familiar with FTP, then you can
1. Go to Themes
2. Click Add New
3. Click Upload
4. Choose the .zip you downloaded and click UploadIn reply to: Background not showing in user profile
You should contact the developer of that plugin as it is most likely a issue (or simply incompatibility) with that plugin.
Are you not running the latest version of your theme?
That’s caused by a conflict with your theme, most likely because the theme is doing bad things to the WordPress queries (to pull in the topics / replies).
What theme is it?In reply to: Archive slugs setup
Unless you do some advanced custom rewrite rules, this is not possible. It is also not a very good idea because if you ever need to move a topic to a different forum, any existing URLs pointing to the topic will break.
It should be possible with some custom code tweaks. Are you comfortable with a little PHP?In reply to: Subscribe to new forum topics
Yes, but you need to install the New Topic Notification extension from @jaredatch: https://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/bbpress-new-topic-notifications/In reply to: Change "posting order"In reply to: Is this what my first page is supposed to look like?
Did you setup the home page of the forums using the short codes? If so, switch to the HTML view of your page editor and you will be able to see the PRE tags.
The usermeta table is one of the core WordPress tables, so usually it will be the one that looks like this: wp_usermeta. Sometimes, however, the “wp_” prefix will be different.
Oh dang, I could have sworn there was one.
Ok now I see the issue with the profile page. If you create a new (regular) page and place the profile short code on it, does it work?
Well check that out, I didn’t know that 🙂
I don’t believe that is a language file included with bbPress, so, no, you will have to update it each time. Though it would be best if you submitted it to http://trac.bbpress.org so that it can get added to the core plugin.
As far as I can tell it appears to be working correctly. Can you give a more thorough example of what it should look like?
There’s a trac ticket on the topic somewhere.
Stickies are pretty difficult to include with custom post types as WordPress doesn’t have native support for them. I’d suggest you look at how the bbp_has_topics() function works: https://bbpress.svn.wordpress.org/trunk/includes/topics/template-tags.php
If you look through that function you’ll see that bbPress manually pulls in all of the sticky posts and then passes the array of IDs to the “include” parameter in a second query.
All user data is stored in the WordPress users and usermeta table in the core database. It is secure and will remain even if you deactivate bbPress.In reply to: Restrict Forums to Specific Groups
Hmm, I’m not sure then. I’m only familiar with bbPress.
It uses a custom built theme. The theme will be released to the public at some point in the future.
The theme that runs this site is going to be released at sometime in the future. Once it is, you’ll be able to simply activate the theme.
Because it is specific to your theme, probably the best thing you can do is contact Jason (your theme’s developer) and see if he can provide specific directions. He has worked with bbPress quite a bit recently so I expect he’ll be able to at least help with that part: http://support.themeblvd.com/In reply to: Missing argument error