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There are a couple of small quirks with the plugin, but overall it works really well.
You will have to code it yourself then.
Why are you opposed to using a plugin? There’s literally no difference between code in a plugin and code placed in a theme.In reply to: Missing argument error
Sounds like there is something in your Child theme is causing the problem, most likely a custom query that is destroying the bbPress query.
Try disabling all of your widgets.In reply to: Great WordCamp last weekendIn reply to: forums does not work for Groups of Buddypress
You should post this on the BuddyPress support site.In reply to: What theme does this site use?
I use bbPress on several sites and none of theme have had any problems with the theme. As JJJ mentioned above, it works pretty much out of the box with most themes, and if it doesn’t, it’s usually because of one of two things:
- It’s not setup correctly
- The theme is poorly written
JJJ is not with holding the theme. He writes it (and bbPress) in his spare time.
The GetShopped Support Forum add-on does this really well. I use it on several of my sites.In reply to: Ask for a plugin
Awesome. I’m thrilled to see someone building one that can scale for huge sites. Mine works really well for small sites, but definitely was not meant to scale.
The only time this could cause memory issues is when clicking the “Mark All As Read”. Actually that could cause some seriously problems if you have that many posts.
As long as you do not try to mark every single post as read at once, it will not have any problems.In reply to: BeeForums, a hosted bbPress serviceIn reply to: Allow users to upload pics to my bbpress forum?
I’ve used the GD bbPress Attachment plugin for a while and it works really well.
@Imabe10 It would be possible, but I do not plan to do it as it could potentially have some rather large impacts on performance.
@markramos83 This is not planned at this time, sorry.
I’d suggest posting a job on one of the job board websites, perhaps Freelanceswitch.comIn reply to: Subforum bumps upon a 404
What are your forum page URL structures, as set in Settings > Forums?In reply to: forum without login
Yes, there is an option in Settings > Forums that allows you to permit anonymous users to post to the forum.
1). I chose this hook because it was the only one that made sense to me, in terms of the final location. Since it is hooked, you are obviously free to move it wherever you wish.
2). Agreed, and this is on the list.
3). Yes this is a concern. JJJ and I spoke about this for a while for this exact reason. The plugin is persistent, meaning that every single topic ID is stored in the user meta, which will eventually run out of space. At some point I want to alter this, but have not yet come up with a better solution.
4). That very true but I have not yet figured out a way to really do that. The number of replies flag is an interesting though, and might work, but I can’t say for sure until I attempt to implement something.
Off the top of my head I’m not sure, but tinker with it a little and report back. I’ll be traveling for a day or two, but I can try tinkering with it when I get back.
Sounds like it’s most likely a theme conflict. I’d suggest you try switching to the default theme for a moment to confirm.
I would suggest you simply append it to the content of the lead topic.
Do the default forum pages show up fine? Look in Settings > Forums and check what the forum base is. For example, if your forum base is “forums”, does yoursite.com/forums work?In reply to: which page?
I’m sure there is, but I’m not aware of a ready to use function.In reply to: Restrict Forums to Specific Groups
@GordonRe – You’re completely right in the limitations of Content Restriction, but those limitations are simply because the plugin is built for a very specific purpose, and it was built as an extension of Easy Digital Downloads.
What needs to happen is a new plugin be built that includes all the features needed 🙂