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ranrar: Why would you give your website a random look?, websites SHOULD be consistant. at the very least, your header and footer. If not, perhaps the font color, SOMETHING. but but should’nt be completly differdnt.
and to answer your question, Very high, i’m doing that as i speak!.
plantophil: Your right
mistainu: Try yourbbinstalltion.com/search.php
ranrar: How about this? a good document to tell designers how they can develop a theme which works for BOTH wp and bb. THis way, we dont have to mess around with making one theme look like the other. STandalong bb themes are gonna happen anyways. Combining both is the problem worthy of looking into.
1: post name in permalinks
2: idiot proof way of wrapping wp-theme around bb.
THAT would be hot, not alot of forum software offer that, and the ONE that does, is charging an arm and a leg!.
mdawaffe, thanks for the response, okay,
my forum is in example.com/forums
i’m not loading wpmu, i was using at a point of time
MU_BB was true,
(the syntax was right)
However, i took that off since it was messing up my template, it was assuming that /forums is someone that wanted to register.
should i solve that issue FIRST? if so, any ideas?
however, back to main topic, what should i play with in order to share the sessions?In reply to: Can’t Login…
if you added this in your config.php, you will be able to user the wp tables during the bb login process. However, i dont what to do in order to allow only ONE point of entry to establish the session.
this helped me in getting bb press to usre the same users of wp. Now, i need them to share the same session. (test user can log into wpmu account, and not having to loginto bbpress to post to forums.)
Actually, is there any downside into making bb use wp’s users like that?
what i need done is for someone to log into thier mu account, and not to have to login again to post in my forums.
well it is a subdirecotry. and thank you, however,
$bb->passcookie = PASS_COOKIE;?
is not working.In reply to: No .htaccess file for “pretty” URLS?In reply to: wpmu bbpress issues
that SHOULD go in the “documentation -> integration with wp”
Okay, you need to pick up the plugin which lets you syncronize users between bb and wp. Its somewhere around, this site.
what would be nice to is to be able to add BB tags in your wp post page.In reply to: loading wordpress with bbpressIn reply to: main theme is not loading
GOT IT, i had to copy my .httaccess file to bb-template/ as well. worked like a charm. LOOKS NICE!
i would guess that we need to:
1: Add a little code snippit inside of wp-post.php that creates a new forum SOMEHOW identified by the post ID.
2: in your wp-single.php include that forum instead of your comments.
3: SOmehow replicate/redirect comments/forum for RSS reasons and other ones that i do not understand! sloppy i know!In reply to: err ERRR install probs
it seems that you did not set the proper form url in your config.php file. Look at your file and make sure that all of your data is proper.
GOT IT, GOT IT,
for some reason, it would’nt take my relitive path, it needs the FULL absalout path.
I have had the same problem, but when i added the requireonce line. It could’nd find my path, and i’m sure it is the correct path with the proper permision.
Here is the error:
“Warning: main(PATHTO/wp-config.php) [function.main]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /SERVERPATHTO/forum/config.php on line XX
Fatal error: main() [function.require]: Failed opening required ‘PATHTO/wp-config.php’ (include_path=’.:’) in /SERVERPATHTO/forum/config.php on line XX”In reply to: Keep bbPress Light