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Great tip @kriskl, also I’d suggest maybe adding the Akismet plugin
@kriskl, we’ve not tagged an RC4 release, we probably should, stay tuned 🙂
I see you found the correct forum for the bbp-messages plugin 🙂
So, yeah, not a bbPress issue 🙂
@peterwsterling Can you add a copy of the exact code you’re using please?
Maybe BuddyPress can do this, it can for sure created groups for you and group forums for those groups, as to attachments in those topics I’m not sure what plugins are out there for this but I’d expect any attachment plugin that works with groups of users and bbPress topics should protect those attachments from unauthorised viewing.
I think you should contact the plugin author of the plugin you are using now to facilitate this functionality, I’m quite sure they’ll be grateful for being informed that there plugin is not working as expected, you might even get lucky and the author fixes the plugin so it does protect those attachments 🙂
I’ve no idea what that plugin is, I suspect however though that this will be an issue with that plugin, if that plugin is “leaking” sensitive information from within a “protected” topic that this plugin “protects” from Google then this will be an issue for that plugin and not bbPress.
bbPress doesn’t include any “groups” functionality out of the box, groups functionality is typically added by way of plugins of which BuddyPress is one such plugin.
So are you using a plugin to add “groups” functionality to bbPress, if so which one?
If not, could you explain how you are grouping and how you are protecting those topics from Google in the first place please.In reply to: Maximum number of subforums? (displayed)
For sure there will be issues for sure with bbPress and ~2000 forums, it wasn’t designed for this many forums, it’s also more often than not not a good idea to have this many forums.
Categorising the forums into a more hierarchical layout is usually far more friendly for admins, mods, and users. For example break down the UK to England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, then further break them down, under Scotland you’d have Aberdeenshire, Dumfries and Galloway and so on….
This I’m guessing this is when using BuddyPress?
If so this should be asked on https://buddypress.org/supportIn reply to: Is there an API for bbPress
There are plugins that can share content across sites.
*But* I still don’t think in the scenario you’ve outlined that multisite is the answer, using one of the membership plugins should be able to “fence off” the content to different “user groups” on a single WordPress site.
You can’t do that, that would be “content sharing across sites” which is one of the things Mika points out in the video.In reply to: Topic Tags autocomplete
If you edit a topic in the backend if you start typing topic tags in the meta box you’ll see autocomplete in action, it’s just not enabled on the front end, with large scale forums autocompletion will have scaling issuesIn reply to: Posting form not working on interner explorer
I’ve removed the username and password from your post @torpeyisgod
Giving others access to your site rarely helps solve any issue, at best it would show that someone else can confirm the issue you have but will still be unable to resolve it 🙂
It looks like there is no form at http://www.iron-bru.co.uk/login/ (Using Chrome)
I’d suggest quickly switching your theme to one of the Twenty themes, Twenty Fifteen for example and seeing if you can login with IE then, if not switch your theme back.
If not resolved deactivate all your plugins and try logging in again, then activate each plugin one by one until you find the conflicting plugin.
I didnt know there was a multisite plugin for bbpress, ill have to check into that.
Not a plugin, multisite compatibility is built into bbPress, you don’t need any other plugins for multisite compat 🙂
As Mika points out sharing content or menus across sites is problematic at best
I think taking a look at a few of the many resources on “memberships plugins” here:
There’s some good round ups of how these plugins work in restricting access to content…
FWIW, bbPress is 100% multisite compatible, either activated per site, or site wide as a “mu-plugin”, it’s just not for the faint of heart, so if you want to take a stab at using multisite then have at it and see if it can work the way you envisage 🙂
I think attempting to use multisite in this instance is over complicating things…
Take a look at this video on one of WordPress’ multisite experts 🙂
Using one of the “membership” (Members, S2, Restrict Content Pro, Users, etc etc) type plugins along with groups would be the way to go I think.
I’ve just bumped this topic title and links to bbPress 2.6 Release Candidate 3… 🙂In reply to: I’m building a bbPress iOS and Android app
This pretty cool, thanks for sharing @tkserver
I’m following along from the sidelines on the bbPress API, once we ship bbPress 2.6 then I hope to spend some time helping out with API.In reply to: Issues with German translated language files
You shouldn’t need to do any of the above, setting your WordPress install to use German as the default language should automatically download bbPress’ translations.
p.s. If you’re using the method above for a different reason, uploading them to
wp-content/languages/buddypresswould be the answer 😉
If a user with a username
mynamealready exists then that user will be imported as
imported_mynameso that data is not overwritten.
When you go to the users wp-admin dashboard if you select to delete a user when you select the
imported_mynameto delete you will be prompted to attribute the content to another user, you can then select the
mynameuser and everything will be sorted, hopefully 🙂
You’ll want to check and verify both before and after that the correct topics and replies are attributed to the correct users bother before and after doing the above.In reply to: Adding single topic title into meta title for SEO
Have you seen
includes/forums/functions.php)In reply to: Only admins can post links (2.6 Beta 2)
Could you expand on some of the configuration setup you’re using here please?
What version of WordPress are using?
I think you’re talking about the “front end” editor like here on bbPress.org?
Or maybe you’re using a plugin to enable TinyMCE, if so what plugin is it?
The above info should help us to reproduce the issue if you could please @jesus-1 🙂
This is fixed for the upcoming bbPress 2, you can download bbPress 2.6 beta 2 and help us test it, bbPress 2.6 will be released really soon so it’s stable and we’re using it right here on bbpress.org and wordpres.org/support now 🙂In reply to: after emigating host get error