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In reply to: bbPress – Not PHP 7.0 compatible.
I created http://wikoandco.com/topic/test-6, as noted in that topic most of the time wait from my posting appears acceptable, it is far less than 15 seconds, maybe 5 for the topic, and 3 for replies, but I see significant time
Waiting for wikoandco.comwhich no doubt is caused by the connection time waiting from here where I am in Australia
The best way to test this is on a local site, perform a phpBB import and try logging in with a user that you are confident you know the password.
I’m pretty sure this should be working correctly last time I tested it…In reply to: Redirect after subscription
Thanks for the topic @fourmi 🙂
You are correct, looking at that code for forum subscriptions, if you successfully subscribe to a forum then
true === $successso and then
is_single() || is_page()would be
truein your case the redirect should redirect to your page via
Could you confirm that the user IS successfully subscribed when subscribing via your forum list page please @fourmi
@steveim, I’ll update those docs, but what happens is the passwords are copied during import, and then when an imported user first logs in then the old password is converted from phpBB format to a WordPress formatted password and stored in WP’s database user table
If it’s taking 15 seconds to do add a reply or a topic you most definately have a plugin or theme manipulating post queries, most likely
pre_get_postsfilter is running in a plugin, maybe a theme.
Please disable ALL our plugins and test the speed again please.
If the speed remains the same, try switching to the Twenty Fourteen theme.
You’ll also notice here on bbpress.org it does not take 15 secondsIn reply to: The problem of writing topic or reply
@abdurhman This has been added to bbPress 2.6 and will be released soon.
In bbPress 2.6 you can have forum moderators for single forums, moderators do not have to have access to all the forums on your siteIn reply to: Separate forum with SSO
Yes, you sure can, either way you mention would work, another option is multisite.
That said, for either way you mention you’d utilise “shared user tables”
See this codex doc on setting that up: https://codex.wordpress.org/Editing_wp-config.php#Custom_User_and_Usermeta_Tables
What I mean was to do this step by step, don’t try to do everything at once.
Install WordPress and bbPress and don’t do anything else.
Now is it working?In reply to: Multisite with single login to BBpress
(bbPress uses WordPress users for account/password management)
Maybe try going back a step or two further…
Start with WordPress, add bbPress, does it work?
From there then incrementally add your customisations.In reply to: Import from Discourse to bbpress
You’d need to first get the Discourse database converted to MySQL (I think it’s Postgres?)
Once that’s taken care of a custom importer script could be created
I don’t know of anyone that has tried the above, but that method should workIn reply to: Update to 2.5.10 (only updated files)
Ideally you should be using a child theme for your custom bbPress templates. That way you don’t have to worry about this issue 🙂
Take a look on the docs codex for some help with getting started with custom templates:
With that said though, here is a link showing the changes from 2.5.9 to 2.5.10, it’s a single change to
includes/users/template.php, and is quite important you upgrade your templates with this change.In reply to: how to customize bbpress forum
Hopefully some of the links on our codex docs page will help get you started:
Click “Screen options” on the top right of the page and change 20 to 50 🙂
Check out the docs in the codex, this I think should help you get started:In reply to: Our Ideal Forum Look We Want
bbPress shares WordPress’ users settings, you an see an example of it for your own bbPress.org and WordPress.org profiles here:
When logging into bbPress it is just logging into WordPress with the same username and password so you should be good to go there also 🙂In reply to: Getting Last Topic or Post Date
Hi if you’re still around would like to know how you changed Freshness to Last Post?
bbPress 2.6 will no longer use “Freshness”, the default is now “Last Post”In reply to: How can I change front-end form for anonymous
You can do this by creating a child theme and editing the
form-anonymoustemplate, you can find details on doing this here https://codex.bbpress.org/functions-files-and-child-themes-explained/In reply to: Security issues reported on BBpress plugin