pcgs51 (@pcgs51)

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  • pcgs51
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    Sorry, no.

    In reply to: Forum Root Page Issues

    pcgs51
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    13 months later, today I had the same issue and so grateful to find this thread and this post from TulsaREIA.

    I’m using the Genesis framework with a child theme. In the Genesis settings you can toggle the post archive to display excerpts or post contents. Just select post contents and its all good. Many thanks!


    pcgs51
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    Thank you so much. I’ll give it a try.


    pcgs51
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    Thanks for your reply robin-w. That is a very good assumption but I am not aware of anyone removing users. These are paid membership sites that do not expire so doubtful anyone has been removed. Certainly not in the numbers I’m seeing in the forum. But I will ask the other admins about this. Thanks.


    pcgs51
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    I am an Admin on this site. I am seeing my username and Gravatar applied to Topics and Posts I did not create. I’ve never participated in this forum. The authors are relevant but the gravatar and username assigned to their posts is mine not theirs.

    Here is a perfect example. If you visit this page it probably looks normal.
    http://icmmaca2.wpengine.com/forums/forum/mmaca

    Next I offer this page:
    http://icmmaca2.wpengine.com/forums/topic/your-gym-or-business-featured-on-mmaca-site

    Please compare what you see to this screenshot which is see what I see.
    http://icmmaca2.wpengine.com/images/bbpress-example.png

    My user name is indeed pcgs51 and that logo is my official Gravatar but the posts are from other members of the site. My Gravatar all over this forum but these items are not from me.

    Steps taken:
    All plugins except for bbpress are now turned off but issue continued
    I tried using the theme Twenty Thirteen but issue continued
    Contacted WPEngine and had a caching exception applied to the site to ensure their agressive caching was not the issue. No luck.
    Try viewing this in Incognito. Issue continues.

    I don’t know what else to share with you. Please let me know. Thanks.


    pcgs51
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    Thanks collecting details for you now.


    pcgs51
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    I tried that just now and it seems to have helped the other site. So this is awesome! I need to research plugins. Wondering if some of the bbPress extension plugins that are in these sites are old and are no longer used? Would be nice if there was a deprecated list. Going to search for one now.


    pcgs51
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    Hi unihead, I am working with two sites that are using bbPress. Both are displaying this same issue and as I understand my client has struggled for a long time with this problem. One of the sites also uses a plugin called “bbPress Threaded Replies” The other does not but both sites will not display replies.

    Today I turned off “bbPress Threaded Replies” in the site using it. The problem went away immediately. However that doesn’t help me with the other site. The replies are still hidden there.

    Thought I would share just in case it helps you.


    pcgs51
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    I experienced an error when posting and somehow got two of the same posts. I would remove this one if I could.

    Note to moderator: accidentally posted two identical posts. Please delete this one.
    Note to participants: please post to my other identical post.

    Sorry for the inconvenience.

    In reply to: Forum Login

    pcgs51
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    Thanks netweb


    pcgs51
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    Yeah, I did get the help I needed there and if I could have removed my post I would have. I feel like a litterbug.


    pcgs51
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    @pcgs51

    Yeah, I did get the help I needed there and if I could have removed my post I would have. I feel like a litterbug.


    pcgs51
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    @pcgs51

    I now see that I did need to keep this at BuddyPress. Sorry for the misunderstanding.


    pcgs51
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    @pcgs51

    I now see that I did need to keep this at BuddyPress. Sorry for the misunderstanding.


    pcgs51
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    My mistake, I didn’t communicate my issue properly. Guess it was lack of sleep. This is a bbPress/WordPress/BuddyPress issue and I am hoping somebody out there knows what I’m doing wrong.

    If I could delete this post I would to start over.

    I installed bbPress into WordPress/BuddyPress site. Following the bbPress installation instructions, I uploaded bbPress into a folder and renamed it “forum.”

    I pointed my browser to the install page and filled out the three step form and all seemed to go well. I got an email from the bbPress installer stating that my installation was successful.

    <http://lhhs69.com/forum&gt;

    This is my issue:

    In order to integrate bbPress into my WordPress/BuddyPress site, I need to use the “Forum Setup” option under the BuddyPress panel in the WordPress admin area. When I attempted to use the option offered to me labeled “Use an existing bbPress installation” I am asked for the location of my bb-config.php file. When I put in the path, I get this message:

    “The bb-config.php file was not found at that location, please try again.”

    I have tried using the path from the root of my server with and without using the actual bb-config.php file name.

    I have tried using the absolute path using my domain name with and without the file name above and with and without the “.www” in the path.

    I cannot think of any more possible ways to direct my site to know where bb-config.php is located. I can see it on the server and can open it. Nothing I can see is out of place.

    Anyone familiar with this issue? Thanks.


    pcgs51
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    My mistake, I didn’t communicate my issue properly. Guess it was lack of sleep. This is a bbPress/WordPress/BuddyPress issue and I am hoping somebody out there knows what I’m doing wrong.

    If I could delete this post I would to start over.

    I installed bbPress into WordPress/BuddyPress site. Following the bbPress installation instructions, I uploaded bbPress into a folder and renamed it “forum.”

    I pointed my browser to the install page and filled out the three step form and all seemed to go well. I got an email from the bbPress installer stating that my installation was successful.

    <http://lhhs69.com/forum&gt;

    This is my issue:

    In order to integrate bbPress into my WordPress/BuddyPress site, I need to use the “Forum Setup” option under the BuddyPress panel in the WordPress admin area. When I attempted to use the option offered to me labeled “Use an existing bbPress installation” I am asked for the location of my bb-config.php file. When I put in the path, I get this message:

    “The bb-config.php file was not found at that location, please try again.”

    I have tried using the path from the root of my server with and without using the actual bb-config.php file name.

    I have tried using the absolute path using my domain name with and without the file name above and with and without the “.www” in the path.

    I cannot think of any more possible ways to direct my site to know where bb-config.php is located. I can see it on the server and can open it. Nothing I can see is out of place.

    Anyone familiar with this issue? Thanks.

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