Per Carlen (@per-carlen)

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  • Yes, those are the settings I’m referring to. Not much to do there actually so I’ll add some plugins. I already have one installed for notifications.

    Thank you once again Andre for answering my questions!

    Thanks for answering my questions, Andre!

    1. If there isn’t an admin panel, where or do I for example, set authorisations for the forum (admin,moderator etc)? There’s must be more settings than those in the menus I described in the original post above?

    2. I’ll look in to the Multisite feature. Thanks! Otherwise, If I for example want my BBPress to have the forum structure like (notice how the different forums and subforums are listed beneath eachother), I’d have to edit the css?

    3. I’ll ask about in that topic then.

    Thanks a ton for helping me out here!

    On last thing that I would like to know:

    Is it possible to have one theme on the blog, pages etc. and another theme for the forum?

    I might want to download a template for the forum but I don’t want the whole blog to use that theme.

    I just wasted an hour of experimenting with turning my homepage/blogpage into a static page, creating categories etc. Then I realised that the setting amount of sidebars on blogpage was just underneath the setting you just reffered to…..

    Thanks again man! Things are just like I want them! :)

    That got the forum looking like I want it, but my mainpage is not a “page” so I can’t find where to chose another template for it?

    For the other pages I just chose a template with left and right sidebar and they looked as before.

    So, just the startpage is messed up now :) Any ideas?

    Your english is fine dude! I’m from Sweden myself.

    This is Suffusion’s template “no-sidebars.php”:

    * Template Name: No Sidebars
    * @package Suffusion
    * @subpackage Templates


    <div id="single-col">
    <div id="content">

    global $post;
    if (have_posts()) {
    while (have_posts()) {
    $original_post = $post;
    <div <?php post_class('fix'); ?> id="post-<?php the_ID(); ?>">
    <?php suffusion_after_begin_post(); ?>
    <div class="entry-container fix">
    <div class="entry fix">
    <?php suffusion_content(); ?>
    </div><!--/entry -->
    // Due to the inclusion of Ad Hoc Widgets the global variable $post might have got changed. We will reset it to the original value.
    $post = $original_post;
    </div><!-- .entry-container -->

    <?php suffusion_before_end_post(); ?>
    <?php comments_template(); ?>
    </div><!--/post -->
    <?php get_footer(); ?>

    I’m not sure I’m getting you. If I’m creating a new page I can chose “No Sidebars” as template, which I have done for the page where I’ve put my bbpress shortcodes ( That page looks fine.

    The problem is when I click on a topic or whatever on that page and gets taken to another page. Like

    Then the sidebars show up.

    Did I just answer your question? :)

    I really appreciate that you’re taking your time to answer me!

    Please don’t give up on me yet :)

    Thanks alot for helping me out!

    I have removed <?php get_sidebar(); ?> in the .php’s within …/wp-contentpluginsbbpressbbp-themesbbp-twentyten folder, but as you say, that’s not where I should be looking.

    The thing is that I want to keep my sidebars on the rest of the blog so I don’t want to remove them in my wp-theme (Suffusion). Is there a way to remove the sidebars from the forum part of my blog, but keep them on the other pages?

    Thanks again!

    Another thing; can I apply a theme on bbpress that doesn’t affect the rest of my blog? Like Suffusion for the blog, Twenty Ten for bbpress?


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