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Thanks, but I Just found #16 here:
With this in place I can just add the backlink in the forums description then. I need to hide the breadcrumb then via CSS on the forum page and also in the page I used the forum shortcode.
Maybe in future we can build a better solution for this matter. But also my use case might be kinda special.
I think the answer is #16 in this article:
So thank you! 🙂
I just noticed there is an issue with the < vs. gt;
it needs to be < in the code.
the single Forums breadcrumps root is the forum itself, but I need go a step further behind to the page I used the shortcode
Or I would like to replace the root with this page. I would even be able to pay for a custom development here, any recommendations?
but when a user clicks on a topic and wants to go back, he has to use the browsers back button. Is this how you do it?
Hello, does nobody have an idea or tip for me?
I thought this should be a common use case to link back to the back where the forums shortcode was added.
Just maybe a small suggestion:
Wouldn’t it make sense to show only these topics in the backend from forums where the user is actually set to moderator if the user has backend access because of other reasons?
I think I had a misunderstanding. My issue is actually easily solvable by not giving a group leader the role “moderator”, but by adding him as moderator on the right side in the forum details….I did not notice that you can also add normal users with the role “participant” as a moderator and then the topics post type disappear in the backend…
sooo, is it possible then maybe to just hide this functionality from the backend?
So to just hide the “Topics” menu.In reply to: How can I hide the form in bbp-single-forum?In reply to: How to make forums look better/prettier
Thanks for this post, But I think for
6. Load the style sheet after bbpress
The correct way is this:
/** * load custom bbpress css after bbp default css */ wp_enqueue_style( 'custom-bbpress', get_stylesheet_directory_uri() . '/css/custom-bbpress.css',array('bbp-default'),'1.1','all');