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In reply to: Google sitemap for bbPress?
In addition to the above, sitemaps give google an indication on how often the URL will be updated, so how often Google should send in its crawlers …
yes, now I remember. I did have the same problem, which I solved (eventually) by going to the admin of the BBpress forum, then settings, and then click the checkbox: Enable XML-RPC
That should do the trick (sorry, I forgot to mention it in my previous post).
I recently installed BBpress live on my blog (http://www.rensenieuwenhuis.nl), and it worked like a breeze. I’m using WP 2.6.1 and bbPress version 1.0-alpha-2.
I downloaded the WP-plugin from wordpress.org/extend, installed it, then activated it in the plugins-screen, then to the settings-screen in the WP-plugin section, then activated both the widgets (it’s a check-box), and then added the widgets to my sidebar.
I did encounter minor problem though, which I described here: https://bbpress.org/forums/topic/bbpress-live-widgets-fail-when-changing-other-widgets
@ TexasH: Thanks! BBpress Live is a cool addition indeed.
@ Sambauers: Looking forward to it. I considered installing something like bbsync, but already anticipated on the next update to be coming soon. So, I decided to wait.
Do you know whether it will be possible to send only a selection of the WP posts to the BBpress forum? I.e. only posts within a specific category, or with a specific tag? That would be really great.
New forum on R-Project and statistics in general, based on BBPress 1.0 alpha-2I didn’t change much to the original code (other than some minor tinkering on the CSS).
- Support Forum
- Unread Posts
- Post notification
- Moderator post notification
- Google adsense
Also use BBpress Live to mirror on my blog what’s going on at the forums. Finally, the forum is accessible through a ‘page’ on my blog: http://www.rensenieuwenhuis.nl.
In the future, I plan to use BBpress Live to send a selection of my blog-posts to a subforum.