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In reply to: turn off bullets just for bbpress
This is done in CSS. You should use a dev tool like firebug or chrome dev tools and inspect the element in question. It will tell you what CSS rule is styling that part.In reply to: Why is Forum Index In Bullet Points??
Those are added by your theme…line 1760 of your theme’s style.css
Adding memory to the WordPress config will not work for every host. Again, it is best you ask your host to bump this up for you.In reply to: Looking for bbPress programmers
This type of requests should be posted here -> http://jobs.wordpress.net/In reply to: Forum Transparency
Look for tr.odd td and tr.even td in your bbpress.cssIn reply to: Hook or template tag for bbPress only page
You can try ‘bbp_template_before_forums_loop’ and ‘bbp_template_before_topics_loop’ hooks…Those two are fired right before any forum or topic is generated at template level.In reply to: Custom CSS not working
Yes, you need to put it inside the CSS folder. So it should look like this:
Did you also tried resyncing your permalinks by going to settings->permalinks and clicking save twice? Worth a shot!
Try just going into forum settings and clicking save ( don’t change anything ) just click save.
Actually this sounds more like the bbPress plugin isn’t activate. Double check that first.
Did you make sure atleast one user is a keymaster? You can tell by going to users and looking at the top near the role change dropdown. It will show how many keymasters there are in parenthesis.
This is not a plugin issue. Check with your hosting company to see how much PHP memory is allocated for you. There is no definite value to be set at but if possible try for 64 to 128MB.In reply to: No Admin Area
Can you be more specific? What do you mean a “link” to the admin area? To administer bbPress, you simply login like you do in WordPress.
Or do you mean in the backend WordPress, you do not see “forums”, “topics”…etc?In reply to: Get rid of "Private: " text in front of forum Title
Yes there is a less brutal method…Instead of targeting all WP titles, you can target only bbPress titles.
Filter on ‘bbp_get_forum_title’ and ‘bbp_get_forum_archive_title’
I researched this some more and found the problem to be with the category/forum setup. If the forum is not under any parent category, it works fine. Once it is under any category parent, it will break.
Take note that I realize it is not just the category description causing issue but any reply to the sub-forum under the parent category will also break it.
Here is a screencast showing the issue -> http://screencast.com/t/Gjxt7if0
I am using bbPress 2.2.2 on WordPress 3.4.2. My permalinks are set to /%category%/%postname%/ and bbPress base is default. Another words, I didn’t change any permalink structure in bbPress.
And I am see the issue on http://domain.com/forums/In reply to: Installation issue…
This is because your container #main-content .item-list is set to width 220px….If you’re gonna put the forum inside that container, you need to give it a bigger width..
I ended up just doing it the old fashion way:
$user = new WP_User( 1 );
$user->add_role( 'bbp_keymaster' );
Thanks for the reply however I don’t have such dropdown. The only dropdown I see is the default WordPress role dropdown and not one specific for bbPress.In reply to: Install problem
You should install bb Press on a sub folder of the main domain and you could install it on the same database as your wordpress however your error seems more of a unable to connect to database error which means either the database name is not correct or your authentication did not go through. Double check those items.
Get rid of your host. Any host that charges to have an extra database created is just out to get your money.In reply to: https problem?
Although this is the code for WordPress it might be universal to BB Press as well. Open up your bb-config.php and add this line:
define('FORCE_SSL_ADMIN', true);In reply to: WP + BBpress Deep Integration Video Tutorial
Ok I just did it in firebug and here are your sub-forums…