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I’ve looked through this whole thread and have seen several cases of people having trouble with the permalink structure, getting 404’s.
No matter what I try, every time I try to access /forums/forum/test-forum I’m just redirected to the site root.
I’ve spent loads of time looking through the core files of bbpress, but I can’t seem to find the place where this particular link structure is set. Rules are added for a lot of other pages, but not the single forum page.
Does anyone know where WordPress is told to use this particular URI structure?
How long have you had this installation?
Is there a way of utilising the hook transition_post_status only when it’s in reference to a topic or reply? Or is there a function for this already?
I’m looking to only call a function when a user posts a topic or reply, possibly when a post gets spammed or trashed.
Also, bbp_reply_author_link( array( ‘type’ => ‘avatar’ ) ); returns the avatar thumbnail is there a way to retrieve the full version of the avatar?
Any ideas on how to use wp_tiny_mce() for replies and posts?
Is there a way of setting bbp_show_lead_topic without editing the code?
Is it possible to use bbp_topic_content/bbp_reply_content as filter hooks? i.e.
add_filter('bbp_topic_content', 'some_function', 5);
Tanks JJJ for the clarity. Since then I’ve simplified it for myself. I’m currently running it as a BuddyPress child with the necessary files copied and pasted in. It all works quite nicely together.
Can I ask why the theme has gone from child to parent? Won’t that hurt it’s future-proof-ness? Also it’s a headache for those of us making our own theme.
Is there a function for telling if there’s new posts. Just checking before I write one.
I was hoping for something a bit more definite now that work’s really being done on it.
Any idea when we’re going to see a release beat or otherwise? It’s cool that it’s get updated a lot but it makes doing anything awkward.
Try using WP3 these days on an active site where there are cache misses, the server will fall apart. You cannot rely on the miracle of caching and ultra-fast hardware to get around fundamental design problems.
So fundamentally the problem is with WordPress’ design?
The size of the codebase is largely due to the amount of phpDoc and inline documentation. I expected there to be a lot of eyes on this code from both bbPress and WordPress audiences, so almost everything is described in detail.
And I certainly appreciate it, but is there an easy way to minify it then?
https://bbpress.org/forums/topic/bbpress-plugin-updates/page/12#post-80396 That’s what I said.
I have it working with bbp_has_topics(array(‘author’ => $bp->displayed_user->id)) that’s not the problem. The problem is I can’t get it to work with bbp_get_user_topics_started() because it doesn’t seem to return the query.
The BuddyPress profile, that’s why I’m using $bp->displayed_user->id not $bbp->displayed_user->ID
That would only work is I were on the BBPress profile for the user.
Oh, ok. I’ll give it a go.
Update: My only problem now is that bbp_get_user_topics_started() doesn’t seem to return a query at all.
I was hoping there’d be a way of using bbp_has_topics() like in loop-bbp_topics.php.