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Comment out this line in the plugin to get page 1 showing.
That’s line 82 in version 1.0.2
@fel64 – You don’t have to copy the styles into another style sheet, just edit the styles in the file page-links.css
@wittmania – I’ve updated the plugin to be compatible with “Front Page Topics”, it’s more a design problem with that plugin, but I’ve worked around it.
@Null – All that has to be done is copying the three files, one php, one css, one image into the my-plugins folder. If you want to change the styles then just edit them in the CSS file. I couldn’t have made it any easier given I wanted it to be easily styled for different layouts without having to modify templates.
What version of bbPress are you using. I have to admit that I haven’t tested against 0.8.1, only against the latest 1.0 alpha
I think I know what went wrong though. Download and try again, I’ve updated the version to 1.0.1
The links are text-only. If you don’t want the images/styles just remove them from the CSS file.
So that’s the other place I saw it. I’ve updated that ticket.In reply to: checking a email address comes from a domain
You inspired a quick plugin, that I then turned into a full plugin…In reply to: Access to last page of TopicIn reply to: I think I need a fix …
Some absolutely positioned and sized anchor tags over those buttons would do the trick for navigation.In reply to: links to forums broken
Are you using mod_rewrite or multiviews?
Post your .htaccess file here and maybe we can find the problem.
There are lots of variables to take into account before I can answer your questions. You need to find out more about this stuff yourself. Unfortunately I don’t have the time to coach you through the whole thing. The short answer is that if you are using Windows locally and don’t have SSH (command line) access to your server, then you are probably out of luck.
No there is no permalink configuration in the admin area, and plans for that permalink functionality have been dropped for several reasons.
You have three choices for $bb->mod_rewrite:
- false = normal querystring based links
- true = permalinks based on ID
- ‘slugs’ = permalinks based on item names/titles
It would be easier with command line access, or do it locally then upload the result.
It’s in the core code, no need to patch. Just grab the very latest version via Subversion.
I’d recommend you don’t use this patch unless you want to have to change your forums again when 1.0 is released.
The way this patch works will be superseded in version 1.0
Include the following at the top of the new file:
You may have to adjust the path a little to correctly reference the file.
That should give you access to the whole API, including the $bbdb object for manipulating the database.In reply to: What happened?
Turn off permalinks in the config.php file
$bb->mod_rewrite = false
Or add the appropriate entries to your .htaccess file as described here
The errors stem from the fact that plugins aren’t designed to be called in isolation. They are included into the rest of bbPress when they are loaded. Meaning that if you try to run the plugin in isolation, then you won’t have access to the whole bbPress API (including the add_action() function and all the bbdb class).
If you take a look at how tag addition works in the core, you will probably get an insight into the best way to do this.
New version added which seems to work. The whole implementation is a little unsavory though – passing HTTP auth to a PHP cookie – feels like double handling.
Someone who cared a little more about how this works would bother to replace all the cookie based auth completely.
I’ll add this to the plugin repository too.In reply to: bbPress on mac osx
Check your apache error log for PHP errors using tail.
tail -f /var/log/httpd/error_log
On the command line.
OK, I just tested this, and it deffinately doesn’t work like it should, you can login using http_auth and then login again with the same user/password and it works.
I have to cut out that middle-man in the process.
I’ve hacked together a first draft of “HTTP authentication for bbPress” using the LDAP authentication plugin as a model.
This is completely untested, but the basic premise is that you set up HTTP authentication on the entire bbPress install. The plugin handles the rest. You will need to install and turn on the plugin before setting up HTTP_AUTH though.
Download from here.
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I hate to ask, but did you turn on the options to show icons in the admin pages?
You need to be logged in as a keymaster, then go to “Site Management” -> “Support Forum”.
Also make sure you have the latest version of the plugin.
Otherwise, do you get any errors in your logs that might help us?