Yes, I study via your code previous to posting this and used it for instance of a way to add alternatives to the page.
It became because of reading your code that I become asking approximately using tabs. My purpose for this is that it might deliver the customers a clear distinction between ‘middle’ and ‘custom’ options whilst nevertheless maintaining all options on the same web page.
Just thought it might be precise, cool, and offer but another degree of the company to bbPress.
Log into your WordPress back-end.
Go to Plugins > Installed Plugins .
Scroll down until you see bbPress and click Deactivate.
After the page reloads , scroll back down to the bbPress plugin , now click the red Delete link.
If you have a WordPress.com account, then you can use that or you can create a free account. Once you have connected Jetpack to WordPress.com, you need to visit Appearance » Widgets. Drag and drop Blog Subscriptions (Jetpack) widget to a sidebar and then click on Save button store your widget settings.