smurfdude (@smurfdude)

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  • In reply to: Plugin: bb-Topic-Views

    fel64, thanks for changing it for me. However i get an error when i replace the function with yours, then add <?php $view_count = get_view_count(); echo $view_count; ?>

    The error is:

    Fatal error: Call to a member function on a non-object in bb-topic-views.php

    Actually, adding <?php display_view_cont(); ?> was the very first thing i tried adding earlier. But it didn’t do anything. I have no idea how to write php but am always trying to edit files and see what i can achieve by myself. But in most cases end up getting no where.

    In reply to: Plugin: bb-Topic-Views

    Is there a way to stop it showing next to the topic title and place it wherever I want? I was thinking of making an extra column to add views in to, instead of having them appear in the title link.

    Nevermind i figured it out. You put < code > tags on this line:

    $topic_id = $wpdb->get_var(“SELECT topic_id FROM <code.>$posts_table</.code> WHERE <.code>post_id</.code> = $felpostID LIMIT 1;”);

    Now it works great, big thanks!

    I get this error on my comments page

    WordPress database error: [You have an error in your SQL syntax. Check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near ‘wp_bbpress_post_posts WHERE post_id =]

    SELECT topic_id FROM wp_bbpress_post_posts WHERE post_id = 32 LIMIT 1;

    God only knows why the option to permanently delete posts wasn’t put in to start with. It seems like a no brainer really

    In reply to: Plugin: Avatar Upload

    Ok sure. Though bare in mind this is probably a really crappy way of doing it, but hey, I don’t even know php, so give me some credit for trying hehe.

    I deleted bb-avatar-upload.php from /my-plugins/ and put it in my wordpress plugins folder. Then at the top of the file I put:

    include(‘/path/to/blog/forum/avatar_function.php’);

    I created avatar_function.php myself and pasted in the contents of the bbpress config file. The reason I didn’t use the original file is because the follow was causing an error when logging in to the admin panel.

    require_once(‘/path/to/blog/wp-blog-header.php’);

    define(‘wp_bb’,true);

    That’s basically it. I’ve checked about every page and everything is working fine, so i’ve no idea if there’s any potential problems doing this, but all I know is it works as far as i can tell.

    In reply to: Plugin: Avatar Upload

    W00t! I’ve figured out how to display the avatar next to comments in wordpress. Though the way I have done it i’m worried it’s going to cause problems.

    Now if only there was a way to display a default image if the user hasn’t uploaded one. Not that it’s a big deal. Thanks :D

    In reply to: Emoticons For bbPress?

    I used this plugin and the row of smilies show beneath the edit form, but they are unclickable. An even when I just type in :) :( etc, they don’t appear in the post.

    In reply to: Plugin: Avatar Upload

    Ah i was hoping it would be something simple like inserting a bit of code in the comments page rather than needing a plugin to call stuff from the database. Being rubbish at php that kind of thing just confuses me, so will have to cross my fingers that someone else does it :)

    In reply to: Plugin: Avatar Upload

    smurfdude
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    @smurfdude

    If you use wordpress aswell, I don’t suppose you know of a way to include the avatar next to the users comments? That would complete a perfect avatar mod.


    smurfdude
    Member

    @smurfdude

    Ah that custom profile addition plugin is *almost* perfect. It works great, I’ve added custom fields, they appear in my profile/edit-profile. The only problem (and its minor) is that I can’t find out how to change the size of the text field for the Bio part. Would like a big scrollable box for that. Also I can’t find what file the profile data is stored in so i can change the appearance. Any clues? An thanks alot!

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