Terranb (@terranb)

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  • I just added the code I pasted above to my theme’s header.php file and that seems to have done it. Any reason this is a bad idea?

    Yep, I have it integrated with wordpress. I’ll give those fixes a shot.

    Is there anyway I could add them without hacking core? Maybe as a plugin? This post (https://bbpress.org/forums/topic/slashes-being-added-in-front-of-apostrophes#post-12563) suggests adding this:

    if (function_exists('wp_head')) {
    // or another check to see if WordPress has been included
    add_filter('get_topic_title', 'stripslashes');
    add_filter('get_post_text', 'stripslashes');

    to the “WordPress Integration” plugin. Since that plugin is in wordpress, not bbpress it didn’t seem like it would work, but I tried anyway and nothing. One person said it worked. Where might they have been adding it?

    Then there is hacking core files, which I’d rather not do since it makes updating more difficult.

    In reply to: wordpress integration

    I’m kind of embarrassed so I would be inclined to delete the above post, but in the interest of informing the community I’ll leave it intact.

    After updating my wordpress install it’s now working. So it would seem that bbpress plays nicely with the most current WP 3 iteration

    In reply to: wordpress integration

    I’m having a similar problem when I try calling require_once(dirname(__FILE__) . '/../wp-load.php'); so I can bring my theme into bbpress.

    This is a WP 3.0 multiuser site on subdomains. The funny thing is I’ve had this working on test sites using WP 3 single user and WP 3 multiuser on subdirectories.

    Is there something about it being on subdomains that might cause this? Might differences in the WP .htaccess file cause it?

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