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Trent: Any idea when 1.0 will be coming down the pike?
Actually, strike that. It does work, I’m no longer a bozo, but for some reason it is still a field rather than a checkbox.
If you’re a bozo, when you post nobody else can see your posts. If everyone can see your posts, then you’re not a bozo.
Nope, it didn’t work . I’m still a bozo and the field besize User is a Bozo: is still a field, however it says “0” instead of “1” now.
fel: I wasn’t aware of that, I’ll try it and report back. Crossing fingers
I am, supposedly a fix is in the works: https://bbpress.org/forums/topic/643?replies=46
I have this problem as well. I am a bozo (the admin of the forum) I don’t have anything in my Akismet field in my config.php. Why is this happening and what can I do until the next release?
Fortunately I haven’t noticed any of that yet, as I started from scratch with a clean WP and bbPress install before doing the import. Thanks!
Thanks. What I did was edited the importer to use wp_users instead of bb_users and it worked perfectly.
OK, so I’ve got this far:
What can I do to make the rest perfect? Thanks!
Atsutane: Thanks so much for your help!! I really appreciate it
OK, so I keep getting closer Atsutane, I don’t use K2 unfortunately
http://www.macuserblog.com/boards/ is where I’m at now. Is the remaining problem CSS or PHP-related? Thanks again!
OK, I can follow that, where do I need to put
get_sidebar()? In the header?
OK, in my header.php file I have
<?php get_header; get_sidebar(); get_footer(); ?>. Everything is OK, but now bbPress is shoved below the WP theme. Is this a theme problem or a CSS problem? How can I fix it? I really appreciate all the help you’ve offered Atsutane! It’s much appreciated.
Yeah that’s kind of confusing…..Really the only problem now is bbPress is not centered in the page as it should be, it’s on the left-hand side. How can I fix this?
Ok, now header.php only includes:
<?php get_header() ?>and nothing else. It looks better now. How do I get the sidebar, etc to move over? I want it to be completely seamless. Thanks so much for your help so far!
OK, so I’ve done that, and it looks kind of muddled. How can I get bbPress to ingore it’s own stylesheets and just get all the info from WP’s theme?
OK, so let me get this straight;
To make bbPress and WordPress match, all I have to do is add:
define('WP_BB', true); in my bbpress config.php file (edited to fit my directory structure of course). and then in the theme’s header.php, I put
get_header()and bbPress will grab the header from my WordPress install, and all will be right in the world?