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In reply to: 9rules.com
It isn’t available and I doubt they would release it (for branding purposes). It is pretty wicked though
TrentIn reply to: WP Stats
Depends on what information you are trying to get, but you can embed just about anything you want including site meter, shinystats, google analytics, etc. All give really great information back.
I use both sitemeter and my main one is google analytics. I also have urchin on the server side of things.
TrentIn reply to: Theme editing problem
Check in bb-post.php as I am pretty sure that is where you will find that one.
TrentIn reply to: Need some paid help
The spam post isn’t under moderation, but spam posts that are well written in WP are not either as they display immediately. I can tell you this though, on wordpress.com support forums there are very few “spambot” posts that make it past akismet. I have a couple small forums myself, but I have never had a post get past akismet except posts that don’t have any bad words or links which really “could be” real user posts. Even that number is pretty low. I have more problems with spam registrations, but livibetter’s “enhanced registration” plugin took care of that
TrentIn reply to: MU WordPress BBPress Integration with Nginx Rewrites
I have found that as long as you change your Site Admin => Options and tell WPMU not to use the blog name of your forum in the signup process, you can use the normal bbPress .htaccess method. It works fine for me on http://onvertigo.com anyways.
TrentIn reply to: I cannot log in my forum
In addition, did you fill out all the fields in config.php with the URL of your wordpress install and database prefix? They are in the same database right?
TrentIn reply to: How to have ‘latest discussions’ on WP front page
If you search in https://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/ there is actually a plugin to do this for wordpress if I am not mistaken as well, but I use the way that chrishajer suggests myself as RSS feeds are easy to change and doesn’t require bbPress be in the same database
TrentIn reply to: editing profile
Do you have a link to your forum for a little testing?
In all honesty, you will not find a solution with less steps and ease than requesting a new password, checking your email, logging in and then changing password in the profile edit screen. Even a “copy and paste” of your current hash from the database would take more screwing around.
my 2 cents!
Any guess on how much space say 100,000 users (spam and real) would take in actual database space? If it is a small amount, then why even worry about deleting them
TrentIn reply to: Theme designer wanted!
If you put your contact information in, I will lock the thread.
TrentIn reply to: just finished my first plugin
What you need is here!
TrentIn reply to: New Plugin: Group Prioritizable/Sortable bbPress
I haven’t tried this collatodo, but does this allow users to sort forum or posts on the front-page? I am a little slow
TrentIn reply to: database MINOR issueIn reply to: how to disable registration ?
I don’t think so as the plugin adds them direct to the database (you can quickly test that). Without register.php there are no registrations going to happen for sure!
Logins and such are best used with default everything until you know they work. Try the default template again and report back any specific things you have going on there. As well, once you start fiddling with integrating with WP in the config.php it will use the WordPress members. Another thing if you don’t have Akismet setup would be to put:
$bb->akismet_key = false;
#1) This is simple enough as MU is built for that.
#2) If you are talking about each member having their own bbPress forum as well in #2, I would suggest that would be a massive problem. If you just mean having them using a single forum, I think this can be done.
#3) Avatars can be down with many plugins you can find in these forums or over at https://bbpress.org/plugins/ . Combining with MU might be a little difficult or require a plugin. I would suggest looking around to see if anyone on MU has come up with a solution already. That or use Gravatar
#4) Combination of plugins and RSS feed grabbers could do that without very much hassle. What is written already might be sufficient from the plugins area, but a couple different database requests would make new plugins for this quickly I am sure.
#5) You didn’t have one
#6) People out there have successfully integrated bbPress and WordPressMU logins, but you might need to search a bit over at http://mu.wordpress.com/forums/ as well for the answer It also depends on your answer to #2 though…..
#7) You already know the answer and Null helped with the others.
TrentIn reply to: Would copying the theme of bbpress.org be illegal?
The forum theme I put up was also with permission of Matt himself before I even put it up for download
TrentIn reply to: New bbPress Theme: Misty Morning
That is a beauty! I really like that one and might have to come up with a use for it
Change the following:
$bb->mod_rewrite = 'false';
$bb->mod_rewrite = false;
TrentIn reply to: Single log-in WP, bbPress and Gallery2?
bbPress and WP are easily integrated so that bbPress uses the wp_users table in the database, so what you are trying to accomplish is very easy to do. As for embedding gallery into WP, from personal experience it works fine and permalinks are configurable. I would check https://wordpress.org/support/ for more data on that though, but integrating the 3 should be pretty easy and straight forward! Integration is covered in the “FAQ” link of this forum!
TrentIn reply to: Deleting bogus users
In the meantime, if you head over to the “extend” tab and search for “memberlist”, you will find a plugin by Ardentfrost that creates a member list of all users. While you can not link to it publically, it is a great resource for admin to mass delete users from a list. You can edit the plugin to show as many on a page as you want!
Hmm….even using your ID number just redirects to username which in terms goes to member ID 850. Hopefully a fix will come soon, sorry about that!
You have managed to come across a bug since you have a “username” that is a number. bbPress is searching for the 850th user which is that user and not your profile. I will let the “powers above” know. I will try and figure out your user ID number so you can at least see the profile until they fix this