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@Robin-w I don’t think you understood my question. If someone is not logged and is looking through a forum topic there is a bbpress login form at the button. how do I remove or hide that?
@Robin-w how do I disable the user login form that shows when the user is not logged in? I use the bbpress style park is there a way to disable it from there??
@Robin-w thank you! it works! Please what’s the dynamic link. I can use to direct each and every user to their own BBpress profile?
No, without Brizy, I don’t see a tool bar at all! with brizy I see a tool bar that is not functioning correctly.
Yes the one I can see on he support forum when I’m trying to type anything (it got; Bold, italics, link, Image etc)
@Robin-w A developer helped to look into it and found that the H1 tag is generated by this wordpress function https://developer.wordpress.org/reference/classes/_wp_editors/wp_link_dialog/
He also helped to temporarily edict the H1 tag to a H3 tag by editing the core files to temporarily solve the redundant H1 tag.
We texted the site without the core files edicts and on trouble shoot mood using the Troubleshoot plugin you recommended. Leaving only the Bbpress plugin and wordpress default theme enabled. I noticed that the new Topic form does not have an editing tool bar even when I “enabled” the editing formatting tool bar” on Bbpress settings.
When I proceeded to turn on 2 plugins in troubleshoot mode; Brizy page builder and Bbpress with the wordpress default theme. I placed the Bbpress “new Topic form short code” on a Gutenberg page on the site, then noticed the New Topic form still shows on the Gutenberg page but without the editor tool bar!
When the Bbpress short code is placed on a Brizy page, the Bbpress editor tool bar appears but doesn’t function properly. For example; the insert/edict link form does not appear as a “pop up” when I am trying to create a link on a post, instead the insert/edict link form appears on the footer.
I don’t know why this is happening. help!
I feel if the H1 tag in “the element” can be changed to H3 tag that should solve the issue
No, it’s not happening on only this page! It’s happening on all posts pages. Yes! that element is the only place where it’s happening on the pages.
@robin-w exactly it’s a WordPress element that’s only suppose to load on the backend! I use bbpress plugin and what BBpress does is that it causes this element to load on the front end! so that people who want to post a new topic or reply to an existing one can edict their texts and insert links. For example right now if you are tying something on bbpress and try to make word a link, you tap on the link in the editor menu and you will see “that wordpress element” pop out.
I use Bbpress plugin and that elment shows up visibly when users want to link a text as well!
BBpress causes that backend “wordpress element” to show up on the front end.
The thing is even when the “wordpress element” is not visibly seen i.e when a user is trying to edict a link when typing a new Topic on the Forum. “The wordpress element” can still be seen hidden in “the source code” of the page and other pages even when not visibility seen. This doesn’t disrupt the user experience but here is the reason why I have a problem with this;
The “wordpress element” has a H1 tag. when it’s loading in the front end. My pages has it’s H1 tittle which I put there. So the H1 tag tittle tag on my page and the H1 tag on that “wordpress element” on the source code makes for redundant (2) H1 tags on my site page.
Apparently search engines like Bing has a big issue with redundant H1 tags and shows it in my Bing webmaster report as a critical SEO error that need to be fixed. while search engines like Google have no problem with this.
Is there a way that when BBpress pulls that “wordpress element” (that by default loads only at the backend) to the front end, it changes the tag on that “wordpress element” to a H3 tag??
@robin-w it’s a false flag because my security company confirms that everything is clean. I will have them take a second look with the name of you guard.
Yeah it’s a webpage. the insert/edict form isn’t visible if you just view the webpage. Look at the “source code” of the webpage.
It’s literally the wp-editor insert/edict loading on the source code. What I really want is ti change the H1 tag to a H3 tag.
The site seems clean! You can use Sucuri to check! Also my Google search console and Bing webmaster does not show any malwares! I will still appreciate if you can tell me the name of the your security so I can my site Security company look into that. It could be a false flag.
Pending that, could you please help me with a code snippet to change the H1 tag in the the insert/edict link form (that pops up when someone wants to insert a link on BBpress). How can I change the H1 tag there to H3 tag??? Please I’ll appreciate a code snippet that can do this pleaseee!