Willabee (@willabee)

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  • Good to see that the plugin is progressing so fast now.

    To catch up, the bbpress files now can be placed within the theme folder? And if so, what files go in there?

    Keep up the great work JJJ and Gautum. :D

    @ Darkwolf.it

    1. A category can’t hold topics, its meant to only be a container of sub-fora.

    2. Don’t really know what you mean..

    3. Making a custom theme for a plugin, seems like a long shot. Especially since it won’t intergrate into your site and just takes it over.

    4. It’s in the settings (Settings > Forums).

    5. None yet, but since the topics are just custom posts, you could write up a script.

    6. As said many times before, it has a high priority, but don’t expect it to be done tommorow.

    @ Kasparas

    This topic is about all the info you’ll get. The plugin will be the same as the standard bbPress in the end.

    @ ALL

    I know all of you have been waiting for a good forum plugin for wordpress for a while, but don’t ask radical script changes or widgets in this stage. Just let them build a solid script and the custom stuff will come later.

    The login problem isn’t fixed yet?

    I installed the latest and it’s redirecting me to the /login slug again. I don’t mind hacking it out again, just wondering.


    Willabee
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    @willabee

    Are sub forums limited by 5? Since only 5 show up, perhaps make this an option too? ^^


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    @ qprints

    Hasn’t been an update the last 4 days, so nottin’ to talk about. Perhaps JJJ and Gautam are having a vacation? ^^

    @ Wildkyo

    Probably found a “bug” in my way of “intergrating” the bbpress theme, the edit function doesn’t work anymore.


    Willabee
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    @willabee

    Hard coded translations can NEVER be translated by a .mo/.po language file, since there’s no indication of it needing a change.

    In reply to: Strange SPAM problem

    Willabee
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    @willabee

    Sounds like someone found a crack in the bbPress wall.

    Try making a ticket on the trac. Altough bbPress stand alone isn’t supported that much anymore, but I guess this asks for a critical update.

    In reply to: Strange SPAM problem

    Willabee
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    @willabee

    Sounds like someone found a crack in the bbPress wall.

    Try making a ticket on the trac. Altough bbPress stand alone isn’t supported that much anymore, but I guess this asks for a critical update.


    Willabee
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    @willabee

    Try contacting her, or try changing something in the code so that the bots will be stopped once again.

    Either way, spam will always be there.


    Willabee
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    @willabee

    BuddyPress uses a intergrated form of bbPress, therefore it is not part of bbPress, but part of BuddyPress. Check on their forums.

    Unless you installed bbPress WordPress plugin or bbPress stand alone and intergrated that.

    If you installed the plugin, don’t hope for too much support on translation yet, if you installed the bbPress stand alone, then it should work, mine worked fine back when I was using those two.

    A custom theme can always be the problem too!


    Willabee
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    @willabee

    BuddyPress uses a intergrated form of bbPress, therefore it is not part of bbPress, but part of BuddyPress. Check on their forums.

    Unless you installed bbPress WordPress plugin or bbPress stand alone and intergrated that.

    If you installed the plugin, don’t hope for too much support on translation yet, if you installed the bbPress stand alone, then it should work, mine worked fine back when I was using those two.

    A custom theme can always be the problem too!


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    @ dudd, wildkyo

    You can throw the twentyten bbp plugin theme in your original theme folder (excluding files like functions.php, just add those to your existing one). Then make a page with a template (in wp-admin), one with the name Forum Index will show up and you have integrated the bbp theme with your normal theme. ^^

    This does kinda clutter up your theme folder, but it works for me. Don’t have time atm to wait for more flexible options. :)


    Willabee
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    @willabee

    @Rich Pedley – Yes. I think I lost the ability to login at 2814. /wp-admin redirects me to /login, which gives me an error saying the page cannot be found.

    Got the same problem, I have a maintenance plugin running and now I cannot enter my wp-admin, because it redirects to login. Gonna remove this redirect, hope this gets optional in the backend. ;)

    Edit: I rather think it was 2815.

    Edit 2: By editing bbp-includes/bbp-hooks.php and taking away line 257:260, you will have access to your wp-admin again. If not, totally remove the function in bbp-includes/bbp-general-functions.php 998:1040.


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    @ ricardouk

    Uhm, not that I don’t understand you, but you do need to understand that we as developers need to eat too, so I don’t mind that extra’s on a cms/platform are only optional for developers.

    And the greatest things in life just aren’t free.

    That said, I do believe the bbPress WordPress plugin will get an easy intergration eventually.


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    @ ricardouk

    Uhm, not that I don’t understand you, but you do need to understand that we as developers need to eat too, so I don’t mind that extra’s on a cms/platform are only optional for developers.

    And the greatest things in life just aren’t free.

    That said, I do believe the bbPress WordPress plugin will get an easy intergration eventually.


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    @ Cashman

    The bbpress plugin includes a standard theme which should work for most themes I suppose.

    But if you want a perfect theme that fits you’ll have to make a child theme of the wordpress template your using atm.

    @ Gautum

    Thanks, but these do not seem to work on the frontpage of the forum?

    Does the plugin already have some function like the is_single() function in WordPress? Would be handy for the project I’m working on atm. :)

    Use wordpress function query_posts().

    Then give it the parameters of author_name and post_type.

    @ Gautam/JJJ

    Any major updates planned soon? Want to launch a site with this plugin end of the month, so would like it if I can build in the latest and greatest. Keep it up. ^^

    @ alanchrishughes

    Both are wrong. BuddyPress already allows ways for adressing the entire site in multiple ways. And bbPress already has a profile (which is the basic wordpress user profile). This can be heavily extended with the help of some coding/plugins (other then buddypress).

    So again, there’s no real reason for them to “join” in any kind of way. But seeing as both of the plugins are from automattic, I see them intergrating them into each other in some sort of way. Just like akismet.

    Edit: BuddyPress also already has a built in forum.

    @alanchrishughes

    BuddyPress and bbPress are two different projects, therefore its up too the user to find/make a solution for them to work together. The small changes he’s referring too is probably stuff like letting the user links go to the buddypress profile, etc..

    @Gautam

    One can always try. ;)

    @ Gautam

    Saw that your demo forum already has categorie forums and forum children, is this possible with the trunk yet? And if so, how?

    Edit: Nevermind, found out the forum children part. But not the categorie part.

    Could’ve better waited for the bbPress plugin, but m’kay.

    Could’ve better waited for the bbPress plugin, but m’kay.

    In reply to: Wp and bbpress

    Plugin error with a buddypress plugin, try disabling all plugins and then launch bbpress again.

    Also try emptying your cookies and closing/opening your browser. ;)

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