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In reply to: Plugin: Post count titles for bbPress
Getting this error Sam:
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING, expecting T_OLD_FUNCTION or T_FUNCTION or T_VAR or ‘}’ in /home/wetworx/public_html/forums/my-plugins/post-count-titles.php on line 66
Any ideas?In reply to: Fading Heatmap
Whoops, I was thinking of a WordPress plugin. Maybe you could modify it for bbPress?
There is a plugin already that does this (has been for a couple of months now).In reply to: My dream theme.In reply to: Site using bbpress: purposegames.com
Any chance you could show us the code for your admin stuff?In reply to: Ghoulash.comIn reply to: Soon to come, the WP Gathering theme for bbPress..
I kinda like the theme, but don’t get the attitude, unless it is some ‘lost in the internet’ translation problem I am having.In reply to: Forums @ drum-corps.net
Everything looks good to me.
I gather you are going to try to monetize your site? Any luck with that?
Ahh, sorry for the misunderstanding, that suff is over my head.
There is a page number plugin available in the Extends section.In reply to: BOZO addition?
Variations of this:
Parse error: parse error, unexpected ‘<‘ in /home/wetworx/public_html/forums/profile-edit.php on line 117
Arggh, I think my webhost has to upgrade to php5, as I am getting errors in the
<a href="avatar-upload.php?id=<?php echo $user->ID; ?>">Upload Avatar</a>include.
Fel, want to shoot the code over to me, I would love to integrate it into my bbPress sites.
Jim Lynch came to the rescue, here is what is necessary:
This code gos into the front-page.php file:
foreach ($topics as $topic) : ?>
<tr<?php alt_class('forum'); ?>>
<td><a href="<?php topic_link(); ?>"><?php topic_title(); ?></a>
<td class="num"><div class="rating-holder"><?php bb_rating();?>
<span class="count"><?php bb_rating_count(); ?>
<?php endforeach; ?>
Also very important not to forget to include “my-plugins/bb-ratings.css” in your template header file. That should look something like this:
<link rel='stylesheet' href='http://YOUR_PATH_TO_BBPRESS/my-plugins/bb-ratings.css' type='text/css' />In reply to: like5.com
Very cool to see how bbPress can be changed.
THe post scrolls off the side and there is no scroll bar to see it all.
Thanks Fel64, I wrapped your code up into a table and it dragged the recalcitrant submit button into the proper position. <lol> How come it is the little things that eat away?
Trent, Another problem I am having (If these questions are getting to be annoying just let me know, I appreciate your time).
On my site http://www.wetworx.com/forums/ the search field is to the extreme left, while the submit button is is on the extreme right, and lower by about 100 pixels.
messing with the style.css doesn’t seem to have any effect (Kind of puzzling that one).
Any hints or pointers?
This is the code running on http://www.wetworx.com/forums/topic/28?replies=1
I edited the topic.php file and added:
Overall Post Rating:
How do you rate this post?
<td><?php bb_rating_dingus(); ?></td>
Hope that helps.
bbRatings needs you to edit system files to include the tag code into them. Once you add these tags, it will work. I also am struggling with bbRatings, and would love to get a snippet of code that made us of the bb_top_topics() function. Anyone?In reply to: Fix or remove bozo function before it kills bbPress
You can also alternatively get rid of it all together just by taking this line out of bb-settings.php:
require( BBPATH . BBINC . ‘bozo.php’);
require( BBPATH . BBINC . ‘akismet.php’);
YMMV.In reply to: Looking for help with bb-ratings