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I DID re-download/upload the file from the download link here, but I can see where that may have not helped. Thanks. On to try.
I only visited the forum URL which leads to install page. I couldn’t get further.
I just downloaded the latest version. Didn’t set any language or upload language folders (I read that was optional.)
I’m not sure how to compare on my server versus the one on my computer, which is default. Well I think I might know how, but I’m really tired right now, I’ll attempt that soon.
I don’t have secret keys. Did I miss that in the install instructions?
The whole error message is:
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING in /home/.ufo/elladesigner/new.pursedlips.net/forum/bb-includes/functions.php on line 2256
Thanks, I’ll look into it more when I’m able.
I get the same error with that code, too. Is it supposed to be that short? I’m a tad confused, sorry.
If you thought I said the whole file was blank, I did not mean that. The line is, and it’s after that code.
What’s different between the two codes?
Thanks for trying to help! Hope we can fix this.
It works now to style login.php in my template folder, NOT login-form.php, but I swear it didn’t work before. I had put the same code in both of those template files. Weird.
If when I put my WP log in form into bb-login.php and when that redirects to wp-login.php but shows a 404 (when the file is there), should I go to WordPress MU forums to ask for help?
OK It also happens when I put bb-login.php into the code instead of wp-login.php, but I’m sure it’s still a WP/MU thing.
Putting my WP login box on the sidebar of the main page of the forum works however, so what I really need is to be able to change the log in message at the bottom of those pages.
I can’t change the login styling by editing the template file, I have to change the bb-login.php.
I wanted to NEVER allow going to bb-login.php but instead have a login box where it now has a log in link.
Here is my solution!
I hadn’t read that before since the title didn’t seem to suggest it was my problem. I went through all those steps, too. I need to skip down to the good stuff. Heh heh.
I just wrote an add-on to my WP plugin, and it works with BBPress. It relates to the post author, just like the WP plugin related to a post or comment author. It even uses IDs which turned out to be the same in both my installs. I have two users and they did migrate.
Now why am I having the login problem?
Anyone have a workaround?In reply to: Where can I get Plugin API info?
Holy cow! I stand corrected. I didn’t need any of that. The BBPress guys were right.
I just tried changing every THE, like the_author, with post, like post_author. I just noticed it was called in the post template with post and not the. Holy cow I can’t believe I did that. So simple.
So as soon as I get my upcoming designs site up, I’ll have this and other plugins available for download.
Right now, if anyone wants an avatar plugin that works in WP, WPMU, and BBPress (but only if its integrated), reply! It’s actually a WP plugin but only when BBPress is integrated. I made it that way so it can require_once my main plugin, which is obviously for WP.
So if you want avatars in both, my plugin should be nice!
I’ve got to get to work on my site!
I don’t think my integration in general is working too well, because my avatar from my own avatar plugin is not displaying my user’s av. Of course this could be my plugin, and perhaps I need to work on an integration for THAT, too – ha ha.
But I’m really worried about my MU integration..
Looking closer I think it is the plugin in the sense that the post doesn’t bring up WP-type post code, but BBPress and the plugin doesn’t have that written. It’d have been nice for it to be more integrated on its own. I read others use their plugins on the forum pages. Sigh.