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Maybe I will add this plugin to the repository but I don’t want to flood the plugin area with all my works. I think that I will load this plugin in my sites too. A registration form _must_ be simple.
Check the tables of your database. Maybe the bbPress tables are in latin1.
Open up phpmyadmin and make sure that the collation of tables is
Do you want to modify a WordPress page or a bbPress one? Yes that is the function but keep in mind that if you are working outsite bbPress you need to load bbPress.
I have written a little plugin for you. It filters away the useless form fields from the registration page. Only email and username fields remains. Grab it here: zaerl Simple Registration. Isn’t it funny?
Check the tables of your database. Maybe the bbPress tables are in latin1. On the file
bb-config.phptell me what is written at this line:
/** Database Charset to use in creating database tables. */
define( 'BBDB_CHARSET', 'utf8' );
it must be utf8.In reply to: Compatibility ….
bbPM works in 1.0.2
bavatar works in 1.0.2
bbSignatures works in 1.0.2
Sent. The plugin is 90% finished. I’ve added a new feature that Xevo asked for and after some testing I will release it. Basically speaking is a list of users that are not affected by hide/lock rules like super users/roles but made in a per topic/forum base.In reply to: How do I get the post form on every page of a topic?
I use Ajaxed Quote which work without this hack.
If someone else what to partecipate to this closed beta just write here.In reply to: 3 Issues: Page Title, Permalinks, Page Not Found
2. Permalinks Problem:In reply to: How long does it take for a plugin to be approved?
A sandbox is a local test platform that is private and have no external access. For example I use xampp for testing.
if ( $topics = get_latest_topics('exclude=8,7', $page) )
but I’m not sure that this will function.
So you must manually change the loop the you will find in the template file
front-page.php.In reply to: How do I add a topic author to the front page list?
You have to manually modify the template file
All the variations, as far as I know, can be extrapolated from rss.php line 5 -> 57. There are very interesting RSS.In reply to: No formatting bar for users?
bbPress isn’t shipped with a toolbar but just a textarea but there are some plugins that add what you want. You can try mine or others.
So I give up. I cannot help you more without direct access to your files/databases.
in your bb-config.php:
define(‘BB_AUTH_KEY’, ‘same as wordpress’);
define(‘BB_SECURE_AUTH_KEY’, ‘same as wordpress’);
define(‘BB_LOGGED_IN_KEY’, ‘same as wordpress’);
define(‘BB_NONCE_KEY’, ‘same as wordpress’);
Is it even supposed to show the WordPress users inside bbPress?
Yes it is.
I tell you what I have done. I have bbPress and WordPress on the same database and both have table prefixes. The blog is on my-domain.com/blog. The BBS is in my-domain.com/forum
1) the role map is key master, administrator, member, member, member.
2) WordPress URL is my-domain.com/blog, WordPress Blog is my-domain.com/blog.
3) Cookie salt “auth” valid, no Cookie salt “secure auth”, Cookie salt “logged in” valid.
4) AUTH_KEY <=> BB_AUTH_KEY and others set on (bb-config/wp-config).php and the NONCE_KEY <=> BB_NONCE_KEY
5) Table prefix set to the WordPress table prefix. Usually wp_
6) No advanced settings
1) bbPress URL = my-domain.com/forum/. Your plugin URL = nothing. WordPress type = WordPress.
2) Manual Cookie Settings tells me define( ‘COOKIEPATH’, ‘/’ ); which is defined in both config files (on top of those)
define( 'COOKIEPATH', '/' );
$table_prefix = 'my_wordpress_table_prefix_';
if ( !defined('ABSPATH') )
define('ABSPATH', dirname(__FILE__) . '/');
require_once(ABSPATH . 'wp-settings.php'); ?>
define( 'COOKIEPATH', '/' );
define('BBDB_NAME', 'same as wordpress');
define('BBDB_USER', 'same as wordpress');
define('BBDB_PASSWORD', 'same as wordpress');
define('BBDB_HOST', 'same as wordpress');
define('BB_AUTH_KEY', 'same as wordpress');
define('BB_SECURE_AUTH_KEY', 'same as wordpress');
define('BB_LOGGED_IN_KEY', 'same as wordpress');
define('BB_NONCE_KEY', 'same as wordpress');
$table_prefix = 'my_bbpress_table_prefix_';
I accept your opinion but at least in one case I discovered that the only way to achieve that result is to chmod 777 during the installation/integration/whatever and then switching back to 755 (on a very crap host). So I said what I said cause I tought that it can be a good hint. Apparently it is not (and it seems that my words are even funny) and it’s ok. Maybe it was a combination of factors and the 777 was completely useless.
I’m not a bbPress expert cause I have started to use this software a couple of weeks ago. I’m just trying to learn, help those who encountered my same problems and sharing my code.