zofar143x (@zofar143x)

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  • zofar143x
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    Still haven’t found a solution either. I can’t imagine no one has run into this before, especially considering the number of people who use Bbpress and Buddypress together. Even if you use the standard setup it won’t look good as it will scale a 50px image to a 80px image.


    zofar143x
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    You can change the size of the avatar in bbpress in bp-reply-template.php on line 953. However, you will run into the same problem as I have. Even if you make it 150px it will still pull the thumb image which is 50px resulting in a fuzzy avatar. If you change the size of the thumb image to 150px your avatars in Buddypress will not look good. Solution? Make bbpress pull the BP_AVATAR_FULL instead of BP_AVATAR_THUMB. But how?


    zofar143x
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    Does anyone know how to do this?


    zofar143x
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    Click edit and add this: [bbp-forum-index]. See if it works. Having site wide forums enabled or disabled in buddypress should not make a difference.


    zofar143x
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    Could you be a little bit more specific other than “doesn’t look good”?


    zofar143x
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    In your style.css look for #content at line 181. There you’ll find the following property: “margin-bottom:-32747px;”. This is, probably, the cause of your problems.


    zofar143x
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    zofar143x
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    @zofar143x

    It looks to me that your theme is unable to find the BBpress templates. You could try copying the files from the BBpress (twenty ten) theme to your current theme folder. Than make a page called “forum” or whatever you want and put [bbp-forum-index] in it. This is for 2.0.2.

    Furthermore, what you could also try is activating the bbPress (Twenty Ten) theme and put “template: Arras Classical Gamer” in it’s style.css (or whatever it’s actually called). I don’t know if that’s the right way of doing it, probably not, but that’s how I got it to work with my theme.


    zofar143x
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    In your /common-css/reset.css file go to line 4 and change

    vertical-allign: baseline;

    to

    vertical-allign: top;

    Try and see if it works.


    zofar143x
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    I don’t think you fully understand what roles and capabilities are. Furthermore, did you try the plugin I suggested? It’s quite different from the “WordPress Access Control” plugin which doesn’t provide you with the ability to modify the capabilities different roles have. The documentation is indeed outdated since the way people register has changed in bbpress 2.x.. The same functionality that the user role map appears to have had (I never used bbpress before 2.x), can now be found under General > Settings > New user default role.

    In reply to: Full-Width Forum

    zofar143x
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    @zofar143x

    It can never be full width as long as you don’t remove that sidebar. You can use Widgetlogic in order to only make your widgets disappear on your forum.


    zofar143x
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    @zofar143x

    You should be able to make a new role and only add the bbpress capabilities to it. Try something like jason tadlocks “members” plugin if you want to use a plugin to do this.

    In reply to: Post alignment issue

    zofar143x
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    @zofar143x

    I had the same problem, just looked at your site with Firebug and the solution I came up with should work for you as well:

    https://bbpress.org/forums/topic/comment-alignment-is-messed-up

    You’ll find the .reply you have to edit at line 7 in your style.css of your frailespatique theme.


    zofar143x
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    I had to use the following code in order to get it to work:

    !(is_post_type_archive( ‘forum’ ) || is_singular( array( ‘forum’, ‘topic’, ‘reply’ ) ))

    I needed to use is_post_type_archive() in order to get the widget to disappear from the forum index because none of the following tags worked:

    !is_page() (tried with slug, id and title)

    !is_single() (tried with slug, id and title)

    !bbp_is_forum()

    !is_page_template( ‘page-front-forums.php’ )

    as well as a bunch of other stuff I forgot. Does anyone know if there is a simpler tag that I can use?


    zofar143x
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    @zofar143x

    I had to use the following code in order to get it to work:

    !(is_post_type_archive( ‘forum’ ) || is_singular( array( ‘forum’, ‘topic’, ‘reply’ ) ))

    I needed to use is_post_type_archive() in order to get the widget to disappear from the forum index because none of the following tags worked:

    !is_page() (tried with slug, id and title)

    !is_single() (tried with slug, id and title)

    !bbp_is_forum()

    !is_page_template( ‘page-front-forums.php’ )

    as well as a bunch of other stuff I forgot. Does anyone know if there is a simpler tag that I can use?


    zofar143x
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    @zofar143x

    !bbp_is_forum() doesn’t work for me, maybe there is another function that is being used right now. Does anyone know which one? I want the widget to disappear on every thing from bbpress except for the user profile.


    zofar143x
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    @zofar143x

    !bbp_is_forum() doesn’t work for me, maybe there is another function that is being used right now. Does anyone know which one? I want the widget to disappear on every thing from bbpress except for the user profile.


    zofar143x
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    Ok, so I managed to quite easily to integrate the /author/username archive into the /forum/users/username but that’s actually not what I want. Can someone tell me which code call the “forum topics created”, “Favorite Forum Topics” etc.? I can’t seem to find it.

    In reply to: Spam, and other issues

    zofar143x
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    [blockquote]Does registration go through normal WP reg process? I can’t find it from the forums, but the spam bots sure can![blockquote]

    I believe it does so adding something like reCAPTCHA to your reg form should reduce the spam you’re getting on your forum. Something like this: https://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/si-captcha-for-wordpress/ for instance.

    [blockquote]If not logged in, I can’t see any way to post to the forum, or any register links in the forum area. Is a setting for this (I have it set at defaults, only registered users can post, and anyone can register), or do I have to add theme support? (I’m using 2011.)[/blockquote]

    You can add a link to your template linking to the wp registration page (“url.com/wp-login.php?action=register” or something like that) or simply load the bbpress login widget and add the registration link to it.

    [blockquote]I forgot to mention another issue I’ve had – bbpress doesn’t get along with wp-super-cache – is there any easy way to get around that (disable the cache just for the forums tree for example)?[/blockquote]

    You can try Hypercache. I believe that plugin allows you to exclude pages you don’t want to cache so you can exclude your forum from being cached.


    zofar143x
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    For those who ever encounter the same problem, changing the following fixed it for me:

    from:

    .reply {

    float:right;

    }

    to

    .reply {

    float:none;

    }

    You can ignore my previous post about the “table-layout” because that was not the cause of the problem.

    PS: .reply contains a lot more properties other than float but I left those unchanged


    zofar143x
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    @zofar143x

    By changing the “table-layout” on line 20 from from “fixed” to “auto” I managed to get the left border aligned properly, as you can see here:

    http://tinypic.com/r/2z80vt2/5

    However, the avatar, the words “Author” and “Posts” of the first post have all moved to the right as well and the reply is still cut off.

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