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  • itsmeitsb


    WP 4.2.2
    BB 2.5.7

    Looking to find where I can just remove the “You Must Be Logged In” prompts all together. I’ve already got the login/register stuff added to my sidebar, I don’t need the prompts to direct people.

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    These are the specific things I’m speaking of. Can I just block them somehow in the css or is there somewhere I can simply delete the code to remove them all together?

    Thanks for your help.



    I removed my sidebar but I would like to keep the “favorite” option.

    Is there another place to put it?




    my latest post disappeared, maybe because of too many links.


    the default menu below the avatar shall be removed and appear in the sidebar on the right in a dropdown menu ( not only to make a consistent layout but also to prevent users to see the information also on other user profiles).

    did you create a custom widget?? it might be better if you did for this because then you could output all of the links to the user profile.



    since your other pages with the sidebar look fine and adjust well.

    only thing i can think is maybe you created a bbpress.php and removed some divs that were essential for the sidebar??

    since your theme is free i will download it and check it out.



    @robkk, thanks again for your support. my latest post disappeared, maybe because of too many links.

    regarding the new menu, i hope this image can explain it better:
    the default menu below the avatar shall be removed and appear in the sidebar on the right in a dropdown menu ( not only to make a consistent layout but also to prevent users to see the information also on other user profiles). Optimally it should be shown only when the user is logged in, but yet i’d be very happy to get it working no matter of the user’s login status.

    unfortunately i can’t provide a link at the moment, so i put the id’s at the image.

    parent menu items are “nachrichten” and “account”.
    in “account” the links for the user profiles shall be displayed as sub menus.

    the parent menu-code looks like this:
    <li id="menu-item-566" class="menu-item menu-item-type-post_type menu-item-object-page cur…ancestor menu-item-has-children menu-item-566 dcjq-parent-li">

    the sub menu show profile-code like this:
    <li id="menu-item-572" class="menu-item menu-item-type-post_type menu-item-object-page menu-item-572"></li>

    (for “edit profile” I already found a menu-link solution)
    [btw: default theme twenty twelve]



    thanks robkk!
    now the profile link is in the main and also in my sidebar menu.
    unfortunately i’d need to have it in the sidebar menu only. also i’d need a link to the single profile pages as I’d like to replace the default display of options below the avatar which I’d remove then.

    which amendments of that code would do that?


    Svend Rugaard

    I have this theme from ThemeFuse called GameZone, and every changes i have made since the original i usually have fix by my self somehow, but the other day i was tired of PHPBB and converted and move it over completly to BBPress, and it work as is should i got some of the css fix so its almost as ret of the page, the only problem is i found out even i use the themes own “widget” deattachtment for pages i need to be with out side bars Like Guides etc.

    Then the BBPress have put my finish touch on hold for the last 36 hrs and i am really irritated over it , because why should a thing i literally find 100 of topics about this problem. Reeally think it is weird there isnt being any solution implented as part of bbpress.

    Anyway my forum here is correct size in the “front-page”

    1. Frontpage :
    2. Sub-page :

    As yoy see the sub-page dont have full width even i have remove made a page.php and copy it over to my child theme and rename it to bbpress.php and remmove

    <?php get_sidebar();?>

    This is mention alot of places and everything there is sidebar related, but i can really not figure out what because no matter what i remove it either remove background completly or remove the sites build up. And i have made a Page for it and use the shortcode. – Still nothing – Hope someone can help. I actually change to bbpress because i though the hardest part would actually import everything from PHPBB

    here is my code as it is now

    global $is_tf_blog_page,$post;
    $id_post = $post->ID; 
    if(tfuse_options('blog_page') != 0 && $id_post == tfuse_options('blog_page')) $is_tf_blog_page = true;
    if ($is_tf_blog_page) die(); 
    <?php $sidebar_position = tfuse_sidebar_position(); ?>
    <?php tfuse_shortcode_content('before');?>
    <div class="main-row content-row">
        <div class="container">
            <?php if ($sidebar_position == 'left') : ?>
               <div class="middle-main sidebar-left">
            <?php endif;?>
            <?php if ($sidebar_position == 'right') : ?>
                <div class="middle-main content-cols2">
            <?php endif;?>
            <?php if ($sidebar_position == 'full') : ?>
                <div class="middle-main content-full">
            <?php endif; ?> 
                        <div id="primary" class="content-area">
                            <div class="inner">
                                <article class="post post-details">
                                    <?php if(!tfuse_page_options('hide_title')):?>
                                        <header class="entry-header">
                                            <h1 class="entry-title"><?php echo get_the_title();?></h1>
                                    <?php endif;?>
                                    <div class="entry-content">
                                        <?php  while ( have_posts() ) : the_post();?>
                                            <?php the_content(); ?>
                                        <?php break; endwhile; // end of the loop. ?>
                                <?php if ( comments_open() ) : ?>
                                    <?php tfuse_comments(); ?>
                                <?php endif;?>
                    <?php if (($sidebar_position == 'right') || ($sidebar_position == 'left')) : ?>
                        <div id="secondary" class="sidebar widget-area">
                            <div class="inner">
                    <?php endif; ?>
    <?php tfuse_shortcode_content('after'); ?>
    <?php get_footer();?>


    the forum is too narrow due to the sidebar (it won’t be a problem in wordpress), it’s even worse if a topic has a lot of pictures (the pictures looks very narrow), is there any method to remove the sidebar in the forum totally but still keep it in wordpress? also, it’s better that the change won’t affect the view from smartphone.

    please note i’m using the twenty-fifteen theme (I’ve created a child theme for it already).


    In reply to: Sidebar won't go away


    i see it on the right..i think.

    is it a userpro widget or does it do this automatically??

    if its just a userpro widget , and you want to remove the sidebar from all bbPress forum areas create a bbpress.php from page.php or single.php and remove all the content you dont need especially the get_sidebar php code.

    heres some help on creating a bbpress.php

    if userpro does it automatically contact the plugin author.

    if you need any help creating a bbpress.php file and removing the unnecessary code you wouldnt need , reply back and possibly paste your page.php file first.



    Been busy and had little time to work on my new theme, here are a few updaes.

    Removed the navigation on the right and re-sized the members header. members profile

    Made a sidebar that holds three seperate sidebars, this allowed more info on relatively less space, tabbed for easy navigation between forums/articles/groups widgets.
    And here you can see he new sidebar on my new members page, all new members get an identicon if they do not upload an avatar. members page


    In reply to: Oh Brother…


    ok so copy page.php and rename the copied version to bbpress.php and make sure its at the root of your theme with the page.php file and single.php file and see if it works.

    you can test it out by removing the <?php get_sidebar(); ?> code and see if the sidebar is removed only on bbpress pages and posts.



    Hello guys,

    Each page shows the author by line above title and ‘0 comments’ at bottom of page. I think this is because I copied my default page from main theme only because I was able to set custom layout to full page which gets rid of my sidebar on forum/topics/post pages.

    Could anyone help? Default css codes to remove those both and bbpress.php file changes does not remove those guys. Do I need to create new .php files on my child theme?

    Appreciate any help


    I have a child theme setup using the Child Theme Configurator plugin. I have the following in the child theme folder; style.css, function.php and bbpress.php (renamed from page.php).

    I am using the WP-Englightened theme.

    I copied the page.php to the child root and renamed it to bbpress.php. There doesn’t seem to be anything in that file to remove for the sidebar.

    <?php get_template_part( 'content', 'before' ); ?>
    	if (have_posts()) : while (have_posts()) : the_post(); 
    	global $do_not_duplicate;
    	$do_not_duplicate[] = $post->ID;
    						<div <?php post_class('singlepage clearfix'); ?> id="single-page-<?php the_ID(); ?>">
    							<div class="entry">
    								<h1 class="page-title"><?php the_title(); ?></h1>
    								<?php if ( get_post_meta( $post->ID, 'video_embed', true ) ) {
    									$video_embed = get_post_meta( $post->ID, 'video_embed', true );
    									echo '<div class="post-feature-video single">';
    									echo '<div class="single-video">';
    									echo $video_embed;
    									echo '</div>';
    									echo '</div>';
     								} ?>
    								<?php the_content(); ?>
    								<div style="clear:both;"></div>
    								<?php wp_link_pages(); ?>
    <?php endwhile; endif; ?>
    <?php get_template_part( 'content', 'after' ); ?>

    I tried putting this in the style.css file based on a thread here.

    .site-header {
    	max-width: 100%;
    .bbpress-forums .col-2cl .main {
    	background: none repeat-y right 0;
    	padding-right: 0;
    .site-content .entry-header,
    .site-content .entry-content,
    .site-content .entry-summary,
    .site-content .entry-meta, 
    .page-content {
    	max-width: 100%;
    .form-allowed-tags {
    	display: none;
    div.bbp-topic-tags {
    	font-size: inherit !important;
    #bbpress-forums ul.bbp-lead-topic, 
    #bbpress-forums ul.bbp-topics, 
    #bbpress-forums ul.bbp-forums, 
    #bbpress-forums ul.bbp-replies, 
    #bbpress-forums ul.bbp-search-results {
    	font-size: inherit !important;
    #bbpress-forums {
    	font-size: inherit !important;
    .bbpress .hentry {
    	margin: 0 auto 48px;
    	max-width: 100%;
    @media screen and (min-width: 1008px) {
    	.bbpress .site-content {
    		margin-right: 0;
    		margin-left: 182px;
    @media screen and (min-width: 1080px) {
    	.bbpress .site-content {
    		margin-left: 222px;
    @media screen and (min-width: 1218px) {
    	.bbpress .site-content .entry-content {
    		margin-right: 0;
    @media screen and (min-width: 673px) {
    	.bbpress .site-content {
    		margin-right: 0;

    If I create a page and use the short code for bbpress and tell it in the page options to do full width it works fine for the main page but not for the rest of them.




    remove the !important from

    @media screen and (min-width: 1008px) {
     .bbpress .site-content {
    	margin-right: 0 !important;
    	margin-left: 182px !important;

    there should be some space to the right, I will try to figure out that too, but tell me if removing the !important fixes the forums hiding under the left sidebar.




    I added the Private Group plugin. And I removed the sidebar so I wouldn’t have a list of recent topics or recent replies. That leaves only the forum search box to consider.

    I’ve got one private forum–visibility for the forum is set to private (and I did not check visibility on the Private Group settings page), I have a forum group checked on the forum page, and in Exchange Membership I restricted the content to forum members only.

    However, through the search box on the public forum page, I can still search for words from a test topic in the private forum, and the topic and reply-to forum comments show in the search results. I can get this result while not being logged in to the site.

    my site: The Editor’s Blog Members

    link to the public forum page: Editor’s Blog Member Forum

    If you type Sally in the search box in this public forum, it returns a topic and reply from the private Pro Editors forum. I was expecting to see a no topics found message. The Exchange Membership plugin did insert a message about the page being restricted, but those who aren’t members of the private forum can still see the titles of topics and replies, the topic itself, and the name and Gravatar of the topic author and the person who replied.

    I tried this in multiple browsers, with me not logged on. And I deleted browsing histories and cookies.

    I’m obviously missing something. What else can I do to hide private forum topics and replies from search results?

    Thanks for your help.



    Thanks, removing @media screen and (min-width: 1008px) and adding !important seems to have worked. The forum now resizes to fit the page if you go to a smaller screen size. I appreciate the help from both @robin-w and @robkk. I didn’t expect support like this, I really am grateful. Thanks again!


    1) Copy page.php and rename bbpress.php. Remove <?php get_sidebar( 'content' ); ?> as I want to extend beyond the content sidebar.

    2) Add CSS:

    #bbpress-forums {
    	font-size: inherit !important;
    	width: 100% !important;
    .bbpress .site-content {
    	margin-right: 0 !important;
    	margin-left: 182px !important;


    Thanks for the update. I have a file called full-width.php in wp-content/themes/twentyfourteen/page-templates. And I apologize, I don’t think I was clear in my original post. I want the forum to extend the width of the page beyond the content sidebar on the right side of the page. I do want the left sidebar to remain.

    I modified the copy of bbpress.php taken from page.php, and I removed

    <?php get_sidebar( 'content' ); ?>

    I was already hiding the content sidebar on forum pages, so the result there is the same. The forum is cut short where the content sidebar on the left normally appears.

    I tested the full width page template on one of my pages to make sure it extends beyond the content sidebar on the right, and it does. I am hoping to get the forum to do the same. Thanks again,


    Robin W

    my twentyfourteen theme doesn’t have a full-width.php.

    Suggest you make a copy of page.php – rename it bbpress.php

    then remove


    near the end

    and save it and let us know if that works


    In reply to: Remove Sidebar

    Mael Shanti

    Hi ! I didn’t really managed to remove sidebar nicely… :/
    So I created a new support topic :
    Thanks for helping !


    In reply to: change forum sidebar


    I just wanted to take this opportunity to thank you ROBIN W for suggesting the plugin “widget logic”. I too am having the same sidebar problem as described above, and the Tweaks Plugin simply didn’t work for me. I even tried creating a forum.php in my theme-child, and was able to remove the sidebar by removing the call to the sidebar, but when I made a call to a specific sidebar, it simply wouldn’t work: it always reverted back to the main theme sidebar no matter what I tried.

    “widget logic” solved this issue. In the Main Sidebar, I can now add a LOGIC code, such as the ones you posted, and now the widgets either display or don’t dislay on the bbpress forum pages. Case closed!

    So, thanks again!



    Hello all,

    I no longer need a forum on my site so I’m trying to remove bbPress to streamline things. When I go to deactivate bbPress, pretty much everything is fine except for one thing – when I view a single post or single page, the sidebar is gone.

    This doesn’t happen on the homepage.

    Any advice would be great.


    In reply to: Topic page width

    Stephen Edgar

    Check out some of the docs, there’s a link at the top of this page.

    If you don’t want particular widgets in a sidebar remove those widgets, this is not a bbPress issue so we have nothing to fix here.

    If you don’t want a sidebar, use a template from your theme that doesn’t include a sidebar.


    In reply to: Disable sidebar


    copy page.php and rename it bbpress.php and remove any call for any sidebars


    Jimi Wikman

    Ok, I’ll make a brief post regarding the documentation section and navigation in general so we can start discussing those areas.

    The documentations section have a few issues and I think the main issue is that it does not have a uniform navigation. By that I mean that depending on where I end up in the codex, I get different sidebars with different content. This confuses the hell out of me, especially since the very anonymous breadcrumb always refer back to the codex home and do not show me where I am in the hierarchy of things.

    To make this easier there should be one sidebar for all areas of the codex along with a search function.

    The related links is confusing as well as they do not seem to have any connection to the topic or page I am at. Instead they seem to be a bunch of topics in the codex in general or perhaps from a specific section/category? Either way if I want to learn more about bbp_forum_post_count I don’t think it’s very likely that a topic about bbp_breadcrumb will improve my experience. These should be removed from the sidebar and added in context with the content and as part of the sidebar navigation hierarchy.

    One other thing I find strange is that neither of these pages have discussions, either in the form of comments or to a dedicated thread on the forum. By not having that it’s more difficult for the users to express if the information is confusing and lacking in some way. Essentially the content becomes dead and will most likely see very little in the form of improvement.

    When it comes to navigation in general I still find it strange that there are no breadcrumbs below the main navigation. A lot of people will end up on different pages when they enter the website and regardless of where you end up you should always know the context the page you are visiting in relation to the overall navigation, especially on a website with so much content that is spread out in different sections.

    I also think that the main navigation look vague and while I appreciate the little bee image it does not help with the visibility of the navigation. I first thought something was wrong with my screen since I noticed the figures that looks superimposed until i realized it’s just a background image. I would say keep the bee, but remove the white traces and the background image, then make the fonts larger for the navigation.

    The navigation itself seem to not be in order with what I would suspect people are looking for. I might be wrong, but I doubt people come here looking for the blog before support or that downloads are the least sought feature? It would make more sense to have support right after “about” and depending on how you want downloads to be handled it would either be the most important item so it would be added last with the CTA or as the second navigation after about.

    ..and i’ll just end with a question regarding the about page: do you really feel that the categories in the sidebar is a good representation on what you have written in this section? It looks a bit strange that you have items such as “i18n” in the category of the about us and then you have added an inline content box with the actual content of the about section. I would love to hear the meeting where that was decided and the discussions on how that would make it easier for the visitor to find relevant information about BBPress 😉


    In reply to: Full Width Forum Help


    you should be remove *template Name : ….*
    its not a page template, should be have some code like this in start file :

     * The template for displaying bbPress content.
     * @package WordPress
     * @subpackage BuddyBoss
     * @since BuddyBoss 3.0
    get_header(); ?>
    	<!-- if widgets are loaded in the Forums sidebar, display it -->	
    	<?php if ( is_active_sidebar('forums') ) : ?>		
    		<div class="page-right-sidebar">
    	<!-- if not, hide the sidebar -->
    	<?php else: ?>
    		<div class="page-full-width">
    	<?php endif; ?>
    			<!-- bbPress template content -->
    			<div id="primary" class="site-content">
    				<div id="content" role="main">
    					<?php while ( have_posts() ) : the_post(); ?>
    						<?php get_template_part( 'content', 'page' ); ?>
    						<?php comments_template( '', true ); ?>
    					<?php endwhile; // end of the loop. ?>
    				</div><!-- #content -->
    			</div><!-- #primary -->
    			<?php get_sidebar('bbpress'); ?>
    		</div><!-- closing div -->
    <?php get_footer(); ?>
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