How to remove "Change Topic"?
Only moderators and keymasters would see that you it should not be an issue in the majority of use cases.
If you still want to though create a child theme if you don’t have one already and modify the bbPress template
I created a test account and created a topic, he can move the topic too :/
What WordPress role does the user have?
What bbPress role does the user have?
i have participant (bbpress)
and subscriber (wordpress)
It might be a cache issue, can you try another browser or flush your browser cache as I can’t reproduce the issue locally on my test site.
but is it possible to disable topic moving for everybody by removing the list?
Because I even want to prevent Buddypress group forums admins to move the topic.
Thank you very much! 🙂
There is two parts to this:
1. The ‘moderator’ role cannot be currently set to only disable moving topics to another forum currently, to change this though a couple of tweaks to the
form-topic.phptemplate would achieve this end result.
2. There is also a bug where moderators can move a topic to a group forum that they are not a member of that we are looking into in #2639
Thanks, I found out how to remove it now!!!
Thank you very much!!! 🙂
@netweb I tried but I cannot remove it, can you tell me which piece of code do I need to remove? Thanks 🙂
I tried but I cannot remove it, can you tell me which piece of code do I need to remove? Thanks
I tried to remove the code, but I cannot figure out which piece of code I should remove :S
You want to change line #109 in
<?php if ( !bbp_is_single_forum() ) : ?>
<?php if ( ! ( bbp_is_single_forum() || bbp_is_topic_edit() ) ) : ?>
it worked, the topic change is gone.
However, when I try to edit a topic, the topic didn’t change and it says:
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