It would be possible with some coding, but you’d need to run a further loop.
I suspect that the index would soon become too large.
Thanks a lot for your response 🙂
I have seen in “Step by step guide to setting up a bbPress forum – Part 1”
Step by step guide to setting up a bbPress forum – Part 1
The way I want my forum looks like. Is this screenshot from previous versions and now there isn’t an easy way to do this ? I just want the topics (better last 4 topics of each forum) under the name of the forum wich they belong. The only solution is hardcoding? I don’t know where to start. Which file should I edit to change the forum structure? :S
Thanks a lot for all.
I am sure there is a way –
I’m sure too blankstage, cuz in the step by step guide the image shows what I’m trying to do.
The image in the set by step guide is of several forums categories, with sub forums under them.
If you just want say the last 4 topics, I have a think, maybe easy, maybe not !
Hahaha It’s better easy, but the hard doesn’t scares me! Yeah it would be great to know your idea, because I’m completely lost.
You’re right about forum categories, I didn’t realise.
I’ve tried with a code from this site who shows the last topics of all forums in a different table, but not the last (4?,5?,6?… variable who control the number ) topics in the same table. And not each topic under his Forum. 🙂
If you only have a few forums you could design a page with each forum title and below each forum title use the following shortcode
My Forums Page
My First Forum
My Second Forum
My Third Forum
Thank you again Stephen, It’s a solution but I’m sure I’ll have many forums. 🙂
I can’t see the forum id on my bbpress? How to know my forum id number? Thanks
go into dashboard>forums>all forums and then edit for the forum you want. Now go look at the url address bar at the top of your browser and it will look like
so 2922 would be the forum number
great – glad you’re fixed !