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Integrating forum profile with author profile


  • zofar143x
    Member

    @zofar143x

    When you click on someones profile in the forums you’ll be taken to the forum/users/username which shows what you’ve entered in the about section as well as your forum activities. However, when someone clicks on the when when viewing a (blog) post that the same user has written you’ll be taken to the /author/username page showing which articles that user has written.

    What I would like to do is to integrate the /forum/users/username page with the /author/username page so that every user has only one uniform profile page. Would this be possible? Are there any shortcodes to display “forum topics created” etc. so I can try modify the /author/username page?

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  • zofar143x
    Member

    @zofar143x

    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.


    kevinvaughn
    Member

    @kevinvaughn

    I’m interested in the same information… I was sondering if there is a shortcode for this.


    spiderfather
    Member

    @spiderfather

    got!thanks

    in your bbpress theme file bbpress/content-single-user.php is what calls all the different sections of your forum profile, so you should be able to find the calls in there.

    Incase you are having trouble locating it

    <?php do_action( 'bbp_template_notices' );

    // Profile details
    bbp_get_template_part( 'bbpress/user', 'details' );

    // Subscriptions
    bbp_get_template_part( 'bbpress/user', 'subscriptions' );

    // Favorite topics
    bbp_get_template_part( 'bbpress/user', 'favorites' );

    // Topics created
    bbp_get_template_part( 'bbpress/user', 'topics-created' );

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