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  • peter-hamilton


    .hentry {

    Add this to your css or change the existing .hentry css.

    Should work.

    First thing when you have time is a tutorial on how to make a child theme, this is best for your needs.

    A child theme only has to be a folder with a CSS file and place/uploaad that folder between the other themes.

    Name the folder anything you like as a theme name.

    This is a css for a 2014 child theme.

    Theme Name: Twenty Fourteen Child
    Theme URI:
    Description: Twenty Fourteen Child Theme
    Author: John Doe
    Author URI:
    Template: twentyfourteen
    Version: 1.0.0
    Tags: light, dark, two-columns, right-sidebar, responsive-layout, accessibility-ready
    Text Domain: twenty-fourteen-child


    /* =Theme customization starts here
    ————————————————————– */




    Thanks Robin,

    I received this replay and all working perfectly!…

    Add this to your custom css box and it should sort the issues out:
    .bbpress .hentry { margin-left: 0px; }
    .bbp-login-form .bbp-username input, .bbp-login-form .bbp-email input, .bbp-login-form .bbp-password input { max-width: 210px; }
    .bbpress p.cptch_block { margin-left: 20px; }

    Robin W


    great – glad you’re fixed !



    OK, I’ve set up the registration process and completed a test sign up etc.

    My new ‘user’ can reply to a topic but NOT add an image (eg: link from photobucket), do I need to change anything in the settings (tried editing user to participant and contributor, but nothing changed) or do I need to add another plugin?

    Thank you!



    I added the bbPress attachments plugin, but does this store images on my domain?

    I’d rather users were able to paste their photobucket ‘img’ links – how do I get that to work though?



    Any ideas anyone?

    The users of this forum are likely to want to add pics and are used to using Photobucket etc. so if anyone can tell me why the pics don’t show when you place a IMG link – I would be very grateful!

    Thank you!

    If your users copy and paste the Photobucket ‘direct url’ to a topic or reply on a new line by itself the the link will be automatically added.

    If you want to use the IMG tag then <img src="" /> is what you need, note the IMG tag uses < and not [/]



    Got it – thank you, if I use the HTML link from photobucket – it works a treat. May take some training for those used to using the IMG tag, but I may make a ‘sticky’ explaining how to upload pics.

    Thanks for getting back to me, very much appreciated.

    Now to fill in the rest of the forum and hopefully play around with the style – more questions to follow no doubt!


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