I’ve been using WordPress for a long time but I’m new to bbpress. I’m trying to figure how to add sidebar to my forum so that users can login or check out the latest posts from the forum. Hence I’ve decided to create a page with -forum slug so It won’t overlap default -forums slug of bbpress. I added the shortcode [bbp-forum-index] to that page and edited. Everything was working fine until I clicked on any of the forums I created. It redirected me to a page with -forums slug and breadcrumbs was on the same direction, as if shortcode was just a decoy. Unfortunately, I wasn’t very successful at altering bbpress files as I wanted. My question is about those slugs. Is there any way to override bbpress’ own page system and force it to use the page I inserted the forum code.