Supporting member badge in BBpress 2, without subscriptions.
Does anyone have any idea how I can have members become “Supporting Members” and add a supporting member badge to a single user’s bbpress posts under their username? I dont want to run a full subscription plugin, just a badge to show members that are in an elite group of donating members?
You could create a new role called “Supporting Members” and give these members the same permissions as the bbPress role ‘Forum Participant’.
This would only change the text displayed under each username, it would not give them a badge or image displayed next to or under there avatar etc, for that you would need to write or download a plugin that supported this for bbPress (I cant think of any that do this at this stage).
Any way to attach an image to a role by any chance? I’d like to show a banner for Supporting Members rather than just text.
You could try something like this, but note I haven’t thoroughly tested it yet. http://pastebin.com/NC8JB4hV
And it didn’t work. Wouldn’t display text, or an image. Thank you for trying, but no luck.
Any other ideas?
Someone gave me this snippet:
But all that does is display the user’s role.
Really just need a way to upload an image under a specific member’s bbpress username and possibly the same at a section of their buddypress profile..
Maybe this will help..
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Negative. Won’t add anything to bbpress posts. Too complicated for the application, just need one badge to be added when and where I specify.
Please stop bumping this topic.
Nobody can help you.. Go to the WordPress support forums there is much more traffic.
Maybe somebody over there can help , else it’s just not possible and you have to pay somebody to do so.
Wow, you’re as helpful as a CNN blog comment, useless.
This is a bbpress function, so i’m asking here. WordPress forums would say to come here.
Go troll youtube or something.
Why don’t you just use the code from the snippet you have? Just replace the printf() that outputs the role name with an echo(‘<img src=..) to output your badge instead.
With all the time you spent bumping this topic and being a condescending prat; you could easily have learned the required single line of PHP.
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@ridecbrcom-1 – Not cool. Bully people in your own forums, not ours.
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