ok it is showing what I would expect.
topics are shown only when you go into each forum which is standard bbpress behavior.
If you would like all the forums listed with titles, then create a WordPress page for your firums and put a list of forums in it as shortcode
[bbp-single-forum id=$forum_id] – Display a single forums topics. eg. [bbp-single-forum id=32]
so for instance out this on a page
thanks for coming up with a solution but this is not working for me. Because of two reasons, if I create a page for every forum (and subforum I am using), I don’t have real forum overview anymore.
The second reason is, I am using BuddyPress, where people can create facebook like groups. Those groups will get there own forum, which won’t appear on the site if I do it this way.
So it looks like I have to do some tweaks to the code that adds topic title to the output. Honestly it’s really weird that bbPress is behaving like this. I’ve never seen a forum that doesn’t show a titles on the front page.
unless I am not understanding you, every other forum I have seen does what bbpress does
Honestly what maybe more important to the user? To see who replied to an unkown topic 2 days and 10 hours before or the information what topic it actually is?
If you could explain further what you are expecting to see – maybe with a mock-up then I’ll take another look
@robin-w sorry for my late update have been pretty busy these days. I just want to appear the topic title above the last update on the forum page. Here an example:
ok, thanks, got it
my style pack lets you put then topic title in the last column
bbp style pack
once activated go to
dashboard>settings>bbp style pack>Freshness Display
Thank you sooooooo much for creating this plugin 🙂 Helped me improving much more 🙂
great – pleased your are fixed