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Using bbPress Forums with BuddyPress Group Forums

Published on August 21st, 2012 by Stephen Edgar

Using bbPress Forums with BuddyPress Group Forums It is possible and quite powerful to use both bbPress sitewide forums as well as BuddyPress Group Forums. A few caveats apply in order to ensure an easy setup: After installing and activating bbPress, please go to your admin dashboard under “Pages/All Pages” and find any page using […]

Reset Forums

Published on July 3rd, 2012 by Stephen Edgar

This process cannot be undone. This will revert your forums back to a brand new installation. This process cannot be undone. Backup your database before proceeding. The following data will be removed: All Forums All Topics All Replies All Topic Tags Related Meta Data Forum Settings Forum Activity Forum User Roles Importer Helper Data

Import Forums

Published on July 3rd, 2012 by Stephen Edgar

Supported Platforms Advanced Electron Forum v1.x (beta testing for bbPress 2.5 see #2384) bbPress v1.1/v1.2 (This also includes BuddyPress Group Forums) Drupal v7.x (beta testing for bbPress 2.5 see #2375) FluxBB v1.5.x (beta testing for bbPress 2.5 see #2383) Invision Mingle MyBB v1.6.x (beta testing for bbPress 2.5 see #2378) Phorum v5.2.19 (beta testing for […]

Repair Forums

Published on July 3rd, 2012 by Stephen Edgar

bbPress keeps track of relationships between forums, topics, replies, and topic tags, and users. Occasionally these relationships become out of sync, most often after an import or migration. The ‘Repair Forums’ tools are located in your WordPress Dashboard -> ‘Tools’ -> ‘Forums’ -> ‘Repair Forums’ (/wp-admin/tools.php?page=bbp-repair) These tools create substantial database overhead so only run […]

Tools

Published on July 3rd, 2012 by Stephen Edgar

In the¬†Tools > Forums section in the WordPress backend, it should display tabs for each of the three different tools to repair, remove your forums, or to import forum data from some other forum software. Repair Forums The Repair Forums tab includes tools that can repair relationships of different objects in bbPress and resolve some […]

bbp_get_forum_last_active_id

Published on June 26th, 2012 by JarretC

Description The ‘bbp_get_forum_last_active_id’ function returns the ID of the most recent reply within a forum How to use it $forum_id (optional) – Returns the ID of the most recent reply within the specified forum Used in bbp_forum_last_active_id() Sample code example Returns the ID of the most recent reply within a forum Returns the ID of […]

bbp_forum_last_active_id

Published on June 26th, 2012 by JarretC

Description The ‘bbp_forum_last_active_id’ function displays the ID of the most recently active forum How to use it $forum_id (optional) – Displays the ID of the most recently active forum Uses bbp_get_forum_last_active_id() Sample code example Displays the ID of the most recently active forum Displays the ID of the most recent reply within the specified forum

bbp_theme_after_topic_author

Published on June 26th, 2012 by JarretC

Description The ‘bbp_theme_after_topic_author’ action is used to display content after the author’s avatar and name in a forum How to use it Since this is an action, we can use add_action to hook into it. Sample code example Note: Always remember to prefix your functions to avoid conflicts!

bbp_author_link

Published on June 26th, 2012 by JarretC

Description The ‘bbp_author_link’ function is used to display the most recently active author’s avatar and username linked to their profile How to use it $args (optional) – Accepts an array of arguments to configure display ( post_id, link_title, type, size ) Uses bbp_get_author_link() Sample code example Displays the linked avatar and username for the most […]

bbp_theme_before_topic_author

Published on June 26th, 2012 by JarretC

Description The ‘bbp_theme_before_topic_author’ action is used to display content before the author’s avatar and name in a forum How to use it Since this is an action, we can use add_action to hook into it. Sample code example Note: Always remember to prefix your functions to avoid conflicts!

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