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Okay… maybe I mispoke.
What can we add to one of the php files so that html tags like “img”, “em”, “strong”, etc will work?
I’m one of the many php/buddypress newbies who are still learning.
Has there been a plug-in developed to allow for this? Especially one that will work with 1.2?
hear-hear. Forum feeds would be awesome.
I love bp-events.. such a great feature.
I’m new to BuddyPress, but love it already, and would love to see bp-events evolve and gain features (like mapping event locations, etc.)…
However, I’m very much a noob in all things “‘Press” so far (hopefully that will change), so I’m wondering if in the case that Erwin stops developing the bp-events plugin… if there have been cases where other developers take over something like this.
Even better, would the events function eventually be rolled into the BuddyPress suite of plugins?
Great widget, Suzanne! Thanks for your work on this I’m loving the customization!
So… okay… it looks like the default is to just transform typed URLs into links, like so: http://www.buddypress.org
The “test link” I posted in my original post on this thread (above) worked using an html “a” tag, but I can’t seem to make html work in my forums.
Should I be looking for a specific plugin?
Are bbPress plugins usable on buddypress to interact with the forums?
Okay… I solved it… turns out it was something the Events Calendar plugin was doing that was causing the White Screen on any forum page.
I’ve posted my “White Screen” topic in a new thread, as it doesn’t fit here, as it looks like the tables have been created. Can’t seem to delete my above post.
Hi guys (and gals),
I too am using the one-click new installation option… it only asks me to create a bb-config.php file (and gives me what I should put in it), after which it says that “bbPress forum integration in BuddyPress has been set up correctly. ” … but nothing will load on any forum pages… all that shows is a white page. No header, no nothing.
By looking around in the files of the WPMU installation, I see all the bbpress files in the “wp-content/plugins/buddypress/bp-forums/bbpress” directory, including a “bb-config-sample.php” file, but no bb-config.php file.
The one-click installation page mentioned at the beginning of this post told me to put the bb-config.php file in the root directory of my WPMU install, but maybe I should put it in the same directory as “bb-config-sample.php”?
Thanks for any help… just installed BuddyPress today and love it!
Okay, I just checked my DB via cpanel, and the tables are there… but BuddyPress isn’t showing *anything* related to forums on my installation.
The forums on my site are here: http://www.greenparenting.ca/forums