Category: Common Issues
The problem is caused by the Italic BBCode due to the conflict with the Underscore templates system BuddyPress uses. There are two ways to solve this:
- You can disable Italic BBCode (Forums -> Tools -> BBCodes -> Disable BBCodes) or,
- You can limit BBCodes to the bbPress content only (Forums -> Tools -> BBCodes -> bbPress Only). If you do this, BBCodes will work only with bbPress topics, replies and forums.
Plugin is adding own styling for the features it adds, but there is no way to make styles completely immune to other stylesheets or styles added by other plugins or theme. Many themes are adding styles that are very aggressive and they can be made to have higher priority in styling certain elements. In that case, a theme can cause issues with the plugin features styling.
The only solution is to identify the styles that are causing problems and add new styles to fix that. This has to be done for every theme that causes problems.
TinyMCE is part of WordPress and it comes with own styles. GD bbPress Toolbox Pro loads an additional stylesheet for TinyMCE to solve common issues when TinyMCE is used on front end. But, depending on your theme that might not be enough. Some themes are adding very aggressive styling that targets elements in TinyMCE too (usually buttons), and these theme styles are causing problems.
The only solution is to find what styles theme is adding to cause the problems, and add extra styles to fix that, but that has to be done for every theme individually. Most themes are using proper styling that is not causing problems.
All files attached in the forum are saved into WordPress Media Library. But, if you want to see only attachments, you can’t do that directly, since Library show all files saved. Toolbox plugin has own panel called ‘Attachments’ where you can see only files uploaded as attachments. You have there: thumbnail preview, name of upload, topic and forum where the file is attached and date and time. This grid shows all files. You can delete or unattach files. If file is unattached, it will be removed from topic/reply it was uploaded to, but it will be still in the media library for some later use.
The blank page is the same as getting the 500 Internal Server Error. This always points to errors that must be logged on your server.
You need to check your server error log to find the error: Getting PHP errors from the server.
This is a common server related issue and it means that your server is not giving enough memory for executing PHP script. This can be solved by increasing PHP Memory limit.
In some cases, server doesn’t allow setting memory limit over a preset hard limit, and such limitation can cause problems with some plugins that need more memory for some operations. In that case, you must contact your hosting provider for expanding the limit, or change host.