Some BuddyPress features break when I use BuddyPress Nuovo templates?

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 (bbPress Toolbox -> BBCodes, find the Italic and disable it).
  • You can limit BBCodes to the bbPress content only (bbPress Toolbox -> Features -> BBCodes -> Main BBCodes Settings ->
    bbPress Only). If you do this, BBCodes will work only with bbPress topics, replies, and forums.

The second option is enabled by default, but check it out if maybe it was disabled at some point before.

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Does the plugin works with BuddyBoss Platform?

We do not support BuddyBoss Platform integration for any of our bbPress-related plugins.

Dev4Press plugins for bbPress right now all require bbPress 2.6.2 or newer version, and old 2.5 versions of bbPress are no longer supported! BuddyBoss uses very outdated bbPress 2.5.12 (from 2017), which means that Dev4Press plugins for bbPress will not allow activation with bbPress 2.5.x (and because of the old version, it will not be active with BuddyBoss also). On top of that, BuddyBoss has made significant changes to the bbPress they are using, so a lot of stuff is not compatible anymore with the standalone bbPress plugin. Also, BuddyBoss uses BuddyPress 4.3, released in 2019 (the current standalone BuddyPress is 11.1.0 in May 2023), and again, their version of BuddyPress is significantly changed from the standalone BuddyPress, making the compatibility a huge issue.

Even if the BuddyBoss gets updated to bbPress 2.6 or newer, we have no plans of supporting BuddyBoss with our plugins due to the changes they made to bbPress, making proper support impossible.

This FAQ will be updated when something with bbPress or BuddyBoss changes.

TLDR: Dev4Press plugins for bbPress can’t be used with the BuddyBoss platform.

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Why plugin’s JavaScript files are not loaded?

All Dev4Press plugins and addons require jQuery. But, they will work only if the jQuery is loaded with the WordPress proper Enqueue method. If you are replacing jQuery that comes with WordPress with some other version loaded from other location, my plugins will not function properly, and that goes the same for most of the other WordPress plugins that depend on the proper way for loading jQuery.

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How can I show (or hide) forum statistics information?

The plugin can add quick statistics overview information to the forum’s main index page. This contains various information: online users and different counts, and it can contain more things through editing of the template. You can enable or disable this block (or select user roles that can see it) by using options in the bbPress Toolbox -> Features -> Forums Index -> Forums statistics overview.

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Where can I see all attachment files?

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.

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Does plugin works with WordPress MultiSite installations?

Yes. Each site in the network can activate and use the plugin.

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Can I translate plugin to my language?

Yes. POT file is provided as a base for translation in the root folder for each plugin. Translation files should go into languages directory, and WordPress must be set to your language to load the file. As an alternative, translation file can go into wp-content/languages/plugins directory.

The file name for translated and compiled MO file must be the same as POT file with the addition of language code: {plugin-name}-{language-code}.mo.

You can check out this for translating plugins using POEdit program:
support.dev4press.com/kb/article/translating-plugins-or-themes-using-poedit

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