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This is NOT an ordinary integration question regarding bbPress and WordPress (5 posts)

  1. jeromyboyd
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I'm going to make this rather short and simple, simply because I fear that people will notice 'bbpress', 'wordpress', and 'integration' in the title of this post and ignore it, thinking it to be another issue about making bbPress look like WordPress with the theme. As well, I've searched both the forums here, at bbPress, made use of Google, and exhausted other resources to simply have come up with nothing close to what I am wanting. So much for keeping it simple, short and to the point, eh?

    Are there resources out there that might be able to help me with accomplishing a full integration of WordPress and bbPress? I can imagine it now.... someone using a macro to respond with 'make your bbPress theme match your WordPress theme'. Let me try again, further explaining what I am wantring to do. A full, that is complete, integration of my bbPress forum with my WordPress blog, both front-end and back-end.

    I have set up a XAMPP server on my laptop to begin development and experimentation with this, but I am hardly a developer, just some guy that is slowly sifting his way through piles of php and mysql, and I am needing a few nudges in the right direction by those who would make me look like a child in front of a keyboard if we were to have a conversation over lunch about lamp, wp, and bb!

    I need information on both the core function of wordpress (which I know to be found heavily documented in the codex, so forget I really mentioned that), the altering of a wordpress back-end (that is the administration panel), and so on.... I am tired of typing right now, and already know this post might be somewhat confusing, so I will leave you with this for the time being, hoping there is that geek that might be able to strike me upside the temple with his amazing linkages.

  2. whooami
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    hoping there is that geek that might be able to strike me upside the temple with his ...

    wow. female geeks need not apply then.

  3. moshu
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    integration of my bbPress forum with my WordPress blog, both front-end and back-end

    If you meant to have only ONE single admin panel for both (backend) - I've never heard of anything like that.

    As for the frontend: besides the look what else is there to "integrate"?

  4. jeromyboyd
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Bah, so sorry whooami, guess I wasn't paying attention in my flurry of typing, you can knock me upside the head for the fun of it...

    hoping there is that geek that might be able to strike me upside the temple with their ...

    On that note moshu, that is something I desire very much to see, and with boldness might I say I am going to play around with it. But I would be a fool to simply say, 'hey, look at what I'm doing', when God and I both know I couldn't call time using php without using google.

  5. jeromyboyd
    Member
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I suppose I should add, as it seems this post just became an open-ended conversation instead of a discussion that might be found worthy of an answer, has anyone either heard of something closely related to this I might be able to find more information about, or where might I get my feet wet in the subject matter? I ask that you ignore my previous comment about not even being able to pull time using php without google... that statement is true, but this is an opportunity for me to start learning the depths of php and mysql.

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