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Paid Memberships Pro - bbPress Add On

Integrate bbPress with Paid Memberships Pro to restrict forums by membership level.

Prerequisites

  1. You must have Paid Memberships Pro and bbPress installed and activated on your site.

Download, Install and Activate!

  1. Download the latest version of the plugin.
  2. Unzip the downloaded file to your computer.
  3. Upload the /pmpro-bbpress/ directory to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory of your site.
  4. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.

How to Use

  1. After activation, navigate to the "Edit Forum" page for the forum you would like to restrict.
  2. Check the box for each level that can access this forum in the "Require Membership" meta box (below the Publish box in the right sidebar).
  3. Save your changes by clicking the "Update" button (or "Publish" if you are creating a new forum).
  4. Further settings can be found on the Settings -> Forums page of your admin dashboard.

Shortcode for Member's Activity

The bbPress Add On includes one shortcode to display a member's activity (topics or replies created).

Sample shortcode usage: [bbp-user-activity activity_type="topic" show_date="true" title="My Recent Topics"]

Shortcode attributes include: * activity_type: Accepts 'topic' or 'reply'. Default is 'topic' * bbp_user_id: Accepts any user ID. Omit this attribute to load the current user's entries. Default is the current_user->ID. * count: The number of entries to show. Default is '5'. * show_date: Optionally show the entry date. Default is 'false'. * show_excerpt: Optionally show a 50-character excerpt of the entry. Default is 'false'. * title: An optional title for the shortcode output, wrapped in the h2 class="widgettitle" format.

Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.6.2
Last Updated: 2 months ago
Active Installs: 2,000+

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