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  • Okay…so I am new to WordPress, PHP, coding and all of it 🙂

    I have a small site and on it I have BBPress forums.

    I am trying to use the ‘BBPress reply list widget’.

    This code:

    $author_link = bbp_get_reply_author_link( array( 'type' => 'both', 'size' => 14 ) );
    $reply_link  = '<a class="bbp-reply-topic-title" href="' . esc_url( bbp_get_reply_url() ) . '" title="' . bbp_get_reply_excerpt( bbp_get_reply_id(), 50 ) . '">' . bbp_get_reply_topic_title() . '</a>';
    /* translators: bbpress replies widget: 1: reply author, 2: reply link, 3: reply date, 4: reply time */
    printf( _x( $show_date == 'on' ? '%1$s on %2$s, %3$s, %4$s' : '%1$s on %2$s', 'widgets', 'bbpress' ), $author_link, $reply_link, get_the_date(), get_the_time() );

    is producing strange results on my WordPress page.

    Where as it should produce a nice box with all the text contained.

    [ Avi, username on topic, march 20, 2012 at 6:15pm ] <–Clickable

    it is instead posting all of that in separate boxes,

    [ Avi ] <–clickable
    [Username ] <–clickable
    [ topic ] <–clickable
    march 20, 2012 at 6:15 pm

    Well, I would like one clickable box and not three separate ones running vertically down the sidebar.

    If anyone could help me with this, or educate me a little, I would greatly appreciate it.

    (I hope that makes sense. I apologize, but I dont see how I can post a screen shot)

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  • Edit…and actually, i dont much care if clicking on the avi or username redirects to the profile page. I really just want it to go to the new post in the forum thread.

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