beside my WordPress-Blog I have a phpBB3-Forum installed. On my blog I use the wordpress theme “Twenty Ten 1.1”. I made a child theme to adjust the theme.
To get the blog-style to my forum, I have already copied the header and footer as html from my wordpress blog to the forum. That works well, but it isn’t dynamic. So if I add a page in WordPress (automatically displayed on the wordpress menu), I have to adjust the template of my forum, to add the new link in the menu of my forum template.
To make this dynamic, I have already searched in this forum, but I only found very old topics. Nevertheless, I tried what was written there. I have to include wp-blog-header.php on my non-wordpress-page (my phpBB-Forum) and then I could get the menu via get_header().
The following is in my phpBB template:
<!-- PHP -->require('http://phoenixraid.de/wordpress/wp-blog-header.php'); get_header();<!-- ENDPHP -->
but I get this error:
Fatal error: Call to undefined function get_header() in /www/htdocs/w00c1621/phpBB3/cache/tpl_prophoenix_overall_header.html.php on line 126
Does anyone know what I’m doing wrong? : /
Thanks a lot for help !
P. S. I hope anything is understandable 🙂 If not feel free to ask!
Sadly here is no answer for me 🙁 perhaps you know, what I’m doing wrong?
Yr question is really confusing. You start out saying you want the same style applied and the next second u are loading wp functions into another application.
Ok… perhaps to clarify it.
This is my homepage: http://www.phoenixraid.de/wordpress
You see that is the wordpress blog and it’s twenty ten-style. It has a menu and several pages. When you click on “Forum” you see my phpBB3-Forum in the same style as the wordpress blog and with nearly the same menu. But the menu in phpBB3-Forum is static not dynamic like in wordpress.
So I have to include wp-functions to my phpBB-Template.
It’s because you need to include the file that contains the get_header() function from wordpress. It’s looking for get_header() inside phpBB3 which is not what you want.
Add this to the top of the page you’re trying to include your header:
By the way, FOR THE HORDE! 😉
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