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  • Plugin Author Catapult_Themes

    (@catapult_themes)

    Hi

    Yes, that’s possible to do. You don’t have to use the front-end registration/log-in form – just use the default wp-login.php page.

    Bob

    (@bobschecter)

    So if my default WP is set to “only registered users can comment”, will that be the case for this forum/board?

    Plugin Author Catapult_Themes

    (@catapult_themes)

    Yes, that should be the case.

    In Settings > Discussion Board > User tab, ensure that the ‘Permitted viewer roles’ and ‘Permitted poster roles’ are set to include all the roles you want to allow to view/post content.

    If you don’t create a front-end log-in page with the [discussion_board_login_form] shortcode, then users will only be able to register and log-in via the default WP method.

    If you need any help setting it up, just shout.

    Bob

    (@bobschecter)

    Thanks. Looks promising.

    Plugin Author Catapult_Themes

    (@catapult_themes)

    Thank you for your interest. If you decide to start using it, we’d love to see a link to a site.

    Hello there,

    I am trying to use your plugin and running into some problems, probably cause I don’t understand..

    I created a page to display all topics, and another one to create topics. (No login form page, I would like to use the basic wordpress login).
    I can create new topics in the new “create topic” page, and then I get a link to display the topic. I can see the topic in the back office but it does not show on the “All topics” page I created, it keeps saying there are no topics at all..

    This website is a bit special as only logged in users can see its pages + users are already redirected to a personnal page when logged in + pages’ visibity is retrained thanks to the “Simplerestrict” plugin.

    I desactivated all my plugins, same result
    I can give you access throuh mail if you need it..

    thanks for your help

    thanks

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