March 18, 2017 at 19:16 UTC - Views: 45 #47495
Welcome to our new forum to support our brand new plugin, Weaver for bbPress.
Get your bbPress site up and running with beautiful themed styling, plus all the essential layout and user/admin usability options needed to run a real world forum with Weaver for bbPress.May 14, 2017 at 23:18 UTC - Views: 41 #48903
H’mm .. are you providing a theme distinct from WeaverXtreme for bbPress?
I am intending to integrate bbPress with an exising busy blog currently running on WeaverPro, but slated to change over to Weaver Xtreme.May 14, 2017 at 23:31 UTC - Views: 35 #48906
No, He said he is providing a Plugin Weaver for bbPress that will work with any Theme 🙂May 15, 2017 at 04:34 UTC - Views: 35 #48919
@scrambler Thanks for clarifying. But I do want to change over to Weaver Xtreme, and that’s my first priority. 😉
Is there a place I can see sample sites created with Weaver Xtreme?
I love that this forum is running on bbPress. It helps to use a forum before installing it on one’s own site. 😉 (I always liked the clean look of phpBB, but I want something integrated with our blog, and this looks like the best option.)May 15, 2017 at 04:55 UTC - Views: 30 #48920May 16, 2017 at 01:05 UTC - Views: 35 #48942
THIS site is a Weaver Xtreme site using the Weaver for bbPress plugin. I think it is a pretty good example of a bbPress site.
While this site is pretty much bbPress only, there is no reason at all that you couldn’t include a Blog page, other pages, whatever.
Just for example, the HOME page of THIS site is simply a standard default page with the intro text at the top, followed by the bbPress shortcode: [bbp-topic-index]. Very simple to do. Use Weaver for the header, sidebar, footer. Use bbPress shortcodes for the forum.
So you could have a “typical” blog page for home, and the forum on any other standard page.
Each of the pages on the Forums menu are also simple bbPress shortcodes.
Not to discourage you from updating to Weaver Xtreme, but a Weaver II site should work very well with the Weaver for bbPress plugin, too.
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