March 17, 2020 at 7:56 pm #3721justmiroParticipant
I kind of find it little difficult to get to the forum and see all new topics and stuff. Also when I was here for the first time, it took me a bit to realize I have to click on “Community” in the menu, to actually see the forum. Just my two cents. Maybe there is a way to make it more “straight forward”. Maybe a side panel with Categories would be nice.March 18, 2020 at 3:24 pm #3726Steven GliebeParticipant
My experience was similar. I was looking for a “Forum” link. When I saw “Community”, I hovered but didn’t find “Forum” in the dropdown. It took a couple moments to realize I needed to click on the top-level “Community” link to get to the forum. “Community” is a very broad term.April 22, 2020 at 7:44 am #4243nigelmrodgersParticipant
The Community menu item also doesn’t have a direct link to forums. That means I have to type in the url if I’m on a page without community breadcrumbs. I think I can fix that with conditional is_user_logged_in() in a template. If I wanted to fix it how would we go about it Github repo maybe?February 11, 2021 at 12:27 am #4262JeffroKeymaster
Hey y’all. I changed the menu item text to say Forums instead of Community because Forums are too the point and self-explanatory. What I’m having trouble with is the Forums menu item showing the sub-menu items of Login, Sign Up and Lost Password. Obviously, if you’re logged in, the only thing you should see is a Logout option. This is going to take a bit to figure out and fix. Any of you familiar with bbPress? 🙂February 11, 2021 at 12:55 am #4263JeffroKeymaster
I’m working on adding some widgets to the website to show recent replies and recently created topics. Don’t know if we need both though.February 11, 2021 at 10:40 pm #4275nigelmrodgersParticipant
Looks like you got the Forums menu sorted now. Logging in was a breeze for me. 🙂
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