joined:Aug 19, 2017
Hi. I have 2 issues. I have a wordpress site with 2 main forums each of which has several sub-forums.
1) When entering a sub-forum "Create new topic" appears automatically. I would like to have a "create new topic" button that you would need to click on instead of the "create new topic" message that appears automatically. "bbp Style Pack" is supposed to do this but it doesn't work. It creates a button named "create new topic" but doesn't remove the automatic message. That means I end up with both - the message and the button. It seems to be a bug. I thought maybe I can use CSS to remove the message so I only have the button. Is that possible? I've already been to the plugin's support forum and they are no help.
2) Assuming #1 above can be done, I would then like to rename the button in all sub-forums of 1 of the main forums. So the sub-forums in main forum 1 would have a "create new topic" button and the sub-forums in main forum 2 would have something else. I was told this could be done with CSS. I assume I would need to name each forum and then give the text I want for the button. Since all the forums to be changed are sub-forums of the same main forum is it possible to write a command that targets the main forum and then affects all of its sub-forums. That would make it much faster than targeting sub-forums one by one.
If #1 above can't be done so I would be stuck with the automatic message, then I would like to change that message in all sub-forums of 1 of the main forums. So the sub-forums of main forum 1 would display "create new topic" automatically and the sub-forums of main forum 2 would display something else. I'm not knowledgeable about CSS so don't assume anything. :) Thanks for any help.