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XenDynamic - Wordpress Theme

yavuz

Well-known member
That is one of the features. Most importantly, it allows you to make the blog, wheather it's in the root or sub directory, as your home page :)
 

LPH

Well-known member
Good morning

I am noticing li and ol tags are not showing on the homepage. Other tags such as h1, h2 , etc are also not showing. They show styling properly in the forum but not the Wordpress style.

Is this a known issue? Is there a fix (sorry - I didn't read all the pages) ? I'm starting to flip through all the pages but maybe someone has the answer.

Site with issue - http://www.tuxreportsdebates.com/
 

CTXMedia

Formerly CyclingTribe
Does this mod apply your XF theme to your Wordpress install?

I've installed the xfrocks bridge, but want Wordpress formatted to match my forums.

Cheers,
Shaun :D
 

CTXMedia

Formerly CyclingTribe
Excellent mod, thanks.

I've managed to install it okay, but the blog links are not using the blog URL from the Wordpress settings.

My XF 1.1.1 install is at the root of the web space /
My Wordpress install is in a sub-directory /blog

Have a look here and you'll see that the links to Blog items are missing the "/blog" part of the URL (and reverting to the XF homepage):
http://www.cyclechat.net/blog/

Is there something I need to edit to ensure the "/blog" element is included in the blog URLs?

Thanks,
Shaun :D
 

LPH

Well-known member
Is there a way to get the XF forum reply available on the WP side so that a member doesn't need to go to the forums to comment?
 

CTXMedia

Formerly CyclingTribe
Excellent mod, thanks.

I've managed to install it okay, but the blog links are not using the blog URL from the Wordpress settings.

My XF 1.1.1 install is at the root of the web space /
My Wordpress install is in a sub-directory /blog

Have a look here and you'll see that the links to Blog items are missing the "/blog" part of the URL (and reverting to the XF homepage):
http://www.cyclechat.net/blog/

Is there something I need to edit to ensure the "/blog" element is included in the blog URLs?

Thanks,
Shaun :D
Sorry to bump, but is anyone able to help with this please?

Cheers,
Shaun :D
 
Wow.. first question here... ok, we use this really great Addon on our site, but we have the problem, that the post which is automatically created is from the user who publishes the article and NOT from the user who wrote it. This is not how it should be when you have a descent system with many writers who write articles, but there is an editor who publishes them, so the credits and likes etc. will go to the publisher and not author.

Is there something we did wrong, or is this a bug? (or - hopefully not- a feature)?
 

Mike Creuzer

Well-known member
Does this also serve as a bridge from Wordpress to XenForo? Can we pull data from XenForo with this framework? Such as visitor_panel stats or inbox/alert counts.
 

Anseur

Active member
Does this also serve as a bridge from Wordpress to XenForo? Can we pull data from XenForo with this framework? Such as visitor_panel stats or inbox/alert counts.
From my own use of this, Yes you could pull stuff, in the sense that the style elements from xenforo are logged into XF and pull data from the XF database, so you therefore have the XF stuff loaded to do logic operations in templates from etc, but it does not integrate the actual XF PHP into the WP PHP, for that you need the bridge. Without the bridge, this style would show the bits from the XF style to show you are logged into XF, but you wouldn't necessarily be logged into WP.
 

ShadyX

Well-known member
I gave this a shot last night but I couldn't login to the wordpress Acp and when I tried to go to the /blog directory I got a browser error "This page is not redirecting properly". I think it has something to do with my XF .htaccess that redirects all non-www to www.

Anybody know what could be to blame?

Cheers.