This additional plugin is necessary if you want to run member-only forums with bbPress and Groups. As the topics and replies in bbPress are custom post types, it is not sufficient to protect a forum using Groups.
The topics and replies in a protected forum would still be accessible unless they are also protected.
This plugin extends the access restrictions on a forum to its related topics.
This also applies to replies posted on topics: replies posted on a topic will be accessible to users who can access the topic and the forum only.
If additional access restrictions are set on a topic, its replies are protected by both the forum’s and the topic’s access restrictions.
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If you need help, have problems, want to leave feedback or want to provide constructive criticism, please do so here at the Groups bbPress plugin page.
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Log in as an administrator and go to Plugins > Add New.
Type Groups bbPress in the search field and click Search Plugins, locate the Groups bbPress plugin by itthinx and install it by clicking Install Now.
Now activate the plugin to have topics and replies automatically protected based on forum access restrictions.
You can install the plugin via FTP, see Manual Plugin Installation.
How does this work?
Once a forum is protected by Groups, its related topics and replies are also protected automatically.
You don’t need to set any additional access restrictions on those replies or topics.
You can set additional access restrictions on topics and replies if desired.
If you set an additional access restriction on a topic, the related replies will also be protected based on that.
What other alternatives do we have?
There are no reviews for this plugin.
For the full changelog see changelog.txt.