This child theme makes BBPress and WooThemes Canvas work together.
Marty McOmber (verified owner) – June 27, 2014:
We are setting up a forum for Pacific Northwest Boaters and after spending hours trying to get bbPress to pay nice with Canvas, I was about ready to give up. Not only did PootlePress’s child theme come to the rescue, but the support staff went above and beyond the call of duty to help work out a different integration bug that nobody else had a solution for. Thanks for the great support and for giving me back my weekend!
Nick Burne – July 21, 2014:
Nice one Marty! :)
Vikram (verified owner) – February 14, 2015:
This is great. Pootlepress is doing great work for the community. My best wishes.
Lets make web a better place together.
Jamie Marsland – February 14, 2015:
Thanks Vikram :)
Dave (verified owner) – July 8, 2015:
I was having a hell of a time getting the forums archive page to work with bbpress and Canvas. This child theme did the trick. Thanks!
Jamie Marsland – July 12, 2015:
Cool – glad we could help Dave :)
Peter Wallace (verified owner) – October 15, 2015:
Building my first website and I was struggling with the bbpress plugin on the canvas theme, I thought I was doing something wrong. First I discovered that it wasn’t me and then Pootlepress’ Jamie directed me to this child theme. Works a treat, website forum looking good and outstanding support as always.
Very grateful, thank you.
Jamie Marsland – October 18, 2015:
Great stuff :)
Randy (verified owner) – May 15, 2016:
FINALLY: something that fixes BBPress search without having to paste code into functions.php — thank you! I’ve been searching for something that actually works for months. Other “solutions” always broke something else.
I’d like it even more if there was a page documenting everything it does, and any options we have that are above and beyond what’s already in Canvas. Is there a page you can point me to?
Thanks again, Jamie.
Randy (verified owner) – June 10, 2016:
It’s a bit cheeky to post my review after you IGNORED my note minutes later pointing out that the plugin DOESN’T WORK CORRECTLY. Yes, I know it’s a free product, but 1) it’s an indication of quality and customer service, and 2) I’m quite willing to pay for a solution …but only if it works.
Not that bad