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When a user logs in to WordPress, certain cookies are set in their browser which indicate to the server whether the user is logged in on subsequent page loads. bbPress can be set up to have the ability to read the standard cookies created by WordPress to check whether a user is logged in and can grant the user access to bbPress based on these. The majority of this setup is done in the bbPress administration area via the “WordPress integration” settings page, but it is also necessary to setup this plugin so that WordPress can set a couple of extra cookies which are required. This plugin is only useful if you are running bbPress version 1.0-alpha-4 or later. Configuration Go to the “bbPress Integration” page in the “Settings” area of the WordPress administration area. Here you will need to supply the full URL of your bbPress forum. If your bbPress plugins directory is not in the standard location because you have moved it by defining BB_PLUGIN_URL in your bbPress config file, then you need to supply that full URL as well. If your plugins directory is in the standard location, then you can leave this field blank. Versions of this plugin before version 1.0 The versions of this plugin before the 1.0-alpha-4 version were used to synchronize the roles...
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