This add-on will allow you to fully integrate the popular forums plugin bbPress with Profile Builder.
You’ll be able to transfer bbPress user profile to Profile Builder user profile automatically. All forum user links will be automatically redirected to the extended user profiles created with Profile Builder.
Using this add-on you can replace the “Edit” user page from bbPress with the “Edit Profile” form created with Profile Builder.
Also, you can use the extended register forms created with Profile Builder (which can also contain custom user fields) to register users for your bbPress forum.
bbPress is an Advanced add-on, available with a Profile Builder Basic, Pro, or Agency license only.
After purchasing a premium version of Profile Builder, you can check the following guide on how to install Profile Builder.
For the bbPress add-on for Profile Builder to work as expected, you’ll also need to have the following plugins installed and activated on your site:
Once the add-on is installed and activated, under the Profile Builder menu item, you’ll notice a submenu item called “bbPress”. From here you can manage the bbPress add-on settings.
The first thing you can do is link the bbPress forum user profile to the extended user profiles created with Profile Builder’s User Listing module.
Basically, you’ll be able to select which Single-User Listing to display instead of the default bbPress Profile tab information.
The Single-user listing template contains a default HTML template which includes user tags, that you can modify to fit your needs.
This way you can display all the user information (including custom fields added via Profile Builder) and customize the user Profile view for your bbPress forum.
The bbPress plugin comes with a list of shortcodes for handling user registration and login.
However, you can use the Profile Builder register form for adding users to the bbPress forum. This way you can set up a detailed form that includes custom fields and collect more detailed user information (which you can then display later).
You can make use of the following Profile Builder shortcodes:
The complete list of Profile Builder shortcodes can be found here.
When registering users for your forum via the Profile Builder register form, make sure to also assign a certain role at registration.
You can do this using the shortcode parameter role, like below:
The default bbPress Roles are:
If you’re using the Multiple Registration Forms from Profile Builder, you’ll have the option to set the user role directly from the form settings:
You can display the Edit Profile form created with Profile Builder under the “Edit” tab from the bbPress user profile.
For this under the bbPress add-on settings page, make sure to select which PB Edit Profile form should be displayed. By default, it’s the standard one, outputted by the shortcode: [wppb-edit-profile]
If you have set Multiple Edit Profile Forms, you’ll have more options to pick from.
Now your front-end “Edit” tab from bbPress will display the detailed Edit Profile form created with Profile Builder.
Using the User listing module available in Profile Builder Pro you can create a member directory of all your forum users.
The bbPress add-on adds 3 new user tags which you can use on both All User Listing as well as Single-User Listing:
If you add an Avatar field via the Profile Builder Register form, it will automatically appear in the bbPress forum.
If you have the login form created with the bbPress login shortcode, then with this setting you can replace that form with the Login form from Profile Builder.
If you have the bbPress add-on active, you can also restrict forums using the standard Content Restriction features from Profile Builder.