File: bp-forums/core/template-functions.php
Description
bbp_add_template_stack_locations()

Add template locations to template files being searched for

Source: bp-forums/core/template-functions.php:433

bbp_parse_query()

Add checks for Forums conditions to parse_query action

Source: bp-forums/core/template-functions.php:483

bbp_get_query_template()

Retrieve path to a template

Source: bp-forums/core/template-functions.php:392

bbp_get_template_locations()

Get the possible subdirectories to check for templates in

Source: bp-forums/core/template-functions.php:416

bbp_locate_template()

Retrieve the name of the highest priority template file that exists.

Source: bp-forums/core/template-functions.php:61

bbp_locate_template

This action exists only to follow the standard Forums coding convention, and should not be used to short-circuit any part of the template locator.

Source: bp-forums/core/template-functions.php:101

bbp_enqueue_style()

Enqueue a script from the highest priority location in the template stack.

Source: bp-forums/core/template-functions.php:130

bbp_enqueue_script()

Enqueue a script from the highest priority location in the template stack.

Source: bp-forums/core/template-functions.php:198

bbp_register_template_stack()

This is really cool. This function registers a new template stack location, using WordPress’s built in filters API.

Source: bp-forums/core/template-functions.php:261

bbp_deregister_template_stack()

Deregisters a previously registered template stack location.

Source: bp-forums/core/template-functions.php:281