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  3. Najlepszym rozwiązaniem było by zrobić aktualizację jeszcze raz i ponownie przekonwertować znaki
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  5. Promocja Wielkanocna, aktualizacja Node.js i nowe wersje Javy Promocja: Wielkanoc z MyDevil.net! Z okazji Świąt Wielkanocnych przygotowaliśmy dla obecnych jak i nowych użytkowników MyDevil.net Świąteczną Promocję! Nowe jak i przedłużane pakiety hostingowe: MD oraz pakiety VPN od dnia 17.04.2019 23:59 do 23.04.2019 23:59 kosztują 30% mniej! Promocja łączy się z kodami polecającymi: zachęcamy do dzielenia się swoimi kodami polecajacymi z osobami, które nie korzystają jeszcze z usług MyDevil.net. Regulamin promocji: https://www.mydevil.net/regulaminy-i-dokumenty,36.html Wesołych, pogodnych i spokojnych Świąt Wielkanocnych spędzonych w rodzinnej atmosferze życzy ekipa MyDevil.net. Aktualizacja i status Node.js Node 11 i Node 12: udostępniliśmy najnowszą wersję Node.js: Node 11. Jest to wersja przejściowa, która w przyszłości zostanie zastąpiona przez wersję Node 12 (LTS). Node 10: ta wersja została zaktualizowana do ostatniego wydania z tej gałęzi, która umożliwia działanie najnowszych wydań oprogramowania blogowego Ghost - odświeżony opis instalacji: https://wiki.mydevil.net/Ghost Node 8: wkrótce zostanie domyślną wersją Node.js, o czym będziemy jeszcze informować. Node 6: w przyszłości zostanie usunięta ze wzgłędu na zakończenie wsparcia z końcem miesiąca. O usunięciu tej wersji będziemy jeszcze informować. Proponujemy migrację na Node 8 lub wyższe. Nowe wersje Javy Od dzisiaj dostępne na naszym hostingu są dwie nowe wersje Javy: OpenJDK 11 oraz OpenJDK 12. Przy okazji uprościliśmy dostęp do wszystkich wersji Javy - dostępne są nowe polecenia: java7, java8, java11 oraz java12. Domyślną wersją pozostaje OpenJDK 8.
  6. Sharing the love 💖 ... FREE apps/plugins provided by GT Services. This simple plugin helps your Staff get things done FASTER. There's no more guessing. When a Report comes in they now know why it's being reported. This plugin requires your users to leave a message whenever submitting a REPORT. For those not aware - IPS doesn't require a message when reporting content. Personally, I think this is a crazy move. They gave us the option to create Report Types but not require a message. 😕 Getting members to report content is a great feature to have. But... it becomes problematic when the reason for reporting is not clear. As you can imagine Big Board sites get many Reports. Many are confusing - it's a big waste of time for Staff when no explanation (message) is available. (I personally know this because I'm on the receiving end when something doesn't work right.) Staff get things done FASTER. Staff are happy. Staff can focus on other important things. To install... Download the file Go to Admincp > Site Features (Plugins) [Click Install New Plugin] More FREE apps/plugins coming... (The more LIKES we get the more free apps we will make available.) Pobierz plik
  7. This plugin will convert messages into topics. Conversion option: Forum where to create the topic Settings: Groups allowed to convert a message to a topic Pobierz plik
  8. Witajcie, wczoraj zaktualizowałem forum z Ipb 3.4 do Ips 4.4, teraz mam takowy problem, że musiał wystąpić jakiś błąd który pominąłem przez co nie doszło do konwersji polskich znaków. Wszystkie dotychczasowe polskie znaczki są zapisane w ten sposób "A‚","ł" "A3","ó" "Ä™","ę" "A„","ń" "A1","ż" "A›","ś" "ć","ć" "Ä…","ą" "A“","Ó" "Ä~","Ę" "Ao","ź" Natomiast wszystkie nowe tematy posiadają polskie znaki. Problem tyczy się całego forum, działy i opisy działów mogę ręcznie edytować, natomiast może mi ktoś pomóc jak najlepiej edytować nazwy tematów, użytkowników i treści postów aby zamienić tamte znaczki na polskie? Nawet poprzez zapytania do bazy danych, niestety jestem laikiem i nie wiem którymi zapytaniami to podmienić. Oczywiście plik conf_global jest poprawny jak i baza danych w utf8. Za szybką pomoc postaram się jakoś odwdzięczyć.
  9. Witaj, to standardowa funkcjonalność forum. Wejdź do ACP -> użytkownicy -> grupy. Edytuj daną grupę i tam masz ustawienia koloru danej grupy
  10. Hejka, Nie wiem czy w dobrym miejscu piszę, ale próbuję się dowiedzieć jaka wtyczka odpowiada za kolorowanie oznaczeń użytkowników. Głównie mi chodzi, że jeśli grupa "Administrator" ma kolor czerwony i do niej należy użytkownik "tedi" to by oznaczenie @tedi ( przykładowo ) było w kolorze tej grupy, czyli czerwone. :> Pozdrawiam
  11. Aktualne? Jestem chętny jeśli chodzi o zakup 🙂
  12. Mark Topic Mark Topic is a plugin that will let you and your members mark topics with a badge. This is useful for e.g. support forums (mark the topic as solved/fixed), commerce forums (mark the topic as sold/bought), and story forums (mark the topic as a true/false story). You can create different markers for different forums, and chose which member groups are allowed to use the different markers. After a topic is marked, a badge will appear next to the topic title when viewing the forum and when viewing the topic. You can customize the color and the text of the badge. Administrators are always able to mark and unmark all topics, and you may chose which moderator groups have permission to do the same. If a member group is allowed to use a marking, members of that group will be able to mark and unmark their own topics in that forum. Planned features: Some of the planned features include: Support for multi-moderation. Lock and/or move topics when they are marked. Unlock and/or move topics when they are unmarked. Translatable markers. Marking and unmarking topics show up in the activity log. Pobierz plik
  13. A fully functional Discord chat widget for your IPS community! Discord Client integrates a fully featured Discord chat client into your website in the form of a “Crate” (a widget activated by clicking a Discord icon at the bottom of your screen), or embedded directly into your site via Widgets. You can also embed the chat client on IP.Content pages, allowing you to create and customize dedicated chat pages on your community if you so desire! Members of your community will not even need a Discord account to use the widget. All they have to do is pick a name and start chatting. Demo Easy step-by-step configuration configuring.mp4 Configurable drag-and-drop widgets widget.mp4 You can find a live demo of the applications Create widget on our demo site:https://www.taiga.sh/ And a demo of the embedded client here:https://www.taiga.sh/discord-chat/ Pobierz plik
  14. Este plugin irá modificar a saída para que os usuários banidos aparecem o fórum com seu nome, um corte assim. Pobierz plik
  15. .ipsDataItem_subList li { float: left; width: calc(100% / 3 - 5px); }
  16. Tak jest normalnie. musiałbyś się pobawić, żeby elementy listy miały własność table-cel całość miała własność table i wtedy kombinować
  17. Witam mam problem z pod działami. Jak to naprawić żeby działy były położone równo
  18. This simple plugin will allow you to add extra urls in the account settings page for users... Pobierz plik
  19. Photo Competition is the number one application for increasing engagement on your community and is suitable for almost all community types. Hold a monthly photo contest with voting, sharing to social media and rankings. The app supports commenting and post before register so visitors can register as part of the competition entry process. First, second and third places are permanently recorded in the previous winners hall of fame. The app is fully language abstracted and contains a section for adding rules and introductory text. Use this section to describe your monthly photo theme if you have one. Optionally limit the number of entries per month and the number of entries members are allowed to vote on. Pobierz plik
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  21. Invision Community is used by some of the world's biggest game brands, proudly enabling gamers to connect with the creators of their favourite titles. These sites attract millions of visitors between them and thousands of posts are added daily because of their high profile. But what if you're just starting out, how do you convert casual visitors to members, and what's the best way to set up your community? I got talking to new customer Darrell, interestingly named Mr. Fierce God on our community. While you may expect that this portrays a fire and brimstone hothead, you'd be wrong as Darrell is one of the nicest people you'll meet. Darrell runs the Fierce Gaming Network and I was impressed by the way he's set up his site and wanted to share my thoughts on what he's done well. The first thing I noticed is that the forum index is not the home page for the site. For a gaming community that wants to focus on more than just user conversations, this is a good move. Let's break it down. A. The home page has multiple points of entry, and the sidebar menu unobtrusively offers short-cuts to various parts of the community. B. We have a large call to action to either login or register. This box also explains the benefits of registration clearly and enforces that registration is a very quick process. One optimisation that may be worth looking at here is to add the "Sign in with Facebook / Microsoft" buttons on the box to persuade even more to register right away. C. Fierce Gaming Network also makes great use of Clubs to segment their audience to specific software titles. Re-using instantly recognisable artwork as the club cover image will entice fans of those games to visit. Scrolling down a little shows the "Member of the month". As humans, we are drawn to faces instantly, and this humanises the site and "unmasks" some of the popular members, making the site less intimidating. Moving down a little more we see the "Our Picks" section which highlights the best content from the community. Our Picks is a great way to get visitors to engage with your content. Good use of cover images draws attention and makes it clear the kind of content you're going to read. Darrell makes great use of several lnvision Community apps to build the site, and has set it up well. New users get to the site see handpicked content, fellow members and the benefits of joining all in one place. It's a great start and I look forward to seeing Darrell's site succeed. Are you using Invision Community to build custom homepages for your community? Share them in the comments below. Wyświetl pełny wpis
  22. Our Pick Enhancements This is a small plugin to enhance some features of the core Our Picks page. I have always felt that the default Our Pick's Page was a little disorganised and all over the place. This little plugin will change the default look to look a bit more appealing and organised. There are 4 settings to help with this: Header default Image: Select a default image for promoted items which do do have an image. Header Background colour: Change the background color if you do not want to display a background image. Display Extra info: Enable or disable showing the 'Picked By' author and date, Cover Picks Columns: Select the number of columns per row for each item. Pobierz plik
  23. I noticed something new in the chiller cabinet at the petrol station after filling yesterday. Bottles of Grape Fanta sitting alongside the more mundane and pedestrian drinks such as Coke Zero and Pepsi Max. I grabbed two bottles. After draining one in record time, I googled around to see where I could get more of this delicious nectar, and it discovered that it's a new flavour being launched in the UK. The really interesting thing was that Coca Cola used data stored in the self service machines that offer different flavours (such as those at cinemas) to determine which new flavours to bring to the market. Grape was the second most popular flavour after regular orange, so the company knew they had a market ready for premixed bottles. In a world where we fear what Big Tech does with our data, it's easy to forget that data has a valid use in your business. It's why we make it clear that with Invision Community, you own your data. We just look after it for you. This gives you the freedom to discover new trends within your business and use them to drive sales. Wyświetl pełny wpis
  24. Problem został rozwiązany.
  25. Spanner

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    PL Naprawa mniejszych błędów Zgrupowanie produktów na liście zakupów ( funkcjonalność sponsorowana przez @soduosyn) Klucze do gier widoczne na fakturze i zamówieniu w aplikacji Commerce ( funkcjonalność sponsorowana przez @soduosyn) EN Fix minor errors Grouping products on the orders list (functionality sponsored by @soduosyn) Gaming keys shown on the invoice and order in the Commerce application (functionality sponsored by @soduosyn)
  26. Two headlines caught my eye today as they appeared side by side in my newsfeed. On first glance, they seemed contradictory. The first was that the UK lost nearly 2,500 shops and stores last year and the second is that discount fashion retailer Primark has just invested £70m in a new store in Birmingham. This new store covers 161,000 sq ft over five floors and features a Disney-themed cafe, a beauty studio, a gents hairdresser and a Harry Potter themed section. If the UK is closed thousands of stores, and a recent department store has just fallen into administration why would a brand invest £70m in a new store? The answer is that they are not building a store, they are building an experience. It's clearly not enough to just stack products and open the doors anymore. You have to offer more to entice people in through the doors. This is why Toys R Us failed in the end. I maintain that if they had reduced shelf space and installed soft play, cafes and product demonstration areas, they would have had a chance at turning around their failing business. Primark has learned from other's mistakes. With themed "shops in shops" and child-friendly cafes, they are offering more than discount clothes. It is exactly the same as your community. Offering a space to facilitate conversation is often not enough unless you dominate your niche. Are you known for well thought out reviews? Perhaps you write valuable articles that get people to your site. Or you might be focusing on building an audience with a photo competition as Helen from The Dogly Mail has. What are you doing to encourage more people through your doors? Wyświetl pełny wpis
  27. ACP -> zakładka system -> Pisanie -> i tam masz opcję: Opublikuj przed rejestracją
  28. Jak wyłączyć możliwość pisania bez rejestracji ?
  29. “Every success story is a tale of constant adaption, revision and change.” – Richard Branson, billionaire and founder of Virgin Group. We all seek success with our Invision Communities. For too many of our communities, however, we yearn for success but we don’t plot the correct navigation to get there. We haphazardly pursue our strategies, trying new ideas and hoping one will stick. It’s time to take a step back and assess your goals in context to your growth. It’s important to understand the stages of the community lifecycle, and to strategically match your goals with your growth sequence. Alicia Iriberri and Gondy Leroy of Claremont Graduate University surveyed over 1000 publications across multiple disciplines including computer science, information systems, sociology, and management in their seminal 2009 research paper “A Life-Cycle Perspective on Online Community Success.” Their research forms the foundation for most modern community management, and in their paper they write, “The impact each design component has on the success of the online community shifts depending on which life-cycle stage the online community is experiencing.” The right strategy at the right time will maximize the impact. Every community goes through a community lifecycle of four stages: Inception, Growth, Maturity, and Mitosis. Setting the wrong objective can not only fail, it can even backfire and destroy goodwill. Here are classic examples of good strategies that go wrong because of poor sequencing: A new community with no activity that builds dozens of new boards A growth community not fostering a unique sense of community A mature community not establishing strong codes of conduct Architecting a community is very different for the first ten users versus the next thousand users. New priorities come into play, community concerns will shift and strategies need tochange. As a community manager, ensure the strategy is appropriate and reflects your community lifecycle to ensure maximum impact. Let’s take a look at proper goal settings for each stage of the community lifecycle. Inception Inception is the start of your community. You’re bursting with energy, enthusiasm, and big ideas. While your Invision Community is full of potential, your goal is to turn your vision into reality: Members: Focus on nurturing a core team of members. Your goal is to get 10 – 12 superusers to consistently engage and support the community vision. Promotion: Your community won’t contain enough content to attract visitors through search engines, so you’ll have to rely on personal referrals, word-of-mouth, and direct acquaintances. Content: Focus on building expertise on core content areas that will make you stand out. You want to be the best in one subject. You’ll need to generate much of the content programming yourself, which should focus on functional value. Organization: Establish organizational parameters for the community, define the vision with stakeholders, write your Terms of Use, and validate the community concept. Community: The community is heavily centered around the community founder at this stage, so set the right tone and lead through example. Growth Growth is where the magic of community happens, balanced against the development of more explicit and formal conduct. Members: Shift your focus from nurturing individual users to creating a workflow that can systematically welcome new members. Promotion: You should be proactive with your self-promotional activities to build community awareness such as email marketing, social media, or mailing lists. Content: Content will now be a mix between self-generated and co-created. You want to highlight community content by others to encourage community expertise. When you create content yourself, you want to start including emotionally-driven questions that connect users. Organization: Measure specific metrics for organization goals, highlight community health and successes, secure funding for ongoing budget and team. Community: A unique sense of community is cultivated at this time with shared experiences and language between members. Members feel excited to be a part of your community’s growth. Maturity Maturity is when your Invision Community becomes critically acclaimed and well-known in the field. Even though your community looks to be run smoothly, there are still areas to address so your community doesn’t stagnate: Members: There should be a clearly defined process and welcome guide for onboarding new members, an established pipeline that constantly brings on new superusers, and a rewards program that recognizes members for different types of member journeys. Promotion: Your site is well-known, so the search engine traffic and content within your community is enough to bring in new users. You can optimize your SEO at this point. Content: Almost all content is user-created at this point, which means your focus needs to shift to content recognition, organization, and moderation. Highlight the best community content; categorize and properly tag new content so the community stays organized; and scale your moderation to handle the size of your community. Organization: The community is a key part of your organization’s larger success and supports multiple areas of the business. Be a strong internal advocate for the community and align your community with your organization’s new profit areas. Community: Superusers not only have the privilege of creating their own content for the community, but they’ve stepped up as mentors and moderators. Your community has a strong culture that’s reinforced by members. Mitosis Mitosis is the stage when your Invision Community grows beyond its original mission, potentially splitting off into new subgroups. Many communities stagnate at this point with falling engagement and plateauing registration, but you’re catching onto the next big trend in your industry to grow into. Members: New member registrations flatlines because you’re tracking with the industry. Your goal is to continue to delight members with new forms of omnichannel engagement like regional meetups, video conferencing, and headline conferences. Promotion: Your community self-generates organic traffic. Your promotion should shift from trying to advertise for yourself to exerting influence with industry partners as a trusted leader in the field. Content: Members can find the most comprehensive set of resource documents and discussion on your community. Your goal is to distill the knowledge into the best tips and guides for newcomers to obtain the most accurate information as quickly as possible. You should also archive areas that no longer receive activity while finding growth topics in your field. Organization: The community is a critical part of all business operations and integrates into all relevant workflows. You should build custom metrics to measure results, help determine new investment decisions, and streamline business efficiencies at the organizational level that benefit the community. Community: Your community becomes an incubator of new sections in a controlled manner for potential spin-off. Superusers control and moderate their own areas of the site like Clubs or Blogs. Online communities evolve through distinct stages of the community lifecycle. At each stage, the needs and activities of members require different tools, features, and community management. Certain strategies are more impactful when they coincide with the right sequence. Invision Community makes it easy to get started with a technology platform packed with features that every community manager can start using right away. But how you get to the first ten users, to the first thousand posts, or even to one billion likes will be a journey that’s truly your own. Share your success story of Invision Community in the comments below. Did you make any rookie mistakes that you wish you knew beforehand? What are some strategies that you’re pursuing right now, and why do you think it’s an impactful decision for this stage of your community’s lifecycle? We’d love to hear your journey along the community lifecycle. Wyświetl pełny wpis
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