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  1. Christmas Noel is one of IBTheme's classic original masterpieces we've carried on throughout the years since IPB 2.3 and over the years I have worked hard to improve on it more and more. This year, I am happy to present to you, this amazing Christmas theme with as many of the original design details as I could possibly implement into working with IPB 4 series. I've brought back the traditional look and feel and even spruced it up a bit to reflect popular, modern-day design elements. UPDATED & REDESIGNED ON DECEMBER 12th, 2018 Works with the latest versions of these applications: IP.Board 4.3.x Admin Control Panel IP.Commerce IP.Pages IP.Downloads IP.Gallery IP.Blog IP.Calendar Chatbox Clubs Subscriptions & More! Included in the download: - Skin XML file for installation - Matching Admin CP Theme - All fonts used throughout the theme - logo.psd - team-icon.psd - IBTheme copyright and license agreement - Links to purchase add-ons like installation, copyright removal, logo text change, etc. Pobierz plik
  2. White Christmas is one of IBTheme's classic original masterpieces we've carried on throughout the years since IPB 2.3 and over the years I have worked hard to improve on it more and more. This year, I am happy to present to you, this amazing Christmas theme with as many of the original design details as I could possibly implement into working with IPB 4 series. I've brought back the traditional look and feel and even spruced it up a bit to reflect popular modern-day design elements. UPDATED & REDESIGNED ON DECEMBER 12th, 2018 Works with the latest versions of these applications: IP.Board 4.3.x Admin Control Panel IP.Commerce IP.Pages IP.Downloads IP.Gallery IP.Blog IP.Calendar Chatbox Clubs Subscriptions & More! Included in the download: - Skin XML file for installation - Matching Admin CP Theme - All fonts used throughout the theme - logo.psd - team-icon.psd - IBTheme copyright and license agreement - Links to purchase add-ons like installation, copyright removal, logo text change, etc. Pobierz plik
  3. Copyright Removal works on below themes. Edoba Vulpes 2.0+ Pobierz plik
  4. As requested. Usually you can accomplish what you need by setting whatever IPS application you like as the default under the Applications menu in the ACP but apparently there are still instances where this may not accomplish what is needed. This is nothing fancy - you must enter the complete URL in settings. Be sure not to copy/paste the URL from your browser address bar that includes stuff like CSRF= and so on. Keep it simple and you'll be fine. Tested on 4.3.6, probably fine on all of the 4.3 versions, and likely on 4.2 as well (but that is, and will remain, untested by me) Pobierz plik
  5. The is a bundle of small layout tweaks I use on my own community sites to change the look of the forums app. I turned them into a plugin so I any anyone else can use them easily without any manual changes to the theme code. The main feature is a forum listing change, which puts the users into focus with large avatar images of the person creating the topic and the last poster. I’ve seen this on a community website once and it instantly convinced me. Instantly showing the people behind the posts makes the topics more personal and users are more likely to answer this way. I also added a few other tweaks, which I find useful or which people have asked for in this community. Demo 1: Typography.Guru Demo 2: Typografie.info What’s needed: IPS 4.3 in its most recent version. Detailed Feature/Settings Description: Turn the avatar mode for desktop views on or off. Remove last poster column from index. A cleaner look and faster loading of the index page. Dim inaccessible forums. Shows forums which can be seen but not opened with 50% opacity. Dim forum description. Shows the forum descriptions with less contrast so the titles stand out more. Remove headline from index. Removes the H1 “Forums” headline if you don’t need it. Remove tags. Removes the tags from the forum listing views. Creates a much cleaner look. More feature might be added over time. Feel free to suggest forum layout tweaks in the support topic. Compatibility: Should work fine with forums using the stock theme or themes close to the stock theme. I cannot guarantee it will work on heavily modified themes. Third-party apps/plugins should still be able to change or inject content in the affected forum views. I tested a few like Topic Thumbnails or Best Answer on Discussion Forums and they continue to work. Again, there can be no guarantee that there will be no conflicts with third-party apps/plugins, which change the same theme files as this plugin. Pobierz plik
  6. Edoba Demo page Login and password: demo Dark theme with huge theme settings. Can be used for any forums. Have a lot of settings and you can fully customize it. Pobierz plik
  7. This widget will display the most liked topics of the day/week/month/year or whatever time frame in days that you like. By default it will display the most liked topics of the month. Permissions are being preserved intact. i.e. users will see only topics in the forums where they are allowed to do so. Below is a detailed overview of the widget settings. Widget Title: You can enter the title of the widget. Liked Topics Time Frame: Here you can select the time frame in days of the liked topics. By default it is set to show the most liked posts for the month. Total Topics: Here you can decide how many topics to display. Viewing Groups: Select the group(s) that you want to view the widget. Forums: This setting controls the forum(s) that you want to display most liked topics from. Pobierz plik
  8. Members’ Warnings API gives you ability to retrieve information about members’ warnings using IPS REST API. Just one endpoint gives you many information about member’s warnings: Warning ID Moderator ID Given points Warning reason ID Date of giving the warning Expiration date Penalties and their expiration date Notes for both user and moderators Whether the user has acknowledged the warning or not (always true when acknowledging is not enabled) Pagination feature is also included, so don’t worry about naughty users. For more detailed information, look at API Reference in ACP (System -> Members). Pobierz plik
  9. Hej, här bjuder jag på en Svensk översättning. Framsidan är klar. Kan finnas några ord som jag har missat men annars ska det vara klart. Har även börjat översätta Admin delen. Lagt ner många timmar på detta. Ibland kan något bli fel översatt eller inte passa dig men kontakta mig så ska jag ändra detta. En demo finns att tillgå här. Ni behöver logga in för att se alla Appar https://www.sverige.com.se Det som är översatt är. Commerce Forums Pages Gallery Downloads Calendar ----------------- Har även översatt Classified System App som ingår i denna översättning. https://invisioncommunity.com/files/file/8311-classifieds-system/ Pobierz plik
  10. Did you know that the most magical community in the world runs on Invision Community? For close to 12 years, Invision client @Michael R has been spreading joy through the Santa Claus Network (ClausNet.com), the world’s largest community for Santa and his followers. He started building the site in November 2006 and went live in the beginning of 2007, using Invision Community as his platform of choice since the beginning. Michael also founded the James D. Rielly Foundation in honor of his grandfather – a non-profit organization that provides charitable and emotional support to military and first responder families. As a tribute to the holidays, Mike was gracious enough to be interviewed by Joel on behalf of Invision Community on how he uses Invision Community and engages with his unique community. J: This is such a wonderful community of passion. How did you get started? Back in October 2005, I attended the world-famous Charles W. Howard Santa Claus School. It was a Christmas present I received from my wife. At that time, I had already been portraying Santa for 34 years but was a bit skeptical of what I would get out of attending a “Santa School.” He’s already nailed the Santa look. At the school I got to meet Santas from all over the World! It was a wonderful experience and I am still friends with many of the folks, but what I enjoyed most of all was the camaraderie I felt with my fellow brothers and sisters in red. This was the catalyst in creating ClausNet – to recreate the same feeling of fellowship I felt at the school. J: Your membership must be very unique. ClausNet is the world's largest online community dedicated to the faithful portrayal of Santa Claus. Our membership also includes Mrs. Claus, Elves, Reindeer Handlers, and all others who devote their time to bringing the magic of Christmas to children and adults throughout the world! In comparison to other sites, 2,900 isn’t a lot of members. But based on some estimates it’s about two thirds of all the Santas and Mrs. Clauses on the planet! We are very selective who of we approve for membership. In addition to Invision’s validation process, I personally email each person who registers for an account. I do this to help eliminate trolls and other Grinchy people, but mostly to keep out the prying eyes of children to preserve the Secret of Santa and keep the magic alive for children of all ages! J: What Invision apps do you use, and how do you use them? We have all the Invision Community apps and rely upon them for many purposes. We don’t sell products on the site but we do use Commerce for donations. Members can purchase Supporter Level Memberships at varying prices. We use Pages and Blogs for posting short stories, opinion pieces, and even business advice. We use Downloads for sharing files such as example contracts and business card templates. The Calendar app is a great resource in notifying and scheduling regional get-togethers, workshops, schools, and training sessions. Articles and short stories written in Pages. J: What are some of the most innovative features of Invision Community that your members have embraced? I believe Invision Community is the most robust platform for building online communities. Our members really like the new Clubs feature. We use Clubs for regional and local groups as well as specific topics such as prop making and costuming. From the Long Leaf Pines to the Northern Pacific, ClausNet uses regional clubs all over the world to foster closer relationship. J: There must be seasonality with your niche. How do you keep your members engaged throughout the year and what are some special events that you host? Throughout the year we run several activities designed to keep up engagement. Member of the Month - Each month, I select a different member of our community to featured. We interview the candidate and post the interview on the site. ClausNet Gazette Monthly Newsletter - We send out a monthly newsletter of content from the website. Surprisingly, it’s the first time many of the members see the content. It is a great way to keep members coming back to the site. Christmas Card and Ornament Exchange – These are two of the most anticipated events we hold. Members sign up and are randomly paired with another, so they can exchange cards or ornaments. It’s very exciting to receive Christmas ornaments from another part of the world! We also run several other programs such as an Annual Raffle, Countdown to Christmas, Picture Contests, and Latest News. J: As a longtime Invision client whose passion is the holidays, what are your holiday wishes to other Invision clients and clients-to-be? As many of you know, Christmas is my favorite holiday – a holiday that lives in my heart year-round! May this holiday season be one of health and happiness for you and your loved ones. Happy Holidays, Happy Hanukkah, Joyous Kwanzaa, Festive Festivas, Fröhliche Weihnachten, Nollaig Shona, Boas Festas, Buon Natale, Feliz Navidad, Merry Christmas! J: Thank you Mike for graciously spending your time with me and other Invision clients to learn how you engage with members using Invision Community. Hopefully this interview has helped inspire and motivate other clients with some extra cheer during the holiday season! Wyświetl pełny wpis
  11. This plugin will give the aility to the forum admin(s) to add fake members in the online list to make the forum appear busy. You can add a fake member in the online list directy from their profile and/or their member card. Once added, the fake user will appear to view the forum index or read random topics. To remove the fake member from the online lsit, click Remove From Online button. And as last, but certainly not least, whenever a fake member is set online , or removed from the online list, it will be logged in the Moderators Log page. Pobierz plik
  12. This plugin will add the new functionality to topics of marking them as solved/unsolved. This can be handy if you has a support type of forum. Members can mark their own topics as sold or all topics, depending on the permissions that you set. You can also select forums where you want to enable/disable marking of topics as solved. After a topic has been marked as solved, it can be automatically locked and a new Solved prefix and badge will be added to the topic title. A new filtering option to filter topics on their solved status will be added at the topic list. And as last, but certainly not least, anytime someone will mark a topic as solved and/or unsolved, the action will be logged in at the Moderator Logs. Pobierz plik
  13. Outside your window, the leaves have burst into fiery reds and oranges. A crisp breeze floats in the air. The birds have long chirped their good-byes. And you’re sipping a hot cup of apple cider, contemplating the change in season. The holidays are almost here. The end of the year is one of the best chances to take stock your community and provide an emotive experience for your members. It’s a chance to reflect upon what you learned, what new initiatives you started, and what you still have ahead of you. It’s a chance to provide a sense of closure to the year and to ignite one more burst of community-wide goodwill. In short, the holiday season is an amazing opportunity to bring your community together one last time in 2018. Here are 16 ideas for the holidays in four categories. Try to select at least one idea from each category for a holiday plan that runs the gamut of the community experience. Choose the ones that you especially like; gather your staff members to brainstorm; and put together a plan that’ll navigate you better than Santa’s reindeer through the holidays! Design One of the easiest and simplest things you can do is to update your community’s design for the holiday to provide an immediate visual impact. Users love to see fun twists on your theme. 1. Tweak your logo with falling snow or twinkling lights. 2. Replace your forum icons with holiday ones. 3. Go bold and install a whole new holiday theme from the Marketplace. 4. Coordinate the holiday design across all of your social media and web properties. Remembrance Your 2018 was filled with emotional triumphs and tribulations. Did your community accomplish something great? How many new members did you welcome? Did you lose any members? Create a shared experience that binds and connects your community closer together. 1. Craft a year-end mailer that chronicles your community’s victories and struggles. 2. Post a “Did You Remember This?” topic that reconnects with all the funniest, informative, and most poignant topics. 3. Edit a “Top Moments of 2018” montage that highlights the biggest events that transformed your community in the past year. 4. Memorialize members who have moved on or departed your community. Appreciation Holidays are all about demonstrating appreciation for your loved ones, and your community is no different. Take the time to demonstrate an authentic and warm appreciation for all members who have shared the past year with you. 1. Promote new users who have done a superb job of supporting the community over the year. 2. Send out physical or digital gifts as a token of your appreciation to key members. 3. Write individualized messages for every staff member that highlights their wonderful contributions. 4. Send a thank-you note to Invision Community in the comments below on how using Invision Community has helped propel your community’s growth in 2018. Celebration Finally, the holidays are a season of celebration. Spread tidings of joy and merriment to all members in your community, social media, and offline for all-around cheer. 1. Count down to the holidays with different daily announcement using the Announcements feature. 2. Write a year-end “2018 Celebration Message” mailer to applaud all the great events from 2018 3. Host a winter giveaway with special holiday packages or gifts. 4. Throw a holiday party as a meet-up, using Calendar and Venues, to mingle with your members in person. Reconnect your members one more time in 2018 with a rich and shared story of the past year. The holidays are an intensely emotional time that can provide an occasion for remembrance, an occasion for appreciation, and most of all, an occasion of celebration of all great things that have happened and are yet to come. Let your community be the gift that keeps on giving. Happy holidays to all Invision Community clients, and may your winter holidays be filled with joyous cheer and community friendship! Joel R is a mystery wrapped inside an enigma. When he's not running his own successful community, he's peppering Invision Community's private Slack channel with his feedback, community management experience and increasingly outrageous demands (everything is true except the last part). Wyświetl pełny wpis
  14. Sun kissed beaches or snowscapes? Bustling cities or quiet villages? The question we posted this month was: If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be? In theory we could work from anywhere in the world that has a decent internet connection, but where would we choose to live? Mark Wade It was only a few months ago that I was asking myself this exact question! I've always enjoyed telling people that of the great things about working on the Internet is that I can work anywhere in the world, all I have to do is bring a laptop - and yet, despite saying that, I was still living in the little English town that I was born in. At the end of last year I decided it was time to actually take advantage of that so I moved Sydney, Australia. Sydney has everything you could ever want. First, obviously it's a major city with all the conveniences and excitement of that, and even moreso than a lot of places it always has stuff going on (the first time I was strolling past Darling Harbour on a Saturday evening and had this conversation: "oh wow a fireworks display, what's the occasion?" / "...it's saturday?" - I knew I was in a good place). But for when you want some quiet time, there's some of the world's most gorgeous beaches on one side of the city, and mountain forests on the other. It's perfect. Australian ambassadors in the late 1980s Jim Morrissey So recently (last 2 years) have been doing some traveling during winter months and I've seriously underestimated previously how much living in Florida for the past 20 years has ruined me. This has led me to where I can't live anywhere else but a tropical climate with 100% humidity now. As well, the thought of driving my cars in the snow/salt is even more unappealing than the cold/dryness. In short, I've come to realize, I'm quite happy in Florida. Florida is nice, but it's no Skegness Brandon I would move to Costa Rica. Not because it's exotic, and beautiful, and has tons of fun things to do and see. But because I could have health care without having to pull out a second mortgage. Forget Costa Rica, the UK has Costa Coffee Matt I'm rather fond of the UK but I do love America, so I think I'd split my time three ways. Spend the UK in the summer (that may be about 3 weeks based on an average year), spend the winter somewhere warm, perhaps on the south coast of America with the exception of a few weeks around Christmas where I'd take the kids somewhere filled with snow. Mark H If I could live anywhere I wanted to (and financing was not an obstacle), that would be Hawaii. First because its average temperature doesn’t change much over the year and is nearly tropical year-round, but also because it’s the only State in the U.S. that I have not yet visited. Having lived in Minnesota nearly all my life, as I get older the less I can tolerate Winter each year. Jennifer So I love where I live currently. Arizona (particularly in the valley) is amazing. It's mostly hot but absolutely no snow (albeit sometimes it gets cold enough that there is frost on cars). I think out of the 20 years I've lived here I've only truly seen snow in the valley 1 time and it didn't last long. My secondary location would be Australia. It has a similar climate, some really awesome people and Amanda Palmer visits their regularly so I'd finally be able to see one of her shows. Overall, as long as it doesn't snow you can basically consider it an ideal location for me. That awkward moment when Arizona buys the wrong bridge Andy I’ve always had a strong attraction to Scandinavia and particularly Norway. There’s something quite appealing about the remoteness, nature and freedom to make your own life choices. Unfortunately I’m not at all tolerant of the cold so I don’t think I could live there permanently. Am I allowed to split my time between Norway and Italy? Remoteness? Can I interest you in Wales? Marc S I think if I could live anywhere in the world, I would probably live in Australia. Simply because I hate winter. I don't like the cold, and prefer 30c+ every day if I had the option. In fact if I went back in time, I would certainly have done that knowing what I know now. Having children and family around, it's not something I would likely do at this stage in my life. Where would you like to live? Let us know in the comments below. Wyświetl pełny wpis
  15. Ever since its first release, the REST API built into the Invision Community software has proven to be a very powerful and well-received feature. We love seeing what our clients and modification authors are able to do with the level of integration afforded to them through this capability, and so it is only natural that we have looked to expand the functionality in our upcoming 4.4 release. Poll Support Beginning with 4.4, you will now be able to create and update polls for both topics and blog entries through the REST API. Of course, modification authors can use this new endpoint. Warn Reasons You will also now be able to manage warn reasons through the REST API. This includes fetching a list of reasons, as well as fetching an individual reason, creating warn reasons, updating existing warn reasons, and deleting warn reasons. Event Venues Event venues can now be listed and individual venues fetched through the REST API, and you can now add, update and delete event venues through the REST API. Member Notifications You can now retrieve a list of notifications for a specific member through the REST API, useful if you were to attempt to recreate the notifications menu on a third party website (for example). Warning Users The REST API will now expose the warnings a user has received through a new endpoint. Additionally, you can fetch individual warnings, issue new warnings, undo and/or delete issued warnings, and acknowledge warnings through the REST API. If you are building a site wrapper around your community, you can leverage this functionality to ensure that users are unable to post elsewhere on your site if they have unacknowledged warnings within the community (and also to provide them with a way to acknowledge those warnings right on your site). The REST API Reference Node permissions Beginning with 4.4, you will now be able to set the permissions for a node when adding or updating it through the REST API (for example, you can now adjust the permissions for a forum or a downloads category through the REST API). Many clients noticed that while they could create new nodes through the API, the nodes would be unusable until an administrator manually went in and specified the permissions, so this change can eliminate this extra step in many situations. Event filtering You will now also be able to filter the events you pull through the Calendar REST API endpoints by start and end date (e.g. so you can show events within a specific time frame, such as the current week), and you can now also specify to sort the events returned by the event start date or the event end date. Clubs And finally, for those who leverage clubs on their communities, we have built in full REST API support for clubs. You can list all clubs, return a specific club, create new clubs, update existing clubs, and delete clubs through the REST API. Further, you can list all members in a club, add a specific member to a specific club, remove a member from a club, fetch the content types available for use within a club (i.e. so you can determine which applications are installed and have club support on a given site), fetch the nodes (displayed as tabs/sections within a club) created within a club, and delete nodes from a club. Important behind the scenes steps, such as generating invoices for members requesting to join paid clubs, are all handled automatically for you when using the REST API. We believe these changes will help clients better integrate with our software and open up new possibilities with their websites. Would you like us to add any other endpoints? Let us know in the comments below! Wyświetl pełny wpis
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