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  1. Vertiforo theme was made few years ago for gaming communities who were looking for dark designs. This is rewritten version of Vertiforo known from other forum software. As this is my first release on IPB whole cost of this theme is lowered. All customers can get fast support on my discord. Because this is first release I know there could be some bugs or problems with third part plugins but you won't be left with that! I will fix all bugs which prevent to use additional functionalities 馃檪 Please check gallery of screenshot from live version. If you want to check my demo board please click here. To enable custom nodes you have to buy this plugin (paid once with lifetime updates if needed): Version 1.0.0 functions: - logo display + animation - render left and render right display + animation - background smoke effect - background image + animation - responsive design - you can change main color (default orange) in one form - custom footer panel with 4 panels This project will be supported. You can check reviews of this theme from other forum soft. Pobierz plik
  2. This adds a button to your site that is visible to guests that will link to a whatsapp contact number of your choice. Looks great and keeps your visitors in close contact at any given time. settings in acp for custom message text in header custom avatar custom dummy message text Demo at http://dtweb.space/ Warning!!!!! Anybody installs this and adds their phone number, is essentially giving their phone number to every guest on the site. Pobierz plik
  3. One of the most popular requests we get for Commerce is for a free trial period for subscriptions. We've heard from many clients that wish to allow their members a free, or reduced cost trial period before auto-renewing the full price. I'm pleased to say that we've now added this functionality into Invision Community 4.5. Let us take a look at how it works. Initial Terms In 4.5 you can now specify an initial term that is different to the normal renewal term for any subscription plan or product. For example, you could make the initial term $0 for 1 week and the normal renewal term $10 per month which will allow you to create 1 week free trial. The initial term doesn't have to be $0, you can use any special price for the initial term you like. Subscription Plans showing Free Trials For developers creating their own applications with Commerce integration, this functionality is also available to you simply by passing a DateInterval object representing the initial term when creating the invoice. Collecting Payment Details for Free Trials Previously, if you were buying something that is free, the entire of the last step of the checkout would just be skipped and the invoice marked as paid. In 4.5, if: The user is purchasing something which has a free initial period, but also has a renewal term (i.e. is a free trial), and You have a payment method which can collect card details (Stripe, Braintree, etc) The user will be prompted to provide payment details that will not be charged until after the free trial. If the user already has a card on file they will not be prompted to provide the details again but will see a confirmation screen rather than the order just being marked paid immediately. Checkout Process for a Free Trial As you can see, allowing a free or reduced cost trial period has never been easier. We hope that you enjoy using this new feature of Invision Community 4.5. Wy艣wietl pe艂ny wpis
  4. We started talking about Invision Community 4.5 way back in November of last year. Now, less than six months later, it's ready for you to test. While we put the finishing touches to a few features, we have set up a preview site so you can test out the new features, leave your feedback and make a note of any bugs you spot. Head over now to the Invision Community Alpha test site. Please be aware that this test site is running in 'development mode' so it is automatically updated with the latest fixes throughout the day. This means it has to work extra hard on each click as there are no caches, pre-built languages or templates to use, so it will be a lot slower than a production version. So please don't worry about it being a touch slow, and definitely don't try and run Page Speed analysis tools on the alpha site! You can read about the headline features over in our product updates blog. Let us know what you think! Wy艣wietl pe艂ny wpis
  5. Royal 1.1 Dark ( - 4$ Until Quarantine disappears ) - SUPPORT TOPIC DEMO: http://cyberpixelz.com/forums/ ( user: demo / pass: demo ) ABOUT THEME: 馃摙 UserInfoPane integrated in the topic ( so, you dont need plugins for that ) + online/offline status.If you dont like custom UserinfoPanel you can dezactivate it from ACP.It's fully customizable. 馃摙Change Menu Links from ACP ( hardcoded ) 馃摙MegaFooter ( You can modify the footer from ACP ) Enable / Disable - And change the text and links + other things. 馃摙Fully responsive ( 100% ) 馃摙Customizable Colors from ACP 馃摙If you want the psd files you need to send me a pm 馃摙Header IMG customizable from ACP 馃摙Avatars max 150x300px 馃摙Sidebar custom personal statistics ( you can dezactivate that from acp ).It will apear on every page with sidebar only 馃摙Staff team in footer ( you need to put every staff member id in the last boxes ) 馃摙News ticker customizable from ACP 馃摙Post container actions included ( the post container actions position are influenced by theme fluidity ) 馃摙Customizable social links in footer INFO: For minor changes im open for free ( so just give me a pm ) or use the SUPPORT TOPIC I used FontAwesome & Material Icons For more info's check cyberpixlez webiste INFO 2: It's a beta theme, for bugs check support topic, and everything will be fixed ( mention me ) If you want so see previous theme enter here ( CHECK ALL MY STUFFS HERE ) Pobierz plik
  6. Advanced footer Advanced footer allows you to add a footer to your site with as many blocks as you want, including feeds from Forums, Gallery, Downloads, Pages, Facebook page feed, Twitter timeline feed, Adding members block, Custom Editor/HTML blocks and more. Beautiful and clean design it is fully responsive and perfectly suits your theme due to its highly customizable options, it is entirely customizable, resizable, and reorderable. This Application was developed by Taman https://invisioncommunity.com/profile/537452-taman/ and released under https://invisioncommunity.com/files/file/8459-advanced-footer/ until he gave it to us to continue to maintain it. Features Custom blocks. Custom HTML/Editor blocks. Member blocks. Quick Links. Social blocks ( Facebook page feed, Twitter timeline feed, Social links ) Feed from IPS applications. ( New ) Forums. Gallery. Downloads. Pages. Create columns and optionally show it to specific themes, you can also set a custom column background color. ( New ) Create blocks and optionally set a specific width or a custom background color. ( New ) Resizable and reorderable Columns/blocks. Custom color options. / or Match colors to your theme. Creating footer rows Creating blocks Pobierz plik
  7. Simple application for rewarding members. In current version can't auto-reward members, or hide awards from some groups, so if you want this features - you can see others awards application (after I made it, I see that there're already exists iAwards and Trophies and Medals here in marketplace). I made it special for my community, so it may looks something strange, but I could change something by request. Features Categories and Types creation, when someone can reward members with selected type award Admin CP restrictions for managing settings, types, categories and awards Moderator restrictions for rewarding members (as usual, could be set to group or single member) and autoconfirm rewarding Awards confirming. If not confirmed, noone could see award Notifications - internal and emails. Only for confirmed awards (after first time it set to "confirmed") Multilanguage awards settings - you could set own titles and descriptions for every community language Display last awards in topics and profiles under photo - you could disable it in settings Display in activity as other events P.S. I'm working with IPB for 15 years, but it is my first published app. I will be glad to receive feedback 馃槂 Pobierz plik
  8. We have announced a lot of new things coming soon with Invision Community 4.5. Most of these are pretty big new features worth a blog on their own. However, we've made a lot of smaller changes that may not deserve their own blog but still have a significant impact. Let's run through some of those. Performance Improvements For every major release, we take some time to run through the code and look at ways to make Invision Community run more efficiently. For Invision Community 4.5, we've made node forms, sitemaps and commonly run SQL queries more efficient, which is excellent news for you and your users who get reduced server load and a snappier community. TikTok Embed Although it confuses me greatly, TikTok has taken the internet by storm. We have added it to the embed list so pasting a TikTok share link automatically shows the video ready to play in the comment. A TikTok Upload Chunking Uploading large files can be tricky. Typically trying to push a large file to a server results in timeouts, memory issues and eventually frustration. We have added chunked uploading when using S3. Put simply; this uploads part of the file at a time to prevent memory issues and the server timing out waiting for the upload to finish. View Members by Rank Very recently, we were asked how you can view all members in the ACP of a specific rank. It turned out you couldn't. This quick change was added into Invision Community 4.5. Showing members with a specific rank in the AdminCP Download Statistics While Invision Community 4.5 has new and improved statistic displays, a common request was to be able to download the raw data. This is now possible. Export stats as a CSV Downloads In Invision Community 4.5, when you require approval of new versions of files submitted to Downloads, the original version will no longer be hidden from view. We've added a new flow for moderators to approve these new versions. Live Meta Tag Editor Invision Community 4.5 seemed like a great time to run through this feature and tweak the functionality to make it more useful. Now it's possible to remove default meta tags, and it's easier to remove custom tags. Closed Tag Autocomplete When using the closed tag system where a user can select from one of your preset tags, we have added a search box to make it easier to find a single tag from a list of potentially hundreds. EU Tax Support in Commerce Tax doesn't have to be taxing! But it generally is. Countries within the EU often have complex tax rates. Commerce now supports multiple tax rates for consumers, businesses and EU VAT-registered businesses. That concludes our mini round-up of all the things we've not talked about yet. Let me know which one you're looking forward to most! Wy艣wietl pe艂ny wpis
  9. Ever since Invision Community 4.0, there has been a huge focus on making communities multi-lingual by providing translation features inside the AdminCP. We have received a lot of feedback on our multi-lingual and translation tools over the past year, and we're happy to announce these new features coming to Invision Community 4.5. Pages Phrase Tools If you have the Pages application, you can also use these phrases in HTML pages and HTML Blocks without needing to visit the translation tools area. Simply use the tag editor in the sidebar when editing a page or block's contents. The new phrases sidebar options You can quickly create new multi-lingual phrases by clicking the + icon. The new add phrase dialog Additionally, WYSIWYG Blocks have now been made translatable, so you can now create WYSIWYG blocks that will display their content in specific languages. Translation Tools Language pack creators can now set a version update URL which is checked to notify admins within the AdminCP that an update available, just like the theme system. This is a great way to notify customers when fixes are available. Finally, you can now quickly add a new phrase from the Translation Tools page without the need to use the developer tools. The new "Add Phrase" option These little changes should make a huge difference in your workflow, and make it easier than ever to create fully multi-lingual pages throughout your site. Wy艣wietl pe艂ny wpis
  10. Special Offers Widget Fade Effect&Touch-swipe Beautiful slider widget For Discount information Or ... This widget is suitable for sidebar of forums Ability to zoom image And Next Slide Demo Settings: Set 4 Slide Enable And Disable Slide Set Title Widget Link To Image Offer Product Name Link Product Symbol Price Pobierz plik
  11. New bans system in Chatbox application. Selected member groups can manage chatbox bans. Can ban for a definite, indefinite period with reason. There are 3 types of bans: ban for chatbox viewing ban for chatting ban for viewing & chatting Pobierz plik
  12. Connections brings unique member discovery features to your community. Nurture relationships between your members by highlighting members with mutual connections and encourage interaction. Communities with deeper connections have unmatched longevity! Features Suggest new people for members to follow based on; Number of mutual connections. Friends of friends and friends of their friends. Reputation. Shared interests (Coming soon). Geographic location (Coming soon). A single location to see your followers and members you are following. A summary of content from members you follow (Requires Invision Community 4.5 or higher). Show the degrees of separation between your members on member profiles and hovercards. Pobierz plik
  13. Back To Top with progress Effect Useful user plugin for all forums Demo Settings: Pobierz plik
  14. If you've been around Invision Community for a while, you'll know our frontend default theme hasn't significantly evolved since the early days of 4.0. Indeed, the last significant refresh came with 4.2. With the upcoming release of 4.5, we wanted to revisit the default theme and give it a facelift for 2020, as well as make incremental improvements to the underlying codebase as a stepping stone to a bigger re-engineering in a future version. In this entry, I want to talk a little about some of the design decisions that went into building the new theme. Goals Redesigning for the sake of it is never a good idea, so we first laid out what we wanted to achieve: A brighter UI with more saturation & contrast and simpler overall color scheme Improved typography Better, more consistent, spacing around and between elements, especially on mobile Better logical grouping of sections of each page Reducing underutilized links/buttons on the page and finding alternative ways of making them available Improving how post states are displayed Modernizing and enhancing the underlying code that powers the default theme Let's talk a little about each of these. Brighter UI The most obvious change will be that our default colors are brighter and more saturated than before. Before making any changes, we first created a color scale for both neutrals and the brand color (blue, of course). This gave us a flexible but consistent palette of colors to choose from, with appropriate contrast built in. Neutrals have a touch of blue too to avoid seeming washed out. We've simplified the style, in particular reducing reliance on background colors to differentiate sections within cards (a card essentially being an ipsBox, for those who are familiar with our framework). Instead, we use spacing, borders and appropriate typography to achieve visual separation. Brighter default colors Simplifying the UI by removing block backgrounds Improving typography We've felt our typography has been somewhat muddled for some time - with a mixture of sizes, weights and colors used depending on the particular context. The first step to improving it was to create a typography scale that we could refer to and implement, to ensure we remained consistent throughout the product. Our typography scale (The keen-eyed amongst you may also notice we've switched our default font to Inter. Inter is a fantastic open source font that is ideal for text on the web, and was recently added to the Google Web Fonts project making it super simple for us to incorporate it into our default theme.) We've been much more deliberate about applying type styles, especially for titles, ensuring that they are always visually distinct from surrounding text. We've done this through both color and weight. As a result, pages should instinctively feel more organized and logical than before. An example of improved typography, from the Downloads app Improved spacing (especially on mobile) We identified that spacing (padding and margins) needed some improvement. A lot of spacing values were arbitrary and inconsistent, leading to poor visual harmony across any given page. Most troubling of all, on mobile sizes we simply halved desktop padding values. While this was a reasonable approach in the days of phones with small screens, it has felt decidedly dated for some time. Phone screens are now typically larger and able to accommodate roomier UIs without appearing comical. In 4.5, we have done away with that approach, and the impact was immediate. Mobile sizes now get a much more pleasant interface, with elements having room to breathe. In addition, we've also made most cards full-width to provide additional breathing space for content. Posts can finally breathe on mobile There are numerous other tweaks across the product too: default spacing has been increased a little, data tables (e.g. topic listing) get extra vertical spacing, and spacing between elements has become more consistent. Improved grouping of related elements Prior to 4.5, most content areas existed inside cards. However, one notable exception to this was page headers and as a result, they could feel particularly disorganized, especially for users who had many controls in this part of the page (such as staff). To solve this problem, we've developed a new, standardized design for content item page headers, giving them their own cards and consistent button placement. Topic view header Some areas don't necessarily fit into the same design pattern above. In those areas, we've tweaked styling to suit the context, while still adhering to our overall aesthetic. Calendar header Messenger conversation header Reducing underutilized links/buttons Finally, another area we identified as needing improvement is the abundance of tools, made up of links and buttons, across pages. Many of these are only used occasionally and so would be better moved out of the main view to simplify the page. Two particular areas we focused on were share links and postbits (both forum posts and comments in other apps). Research shows social share links are used by a vanishingly small percentage of users, so even though they were at the bottom of the page, it was unnecessary to make them so prominent (given their eye-catching colors). To solve this, we've added a share link to the page header, with the social network links themselves in a popup menu. The result is ideal: sharing functionality is unobtrusive but obvious. Share links in content items Comment areas have also suffered from 'button creep' over the years. A typical comment will contain a report link, a share link, a quote link and multiquote button, reactions, plus IP address, checkbox, edit and options links for certain users. That is a lot of visual noise around the important part: the content. We've therefore simplified comment boxes as much as is reasonable. Reporting and sharing comments/posts is now available in the post options menu, as are any tools for the author/staff. Quoting and reacting are two primary interactions for users, so they of course retain their position in the control bar. Simpler postbits, even for staff Improving post states Posts/comments in Invision Community can have many states - sometimes more than one. Posts can be hidden/unapproved, popular, recommended, solved (new in 4.5!) or highlighted because of the author's group. It's always been a challenge to indicate these statuses well. In previous versions, we added a border but the most prominent indicator was a flag in the top-right corner of the post. This had three problems: Due to the lack of space (thanks to report/share links), showing more than one flag was difficult. Showing any flags on mobile was messy because of the space constraints. The meaning of the flags was not obvious, especially to new users. Group-highlighted posts had no flag, just a border, which made them even more difficult to understand. With the top-right corner of posts now tidied up and free from fluff, we were able to much more effectively use this space to indicate post statuses. In 4.5, posts and comments will show badges when they have a particular status, as well as a more attractive semi-transparent border. For group-highlighted posts, we show the group name instead (the colors of this highlight are still controllable via theme settings). A post with two states: group highlighted and popular This works much better on mobile too, where the status badges get the prominence they deserve: Mobile post statuses Modernizing the underlying code I wrote about the technical improvements behind the theme in a previous entry. If you're a theme designer or edit the theme for your own community, go and check it out now! Wrapping up As well as these large-scale concepts, you'll notice many other smaller enhancements as you start using the new theme. I've shown some snippets of pages in the screenshots above, but I've included some full-page views below so you can see the overall aesthetic and how these pieces fit together. Modernizing and refreshing our default theme has been needed for some time, but we view this as just a stepping stone to future work that will be reserved for a major version bump, and we're excited to figure out where we go next. Screenshots Desktop forum views (click to expand) Mobile forum views (click to expand) Activity streams & messenger (click to expand) Wy艣wietl pe艂ny wpis
  15. This plugin adds a dark mode button for all your users at the touch of a button. simple lightweight code and easy to switch on and off. Pobierz plik
  16. If you've been around Invision Community for a while, you'll know our frontend default theme hasn't significantly evolved since the early days of 4.0. Indeed, the last significant refresh came with 4.2. With the upcoming release of 4.5, we wanted to revisit the default theme and give it a facelift for 2020, as well as make incremental improvements to the underlying codebase as a stepping stone to a bigger re-engineering in a future version. Keep an eye out for our next blog for more on the facelift. In this entry, I want to go over some of the design and code-level changes we've implemented that will be of particular interest to third-party theme designers, or those building a custom theme for their community. IE11 Support Until now, we've supported IE11 as a 'B' browser - meaning we didn't aim for perfect support (especially visually), but did aim to make all functionality work, and we fixed IE11-specific issues if possible. As of 4.5, we no longer support IE11 in any way and Invision Community will not work well in that browser. By removing support for IE11, we are able to make use of newer CSS technologies which significantly eases development for us and third-party designers. I'll discuss some of those below. Combined theme settings We've combined a number of existing theme settings into one new setting. We've found that settings like poll_bar, step_background, rating_hover and so on are nearly always set to the same color - typically the site's main brand color. These settings have therefore been replaced with one new brand_color setting, which is used throughout the CSS in places where this primary color would be needed. This will simplify the early stages of theme development and make it easier to match branding in Invision Community. Front end colors Removing hardcoded colors While our theme settings have allowed community owners to change most colors, there were still many hardcoded in our CSS framework. These were typically neutral colors used for things like 'close' links, semi-transparent backgrounds and so on, but it was enough to make creating a dark theme an unrealistic prospect without an awful lot of effort (and kudos to those designers who have offered dark themes up until now!). In 4.5, we've removed hardcoded colors from our framework, and instead rely on colors already defined by theme settings. You can now, finally, create a dark theme just by editing the built-in theme settings. Type scale & {fontsize} tag While we've had fixed type-size classes (e.g. ipsType_normal) for a long time, in practice many elements had their own font sizes set. This leads to inconsistency and poor visual rhythm too. Another side effect is it was also tough to globally change the font size (such as for branding purposes, or to create a theme for visually-impaired users). To solve these problems, we first created a type scale; that is, a fixed number of sizes to choose from. A product the size of Invision Community does have need for a flexibility, so we settled on the following scale: x_small: 12; small: 13; medium: 14; base: 16; large: 18; x_large: 20; 2x_large: 24; 3x_large: 30; 4x_large: 36. All of these values are editable as theme settings, so each theme can adjust the type scale used. Our default CSS in 4.5 has been fully updated to put all type on this scale. To actually make use of these settings, we have added a new {fontsize} tag which accepts either a scale key, or a specific pixel size (for those occasional situations where a specific size is absolutely needed, e.g. icons). Why couldn't we just use {theme="x_small"}, or even CSS variables? To solve the problem of globally scaling text, we have also added a percentage-based scale setting that will save you from having to create your own type scale. The {fontsize} tag automatically applies the global scale to any values passed into it. Want text in your theme to be twice as big as default? Simply set the global type scale to 200% and the entire theme will reflect the change immediately. The new font size options Spacing scale The lack of a consistent spacing scale has led to some arbitrary values being used in any given situation, which again has had a negative impact on the visual harmony of our design. We've therefore implemented a 4px spacing scale (using CSS variables rather than theme settings this time) and applied across almost all padding/margin values. In time, we anticipate fully switching all measurement values to the scale. New CSS class families We have added a range of new spacing classes for padding and margins, allowing far more control over how these are applied, especially on different device sizes. Previously, ipsPad (15px) was simply halved on small screens - with no 'opt-out' short of adding specific CSS. We've felt this has been imprecise for some time, especially since mobile devices typically have larger screens in 2020 and don't need to be so tightly-spaced. ipsPad_all now replaces the existing ipsPad, and does not halve itself on small screens. Instead, there's a new responsive naming convention that allows you to apply specific padding on specific device sizes: ipsPad_all:double md:ipsPad_all sm:ipsPad_all:half In this arbitrary example, desktop size (the default) get double padding, medium (tablets) get regular padding and small (phones) get half padding. We've added similar classes for top, bottom, left and right padding, as well as horizontal, vertical and none (to removing all padding) shortcuts. For margins, the old ipsSpacer_* classes have been replaced with a new ipsMargin family that work exactly the same as the padding classes above, with the same range of flexibility. The old ipsPad/ipsSpacer classes will continue working as they did before for backwards compatibility, but should be considered deprecated from 4.5 onwards. We've also added a whole range of new ipsFlex classes, also with responsive controls (making it easy to have horizontal layouts on desktop and vertical layouts on mobile, for example), as well as a new ipsGap utility that automatically adds spacing between elements, without requiring manual :first-child/:last-child exclusions. CSS variables & calc() In 4.5, thanks to IE11 support ending, we're finally making use of CSS variables and calc() to make CSS more maintainable and easier to customize. A lot of repeating or often-customized styles - such as form field styles, message colors, card styles, border radii etc. - are now created as CSS variables, allowing theme designers to easily change styling in one place. Instead of magic numbers, we either stick to our spacing scale, or use calc() to avoid hardcoded numbers. The future The work we've done so far is just a 'first-pass'. We'll be pressing forward with modernization throughout the 4.5.* series and beyond with a view to reducing our footprint, improving our ability to maintain our CSS and, of course, making theming easier for our customers. Wy艣wietl pe艂ny wpis
  17. Lightweight theme that allows your users to switch from light mode to dark mode in the blink of an eye! lightweight css easy updates compatible with all apps great looking theme for any site! Demo here http://dtweb.space/index.php Pobierz plik
  18. Invision Community introduced drag and drop widgets many years ago. These widgets allowed anyone to add blocks to existing views, and to build up entirely new pages. These widgets were great for quickly adding content to a page, but they weren't incredibly customizable. For Invision Community 4.5, we've added three new Page Builder widgets which allow you a little more control. For an overview of this new feature, please take a look at the video below. As you can see, these new widgets offer a lot of customization without the need to code any CSS or HTML. You can add background colours and images, adjust padding and borders and even add colour overlays right from the widget menu. The new Page Builder widget options Blandness be gone! Now you can let your creativity loose on your pages and all other views that have the drag and drop zones. I'd love to know what you think of this new feature; please let me know below! Wy艣wietl pe艂ny wpis
  19. This is a simple plugin which will show a warning at the top of any old topics. You can define an "old" topic based on a specific date cutoff, or by a number of days old (i.e. to show a message at the top of any topics that are more than 365 days old). You can specify the date for date-based cutoffs, or the number of days for the days-old cutoff. The message is displayed at the top and bottom of every page of the topic. This simple utility can help prevent super-old topics from being bumped when users reach them from search engines. Pobierz plik
  20. Description This app allows you to run elections on your board, good for members who wan't to run for staff positions etc. How it works Admin adds an Organization. Admin then adds the Positions. Admin then adds the Ballot. Admin then adds positions for those Ballot. Admin then adds Nominees for those Positions. Then the Voters vote. Pobierz plik
  21. Not a fan of Google? Would you like to start earning money for every CAPTCHA challenge completed on your site? Well take a look at hCaptcha. hCaptcha is a drop in replacement for Google's reCAPTCHA project with a few notable differences. hCaptcha boasts stronger user privacy policies. hCaptcha pays you when captcha challenges are successfully completed. There's really not much more to say but let me know if you have any questions about how it works. After installing this application you'll simply need to go to your CAPTCHA configuration (in the AdminCP this can be found under Settings > Spam Prevention > CAPTCHA tab), choose hCaptcha as the CAPTCHA method, and then input the site key and site secret you generate on hCaptcha's site. That's it! Start earning money on your community immediately. Pobierz plik
  22. This plugin will add 11 new social profiles/sites to your board. They are: Bitbucket Digg IMDB Reddit Spotify Stack Overflow Steam Telegram Trello Vimeo Whatsapp Setting: Sort the list of sites alphabetically Pobierz plik
  23. Managing a community as a team makes internal communication an essential part of its successful management. There are times where you want to leave notes for other staff on specific topics that you're watching. Perhaps a member is close to breaking the rules, or it might be that you want to keep the topic focused and on point so wish to split off-topic posts into a different area. Whatever the reason, Invision Community 4.5 adds the ability to leave private staff notes on topics. For some time, Invision Community has had the ability for staff to leave public notes. Now, in 4.5, staff can choose between public and private notes. This change was made based on customer feedback, so thank you! We do read and listen to all the feedback you leave. Who is looking forward to Invision Community 4.5? Let us know below! Wy艣wietl pe艂ny wpis
  24. The plugin adds a new setting to the configuration of the record feeds from the database, allowing you to specify the offset when fetching data. Pobierz plik
  25. Define custom redirects to send a user visiting any URL you wish to another URL. Upon installing this plugin, a new page is available in the AdminCP under System > Settings > Advanced Settings by clicking the "Manage Custom Redirects" button at the top right. From here, you can add URL mappings that you wish to redirect to other destinations. You can use wildcards for fine-grained control over the visited URL, and optionally ignore query string parameters if you want all requests to a given page to redirect. Both onsite and offsite destinations are supported. You can optionally show a custom message when the user is redirected, and you can control which HTTP status code is sent to the user agent (301, 302 or 303). Pobierz plik
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