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  3. This application will allow administrators to read conversations on Admin CP. If admins has a special permission, they will also be able to VIEW hidden conversations, EDIT, HIDE/UNHIDE conversations (from appearing on PM Viewer application) and INVITE/REMOVE MEMBERS from conversations. Conversations can also be tracked by filtering keywords. If a specific keyword added by an admin is used on Conversation, users from selected group will receive a notification with a link to the conversation on PM Viewer application. Admins can also use tools to HIDE or UNHIDE all conversations with one click. Settings: Number of conversations per page Number of log entries per page Enable keyword monitoring Keywords to monitor Notification Groups: Members from selected groups will be notified when someone sends a private message that contaims a monitored keyword. Groups Permissions: Protected groups: If a member from a selected group is involved in a conversation, then this conversation will be not viewable in the PM Viewer application regardless of who else is involved. Can view HIDDEN conversations Can HIDE/UNHIDE conversations Can INVITE/REMOVE members from conversations Can EDIT message content: Users will also be able to view Revisions from posts and delete/restore the original text Tools: Hide All Conversations Unhide All Conversations Logs: Added log in all actions: view a conversation, hide/unhide conversation, add/remove users from conversations and restore or delete a revision from a post Added a Logs module to display Admin Logs from this application. Compatibility: IPS Community 4.3.X IPS Community 4.2.X IPS Community 4.1.X Additional Informations: Application originally made by @Adriano. He gave it to me to continue support and add new features. All previous purchased will be added. If you bought this mod before and you can't download it - let me know. I'll check it. If you have any suggestion or found a bug - let me know. Pobierz plik
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  5. This plugin allows users to easily create topics about steam games and fill them with content automatically. Features Users can add steam games to topics. After attaching the information, which can be done easily using a search with auto complete, the thread will show various information about the game above the post. Discussed steam games can be shown in blocks. Posting games can be restricted to certain forums. Game forums can show steam content with the game logo above the topic list. Access rights to edit and post games. How to Install Go to ACP > applications and upload the downloaded tar file After installation the plugin will pull a full list of steam games in the background which will be updated once per day. This games can be attached to topics as shown in the screenshots. Demo noexcept.de This plugin is in not affiliated with or endorsed by Steam or Valve Software. Pobierz plik
  6. With this plugin you will be able to display full navigation items where the reported content is located. It's very helpfull on larger boards with many moderators assigned to different categories etc. Pobierz plik
  7. With this widget you may display all posts added by the following members only. NOTE: you may also use it in the other place - skin or Pages blocks/templates also by using special template bit. More info you would find in the readme txt file after purchase. It's initial release - if you need more options please send me your suggestions or request after purchase. Pobierz plik
  8. This plugin will give the ability to topic authors to run specific topic Saved Actions allowed by the administrator. Public Saved Actions will appear only to the topic author and if the author doesn't has mod permission to run regular Saved Actions. Requirement: Forums app Pobierz plik
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  10. This application will add a global message to your forum. Global messages can be added from the Admin Panel and/or through the front end via the global Create button. They can also be managed from both places. Messages: Messages contain titles and content that supports the rich editor. Displaying Permissions: Each message can be displayed to all or certain group(s). Each message can be displayed in all or certain forum(s). All messages can be excluded from showing at the applications of your choosing. Global Dismiss: Your users can dismiss the global messages once they have read them. When the messages are edited, they will reappear again to users who had dismissed them so they can read the new updates. Pobierz plik
  11. This plugin will add the ability to display all posts made by a specific user in a topic. All the moderation and topic features are still available (except reply to the topic) for those who can use them. Pobierz plik
  12. This application will add an Affiliate Directory to your forum on a separate page that is linked to the Menu Manager. After affiliates have been added they will be displayed categorised on the affiliate page and as a sidebar widget too. Categories: Admins can add unlimited categories from the application 's category page in the Admin Panel. Each category will display the affiliates that it contains. Adding Affiliates: Admins can add affiliate links from the Admin Panel and from the front end too. Other groups can add affiliates from the front end in the affiliate page or from the global Create button. The add form contains the name of the category where the affiliate will belong to, the title of the affiliate, a brief description as to what it is about, the image upload option and the url to where you want the image to be redirected to when clicked on. Daily Limit: A limit of how many affiliates users can add can be set for each group at their affiliate permissions tab. Image Width&Height: They can both can be set from the application 's settings. Affiliate Management: Admins will be able to manage affiliates, editing or deleting them from either the Admin Panel or the front end, where a list of all added affiliates is displayed. Admins can also delete all affiliates in one go from the affiliate page. Users can edit/delete own and/or all affiliates depending on the permissions that they have. Hoover Card Affiliate Count: An option to show the affiliate count of users is available in their user cards. Affiliate Pagination: You can set the number of affiliates that will be displayed per page on front end from the application 's setting page. Custom Search: Users can search for affiliates submited by users, posted between a certain time frime, title and description. Pobierz plik
  13. $100 is our special introductory price for the first 50 customers. Once we hit 50 customers the price will be increased to $199 and quizzes and assignments will be added to the core application. MisesLMS allows you and your community to create their own Schools within the community. Inside of those schools you and your community members can create and charge (optional) for access to educational courses. As the site admin, you can set a base commission. As a school owner, or Dean, of the school, you can set a commission rate for courses within your school. Using the power of IPS Group system, the possibilities are endless. Here is how the LMS breaks down: Schools Courses Modules (a kind of Category for your lessons) Lessons Quizzes and Assignments (coming in a future release) Clubs: optionally you can assign a course to a club, granting access to a course's enrolled students to a club. As you can imagine this opens up a LOT of opportunity and functionality to your students and instructors. MisesLMS is a core application. This means that it is meant to be built upon with applications, plugins, themes, and integrations both by us and by third-party developers. The core application has everything you need to get up and running with creating and selling schools, courses, modules, and lessons. Quizzes, Assignments, and Certifications are not yet included in this release but they will be added in the near future provided we sell at least 25 copies of MisesLMS at the current introductory price. We have created a website for MisesLMS where you can test the system out for yourself as well as provide suggestions, bug reports, third-party applications, and find support documentation (coming soon). Requirements: Commerce is required to sell courses using the LMS. We have not tested the application without commerce installed. LMS what? LMS stands for Learning Management System. Learning, because you use it to deliver education courses or training programs. Management, because it helps you organize these courses (create them, change them, assign them to students, grade them, etc). System, just a fancy word that translates to "Application" or "Software". Just like Word helps you write documents and Gmail helps you manage your emails, an LMS is a software program that helps you create, manage and deliver online educational courses Who uses an LMS? Anybody who's doing eLearning is using an LMS ― and that includes a whole lot more than just educational institutions. To give a non-exhaustive list: Businesses of all sizes, from large multinational enterprises to small and medium businesses. Traditional educational institutions (schools, universities, colleges). Online and eLearning based educational institutions (online schools from Khan Academy to Lynda.com). And now, online communities of all sizes. What are they using an LMS for? An LMS can be used for all kinds of learning activities. But it's also an invaluable business tool, one that has been embraced by enterprises and organizations big and small. Here are some of the most common use cases for an LMS platform: Employee training The need to train new employees or teach existing employees new skills is a constant, whether you are an insurance company, a scooter factory, a hospital or a government organization. With an LMS you can cut down on costs and eliminate business disruptions associated with traditional learning, by letting your employees study the material online and at their own pace. Employee or Community Member orientation The all-important task of onboarding a new hire or new community member can be automated and handled easily by an LMS. It's also a good place to educate your new hires on your company's employee conduct code, privacy guidelines, and race/sexual harassment policies. Teach your community members how to navigate your community, use the site, forums, applications, etc etc. Knowledge retention Training your employees is one thing, but learning from them is also important. A knowledge retention program ensures that valuable skills, techniques and information stays with your company when your employees leave or retire. It's also a good fit for an LMS platform, as you don't want this valuable information to just sit in some document management system that nobody ever checks, but to have it available at all times to train new employees or people coming from other departments. Education Last, but not least, an LMS is a good fit for general educational offerings. It could be a school selling online lessons, a traditional educational institution supplementing its classroom-based courses, a business educating its clients. In all these forms, and many more, eLearning is here to stay, to the degree that it might be the very future of learning. Pobierz plik
  14. Compact Theme is a dark modern theme for multiple purposes. It can be used anywhere as your community requires. It's a custom made theme, any bugs and problems, you cand use pm to contact me. 🌎 Theme will be constantly adding new features so there is much more to come. 🌎 No Renewals. 🌎 You can let ideeas below.Features :- Fully responsive- UserInfo Panel integrated ( you dont need a plugin ) - Custom Menu & other things! Pobierz plik
  15. This plugin will add a limit on how many posts users can posts in certain forums. The daily limit can be set and configured on a forum per forum per forum basis, under the Daily Posts tab. From the plugin 's settings you can exclude groups from the daily limit. Pobierz plik
  16. Tickets is a simple Pages database that emulates a ticket system. In a few steps you can have your ticket system installed and ready to interact with your members, without cost. Each member will see their own tickets, so you must be logged in to view your content. DEMO User: Test Password: test Hope you like 👍 Pobierz plik
  17. This application allow administrator to add moderators to topics Pobierz plik
  18. In between complaining about the temperature of the United Kingdom, a hot topic in staff chat was what jobs we've done in the past, and which jobs we'd be terrible at. Mark said that Matt would be terrible at being a software engineer. Once all the laughter and clearing desks and leaving the building immediately had finished, we settled on these answers. Jennifer I'd be a terrible runway model. For most of my life I've had the height and the general look of a decent runway model (even like people staring at me) however I am terrible at it. This was not Photoshopped I get really nervous in front of large crowds of people, wobbly knees and everything. My mum does costume design and has used me as her model a few times and that whole "stand at the end of the runway for a few seconds and pose thing"... Nope. Stood there, turned around and walked back. Marc I think the job I would be terrible at would be 'Handy Man'. Picked this rather than just saying a joiner/carpenter, plumber etc, as it encompasses more areas of complete ineptitude. My DIY skills are legendary, but for all the wrong reasons. Whilst I'm actually attempting to learn how to do things myself more lately, I have had a history of doing things incorrectly. I am that guy who has 8 pieces left after putting together flatpack furniture, creates swimming pools whilst fixing a tap, and don't even ask me to put a hole in a wall as I can do so with dramatic effect. [Should have shared the picture of your workbench - Editor] I think the one which springs to mind, which most would find simple, would be putting up a shelf. I put up a DVD shelf above my head which was a fair weight. This lasted 1 week before falling off the wall on to my head which was underneath it. [That explains a lot - Editor] Not a problem, because with my 'expert' DIY skills I put it back on the wall with 8 inch screws and to ensure it didnt come down again I covered the wall facing side with extremely strong glue. 3 years later when my wife wanted this taking down to decorate, I took it down along with half of the wall behind it. This was the point where the decorator was called to fix my mistakes. Brandon I couldn't be President (or any major political position for that matter). I'm a very middle-of-the-road people pleaser type of person usually, and I could never handle having to make important decisions that affect everyone [like in git? - Editor], especially with half of everyone agreeing with me and half of everyone thinking it was the worst idea ever. As much as people like to criticize those in power and feel like they have all the answers, I know it's just not that easy and I would never want to be in their position. A nightmare vision of the future Jim Morrissey Cold call telephone sales/telemarketing. I often say I couldn't sell water to someone stuck in the desert. OK, maybe not *that* bad but definitely cannot get on the phone and convince someone product XYZ is the one for them. I'm also not that big of a talker in person and don't have that personality to just grab people on the phone and persuade them to purchase something they may not otherwise want. Half my personality, half ethics which would make me horrible Mark H A job at which I would be no good, is a politician. I’d be jailed within a week for strangling other politicians who open their mouth and spew the usual double-speak we’ve come to expect (and loathe) from them. [This is actually a toned down version of the original - Editor] Mark W I was struggling to come up with anything (because obviously I'd be great at anything, right?) but as the token vegan around here I guess I have to say butcher. The last time I ate meat was about 10 years ago and even walking past a butcher's makes me feel ill. Mark is Ultra Spiritual FAQ: Lots of things have protein; I kind of miss chocolate but not much else; Yes, I would eat you if we were on a desert island. [Well, that got dark at the end - Editor] Andy I would be an awful chef. I wouldn’t even be able to heat up pre-prepared meals in a pub [Do you not have a kitchen at home? - Editor]. Apparently I make a good sous-chef in the home but I require strict instruction. In other words I get the job of chopping onions at dinner time. Like Gordon Ramsey, except nice Ryan The job I would most suck at, I actually did. Back in 2008, I was a factory worker for a paving company, where I packaged pavement crack sealant at approximately 160 degrees Fahrenheit, in addition to various other types of sealant (for driveways, parking lots, etc.). It was a lot of heavy lifting, and because the material was so hot, I had to wear heavy long sleeve shirts in a factory that hit approximately 120 degrees each day. I lasted about four months. Oozing Confidence Matt Anything on a production line. I have a very short attention span and having to do repetitive tasks would finish me off. Back in the 90s [1890s? - Editor] I used to work in a print and design studio. One of the tasks was producing 15,000 copies of a 8 sheet magazine. It'd run through the collator, through the stitching head, under the folding arm and slide out to a tray. For about two days straight a month we'd be running this machine. Counting copies as they came out, freeing jams and filling up the paper. It was really tedious work. Those are the jobs we'd think we would be terrible at. How about you? What would be your nightmare job? Wyświetl pełny artykuł
  19. This is a simple plugin that gives you the ability to set the cut off time for "Who's Online" widget that was previously available in IPB 3.4 Pobierz plik
  20. ThemeTree is back with a new theme called "Sapphire"! Sapphire -is modern and clean with a sidebar panel added into the 'Forums' app containing your categories and sub-forums within them, creating a clean and simple UI for the forums app. *NEW* Framework You don’t just get a simple theme, you’ll get settings that will change the default framework into your own. It’s your website, make it yours! *NEW* Language Setting Keys In this theme, we've set up the language keys for our settings. I know all of you were dying to wait for this, so you can understand the settings very well. *NEW* Sidebar Categories Panel (Forums) We've replaced the table layout into a sidebar categories panel on the left hand-side consisting with your categories and sub-forums within them. This provides a simple UI and clean layout that stands out with the theme. You'll be able to change the badges background (Posts & Redirect) inside the setting tab called "Sidebar Categories Panel (Forums)" through the theme configurations. *NEW* Back to Top Also in our framework, when you scroll down, you'll see the back to top button so you don't have to scroll yourself. Guest Message You will get a guest message that displays everywhere of consisting of a title and a short paragraph of what's possible when your guest creates an account. *NEW* Google Import Style Sheet Editor Inside the setting tab called "Google Fonts", you'll be able to paste the embed @import into the CSS style sheet editor. Google Font Head Field Below the style sheet editor, there will be an input field to input the head font for this theme. Enable/Disable Secondary Footer Need more storage for the footer? Don’t worry, we created another footer so you can store more stuff or anything that you want inside. *NEW* Secondary Footer: Twitter Integration Introducing Twitter integration! In the configuration settings, you'll be able to enable/disable the Twitter feed and input your user profile name. *NEW* Secondary Footer: Facebook Page Introducing Facebook page integration! In the configuration settings, you'll be able to enable/disable the Facebook page plugin and input your page ID. *NEW* Secondary Footer: New Social Icons In our new framework, we introduce you with new social icons: Instagram, Dribbble, Soundcloud, LinkedIn, and Pinterest. *NEW* Secondary Footer: Logo/Site Title On the about us section, you'll get a site title, which is default and a logo if you uploaded to the 'Site Logo' section on the setting tab called "Logos". *NEW* Secondary Footer: Physical Address In our new framework, we introduce you physical address built right into the about us section. Secondary Footer: About Us Also on the secondary footer, we made an about us section so you can describe your site and your users interests. Appearance You will get setting(s) of changing the default colors to your own liking. And much more! Theme Demo Go here to read about previewing themes on the demo board. Test Account Wanna look more into our themes? Well, now ThemeTree supports a test account for all of our themes. So no more looking at those screenshots or even looking at our themes live. Login to the test account and browse the contents. Display Name: TestAccount123 Password: testyaccount123 Keep up with ThemeTree By: Registering, so you can get upcoming news and updates, and 24/7 support on our forums. Following us on Dribbble (https://dribbble.com/Themetree). You can find out our latest upcoming themes and shots. Contacting us at admin@themetree.net. Pobierz plik
  21. Select which countries your advertisements will appear in. Integrates with the Commerce app to sell ad products to selected countries. Setup regions for quick access to multiple countries. Features: Integrates with IPB4 advertisements. Integrates with the Commerce application to sell ad products with selected countries. (Requires Commerce app) Setup multi country regions for quick repeat additions. Setup a default loading country if the geo location fails to identity the users country. Setup a default ad to show if no ads are setup to match a members country. Keep up to date with DevFuse mod development and releases. Pobierz plik
  22. It's 2 am, and my bleary red eyes are fighting sleep. My thumbs are still glued to the Playstation controller as I try and persuade my on-screen avatar to complete the level. If I manage it, I've won another trophy. Many of us have been there. Investing a considerable amount of time into a game just to get to the next level, win a trophy or better yet, complete the entire game. I still remember the thrill of finishing Metal Gear Solid. I had become a recluse and lost track of time. Each time I thought about putting the gamepad down, there was just one more tiny thing to achieve. For decades, game designers have been using gamification to keep players plugged in and wanting more. A well-designed game hooks you completely, and you can't help but keep playing. In more recent times, social media has switched onto gamification. Each like and share you receive triggers a little dopamine kick in your brain. It's a pleasurable sensation which keeps you coming back for more. How many times have you opened Twitter back up moments after closing it? What does this mean for communities? Applying game mechanics to your community can have a powerful effect on member retention and engagement on your site. There are three main areas we can use gamification for: onboarding, driving engagement and encouraging positive behavior. Let's look at these areas in more detail. Onboarding When a new member joins your community, you want them to complete as much of their profile as possible. Ideally, this would mean that they upload a photo and complete any custom profile fields you have created. The more information a user provides, the more chance there is that they will come back and that others will start to engage with them. A relatively anonymous member will not be taken seriously by your veteran members. Traditionally, new members are presented with either a massive registration form or they are never prompted to complete their profile after sign up. Presenting a sizeable complex registration form is a sure way to reduce your guest to member conversion rates. A persons attention is a rare resource so do not waste the one opportunity you have for a new sign up! Invision Community has a profile completion feature which displays a progress bar at the top of each page. Members are encouraged to complete their profile This is a great way to add gamification to the onboarding process. You get the best of both worlds. A short compact registration form and a very persuasive reason to upload a photo and complete any profile fields. Very few can resist the temptation to leave their profile 90% complete! Gamification can help you convert a new lurker into a contributing member by leveraging the member groups and promotion feature. Set up your default Member group with specific restrictions that would be attractive to your community. This may be custom signatures, or it could be custom member titles. Perhaps limit the number of images that can be seen per day in Gallery. The key is to limit access in a way that doesn't agitate or annoy your new members but encourages them to level up. Create a new group "Full Members" and remove those restrictions. Create a promotion rule that after five posts, they get to level up. This will encourage lurkers to join in the discussion, so they reach the next level. You will want to be careful with this feature. You don't want to encourage noise and vapid posting just to reach the next level. 5-10 posts are enough to get them engaged. Meet Player One The number one thing you need to have a thriving community is constant user engagement. It is the lifeblood of any discussion focused site. Game mechanics will help drive user engagement using Invision Community's features strategically. But first, we must understand the types of players that will frequent your site. The High-Status Seeker We've all come across this type of forum member. These members tend to wear their content counts with pride. They cite how long they've been members for. They are the elite member's others look up to. The High-Status Seeker will want to be in the top three of your leaderboard every single day. In many ways, the High-Status Seeker is the ideal member. They want to move up the levels as fast as possible and show their experience and dominance to others. They will have an eye on becoming a moderator and getting access to exclusive private forums. The Social Butterfly This type of forum member isn't as interested as status as others. They are content to be active and participate in many different conversations. They typically like open-ended games like MMORPG where the reward is just playing the game. The Social Butterfly can be reluctant to engage with gamification elements in your community, but in many ways, they do not need to as they are likely to become long-standing members anyway. Engagement and Loyalty Now we have met the players, let's look at some of the features Invision Community has built in to create a game-like environment to drive up engagement and retention. Content Count The humble content count has been around since the dawn of the forum age. In simple terms, it displays the number of posts and comments the member has added to the community since they joined. When content is deleted, the post count is typically untouched. High-Status seekers love their content count and protect it with their life! Getting to 10,000 posts is a real achievement and sets them apart from newer or less engaged members. Reputation Allowing others to like your posts is a powerful way to not only get more engagement but also encourages quality content to be posted. Content with actual value, humor or flair tends to receive more likes than average. This gives the author a good morale boost which they will want to replicate. In many ways, this is the critical driver for the Social Butterfly. Acknowledgment for their efforts is what keeps them happy and content. Leaderboard While the Social Butterfly may be content with receiving likes on their content, the High-Status Seeker will want to top the leaderboard for as many days as they can confirming their status. The leaderboard is generated each night and adds up each person's reputation given for that day. The winner is crowned for all to see. The leaderboard The winner also gets a trophy on their profile for 'winning the day.' High-Status Seekers love this feature and do all they can to ensure they are in the top three. Our Picks Invision Community introduced the social promotion feature to 4.2. We use it to promote our blogs and good content we see members posting on our forum. To have your content picked for promotion is a huge thrill, and will undoubtedly put a smile on the face of the author. Both High-Status Seekers and Social Butterflies will love seeing their content promoted on social media and on the site itself. It is also a great way to keep your social media feeds topped up with quality content. Our Picks We are seeing a good number of communities using Our Picks as their home page to give their site more of an Instagram feel. Level up with member groups Who doesn't love being invited into a VIP area to sit in the good seats with the red ropes making it clear that not everyone is invited (yet!) This is a key strategy to engage High-Status Seekers. With member groups, you can create exclusive VIP areas that normal members can see, but cannot view topics or post into. In practice, it is as simple as creating a new member group called "VIP Members." This member group has access to specific forums. Group promotions A member group promotion rule can then be used to level up members who reach specific goals, such as 5,000 posts. This feature can be used to stretch members to achieve a large goal, or you can use it for a series of mini-goals. Either forum access or increased feature access can be leveraged to encourage goal completion. Become part of the team "Welcome to the team!" is a message that most members would love to receive. Being handed access to the private team forums where strategic discussions are held, topics are discussed and where the cool kids hang out is probably the ultimate goal for the High-Status Seeker. Wearing the moderator's badge is a tangible benefit and validation for all their work in the community. Inviting great members to become moderators is not only a massive boost for the member, but it is an excellent way to offload some of the workload for day to day moderation tasks such as flagging spammers, checking reported content and dealing with minor squabbles in topics. Final Thoughts Gamification is definitely a strategy that you should use to build the base of your community, but it should not be the only strategy you deploy. Extrinsic motivation in the form of reputation points, member titles and badges are effective, but at some point, those rewards run dry. I would encourage a mix of short-term rewards such as winning the day and mini-goals to level up through member groups along with longer-term goals such to stretch members. Long-term goals can be access to the "5k" club when the member hits 5,000 pieces of content. However, you will need mini goals to keep them moving forwards, or you risk the ultimate goal being too distant to want to reach. Once your members are hooked on your gamification, social bonds will grow, and members will want to come back just to engage with their friends. When you reach that point, you know you have an excellent robust community that will stand the test of time. Wyświetl pełny artykuł
  23. Integrate a TeamSpeak server with your community Features Display members TeamSpeak status on their profile. Send global messages to TeamSpeak clients. Automatically synch TeamSpeak server groups using both Profile Fields and Member Groups. Integrate a TSViewer as a widget. Coming Soon Multiple UUIDs for members. Edit the TeamSpeak Server information from ACP. TeamSpeak Kick/Ban/Unban from ACP. Synch forum bans with TeamSpeak bans. Integrate Reputation into the TeamSpeak Server Before You Use Create a profile field called "TeamSpeak Unique Identifier" and optionally make it required. This will be used to link ICS accounts to TeamSpeak. View the "Help" section of the application for detailed instructions. Additional Information You can access the TeamSpeak Query Admin class from anywhere using the following code. // Connect to the TeamSpeak Server // ( // If a connection has already been established // during this PHP execution session, the current // connection will be used instead of a new one. // ) if (! \IPS\ts3integration\TsAdmin\TsAdmin::connectIPS()) { static::$tsError = \IPS\ts3integration\TsAdmin\TsAdmin::$tsError; // end execution } // Example \IPS\ts3integration\TsAdmin\TsAdmin::$tsAdmin->clientGetIds("osNiXxOSdfgl5nVJdtBipg/a+E4="); (See http://ts3admin.info/manual/classts3admin.html for documentation) Attribution ts3admin.class by par0noid (License) Pobierz plik
  24. Returns the SparkPost Email integration to IPS 4.3. Features include: Enable SparkPost for bulk mail only Enable SparkPost for all outgoing mail Integrate Bulk Mail with SparkPost campaigns SparkPost Suppression List management Search the list for individual users Add email addresses to the suppression list Delete email addresses from the suppression list Synch the suppression list when a user unsubscribes from the forums Coming soon: Outgoing mail log Webhook integration (synch forum subscription status when a user unsubscribes via sparkpost) Note: it is strongly recommended that you use SparkPost with a dedicated IP. Shared servers very often lead to your server being classified as spam. Pobierz plik
  25. This plugin enables IPS to redirect the user to a URL specified by referer= after login. It's designed to be used in conjunction with non-oauth SSO bridges now that IPS Connect has been deprecated. For more information or help using this plugin, please join the discussion at http://www.corbe.net/forum/3-ips-referer-redirect/  Support us on Patreon today! Pobierz plik
  26. Work smarter, not harder is a motto we hear a lot of in our modern age. This is of course great advice. Invision Community's Admin CP is packed full of tools and settings to help you configure your community to your needs. In this short video I show you how you can work smarter in the Admin CP. Dashboard Blocks I show you how create a dashboard perfect for your needs. The dashboard is perfect to show a snapshot of what is happening with your community. Search Bar The search bar is the most powerful tool in the Admin CP. From finding members, settings and Commerce tickets, it's something I reach for every day. Re-order the Menu Prioritise the menu to put often used sections of the Admin CP within easy reach. Copy Settings With a few clicks, you can copy a single setting from a forum across multiple. This saves a lot of time moving between the forum list and forum settings. This of course works across the suite including downloads, blogs and more. Copy Nodes Got a forum or blog category set up perfectly and want to add one more like it? Just hit the copy button and save the hassle of filling in the form again. These are our tips for using the Admin CP as effectively as possible. Do you have any tips? Let us know below! Wyświetl pełny artykuł
  27. This plugin will add the possibility of uploading custom avatars in topics, which will appear next to the topic titles in the forum list. Below is a detailed overview list of the plugins 's settings and options. Default Avatar: You can set an image as default avatar for all topics at the plugin 's setting. Avatar Upload: You can upload an avatar to topics when you create a new topic and/or you can also upload the avatars directly at the topic list or at the topic view page. Avatar Width&Height: They both can be set from the plugin 's settings. Permissions: You can select the group(s) that you want to upload avatars to all topics. They can also change the current avatars. An option for users to upload avatars to their own topics is also available. You can also select the forum(s) where you want to use avatars for topics. Moderator Log: Anytime someone uploads an avatar to a topic it will be logged in the Moderator Log page in your Admin Panel. Pobierz plik
  28. This plugin will add the possibility of uploading logos in topics, which will appear in topic view. Below is a detailed overview list of the plugins 's settings and options. Default Logo: You can set an image as default logo for all topics at the plugin 's setting. Logo Upload: You can upload a logo to topics when you create a new topic and/or at the topic view page. Logo Height: The height can be set from the plugin 's settings. Permissions: You can select the group(s) that you want to upload logos to all topics. They can also change the current logos. An option for users to upload logos to their own topics is also available. You can also select the forum(s) where you want to use logos for topics. Moderator Log: Anytime someone uploads a logo to a topic it will be logged in the Moderator Log page in your Admin Panel. Pobierz plik
  29. With this plugin you can upload an image in individual forums which then will be displayed as a cover for that particular forum. At the plugin 's setting you can upload an image to be showed as the default cover/logo for all forums. There you can also set the image 's width and height. Pobierz plik
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