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  2. I personally really like the support ticket system in Commerce, however one thing that has always annoyed me is that users don't get notifications when a staff member replies to their ticket. This application will notify the user (either by inline notification or email, depending on their settings (defaults to inline)) that their ticket has had a reply and will take them to it if clicked. Pobierz plik
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  4. Login Redirect / Pop-up Message by @A Zayed A simple plugin that allows admins to set the page that selected users groups will be redirected to once they Login. There's also another option that allows admins to set a pop-up modal message once users Logins... The plugin comes with the following features: Select users groups you want to redirect/show pop-up message. URL field for user redirection. Option to allow redirection to the logging user profile. Option to enable/disable popup message. Message header title. Full CKE to enter the message that user will get. Pop-up modal message size. Pop-message button text. Pop-message button URL. Support & updates are guaranteed only via @A Zayed Pobierz plik
  5. Vortex is a powerful Gaming theme.it will bring your site to life and engage your visitors! Editable footer via acp more features to come! Pobierz plik
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  7. This plugin will add a Sign Up link for guests in the Error messages across the board. Pobierz plik
  8. This plugin will add a Sign Up link for guests in the Error messages across the board. Pobierz plik
  9. This plugin will prevent Commerce asking the user for their real name and address information when purchasing a subscription. Please note that if you use PayPal as a payment gateway with Billing Agreements set to Required, this plugin will not be able to help you as PayPal requires address information for Billing Agreements. Pobierz plik
  10. This plugin will prevent Commerce asking the user for their real name and address information when purchasing a subscription. Please note that if you use PayPal as a payment gateway with Billing Agreements set to Required, this plugin will not be able to help you as PayPal requires address information for Billing Agreements. Pobierz plik
  11. This removes the follow button for guests in most places. It should stay the same for members. Useful if you don't want visitors to see who follows what an adds some more privacy for your users, since I don't think there is a setting that disables this. if you want to show the follow button again simply disable or uninstall this plugin. You can see the before and after in images above. Pobierz plik
  12. This plugin allows users to easily create topics about movies and actors and fill them with content automatically. Requires a free ComicVine API key which can be obtained here. Features Users can add comic issues to topics. After attaching the comic, which can be done easily using a search with auto complete, the thread will show various information about the chosen comic above the post. The topic will show the comic art, characters, tagline and much more. Discussed comic can be shown in adjustable widgets which allow random order, recently posted, most discussed and much more... Posting content can be restricted to certain forums. Comic boards can show movie content with the posters above the topic list. Access rights to edit and post content. How to Install Go to ACP > applications and upload the downloaded tar file After installation a free ComicVine API key has to be added in the settings. The API key can be obtained here. Demo noexcept.de Compatible with other ThreadStarter plugins This product uses the TMDb API but is not endorsed or certified by TMDb. Pobierz plik
  13. This application will add a Video Directory to your forum where members can add embeded videos. Categories: Admins can add unlimited categories from the application 's category page in the Admin Panel. Each category will display the videos that it contains. Adding Videos: Admins can add videos from the Admin Panel and from the front end too. Other groups can add videos from the front end in the video directory page or from the global Create button. Display: Grid View. Moderation: Videos can be moderated for groups before they are displayed. Users with the appropriate permissions can review the moderated videos in the ModCp. Sidebar Widget: Most recent videos can be showed as a sidebar widget as well. Moving Videos: Users with the appropriate permissions can move their own/and/or all videos from one category to another. Daily Limit: A limit of how many videos users can add can be set for each group at their video permissions tab. Video Management: Admins will be able to manage all videos, editing or deleting them from either the Admin Panel or the front end, where a list of all added videos is displayed. Admins can also delete all videos in one go from the video directory page. Users can edit/delete own and/or all videos depending on the permissions that they have. Hoover Card/Postbit Video Count: An option to show the video count of users is available in their user cards and postbits. Pagination: You can set the number of videos that will be displayed per page on front end from the application 's setting page. Custom Search: Users can search for videos submited by users, posted between a certain time frime and title. Pobierz plik
  14. Dealing with spam can be an annoying problem for community moderators. It's bad enough that our inboxes get clogged up with it daily. Invision Community comes with several tools designed to mitigate spam, and make it hard for spammers to get a foothold in your community. This short video takes you through several key areas: The Invision Community spam defense system CAPTCHAs Question and Answer challenges Group Promotion Flagging a member as a spammer Do you have any tips on dealing with spam or spammers? We'd love to hear them. Let us know in the comments. Wyświetl pełny artykuł
  15. This application adds in your community place which allows your members creating and selling their online courses. Members can create free online courses, courses with flat price and package price courses. Packages in course allow members giving different additionals and author decides what they are. Basic functionalities: Categories with permissions Ability to create courses by members (permission per group) Ability to upload movies to local storage (permission per group) Ability to define time to access to course (we can define how long members after joining to course have access to content. Eg. We can set unlimited access or access only through X days) Ability to define expiration date to join (for example, we can determine that we can sign up for the course only until day X, after this day the course will still be visible, but you will not be able to join it anymore) Customer center with course list to which member joined Widgets Ability to organize course as modules or simple lessons Ability to share additional materials to each lesson Ability to comment courses Ability to comment each lesson (course author cant urn on/off this function) Ability to review courses (admin cant urn on option which allow to add opinion only members which joined to course) Ability to review each lesson (course author can turn on/off this function) Abiliy to define course description which will be shown only for course students Students list (only course author can see) For proper operation of the application, the Commerce (IP.Nexus) application is necessary. Be the first. This is the first version of this application. Next version will have more features and will be more expensive Demo aplikacji / Application demo: https://www.ipsbeyond.pl/courses/ Galeria zdjęć / Gallery: https://www.ipsbeyond.pl/gallery/album/88-sd-course-box/ Pobierz plik
  16. Communication has come a long way since those very early humans grunted at each other to determine if they wanted more mammoth for lunch. The course of human history has seen cave paintings, hieroglyphics, the written word, emoji and now GIFs. GIFs have been around since the dawn of the internet. Many websites proudly displayed a 'man at work' animated GIF when they were under construction. Now, GIFs are now mostly used to express complex thoughts and emotions by showing a short animation. Mind Blown Invision Community has allowed GIPHY to be used as an embed for a while now, but we craved something much more straightforward. Behold, the GIF button! Now your members can reply with the majesty of animation. Of course, GIFs won't replace real and meaningful conversation, but they are a fun way to express yourself quickly and encourage more engagement. The GIPHY functionality is enabled via the 'Community Enhancements' page in the Admin CP. GIPHY is enabled from the enhancements page All you need to do is grab a key from GIPHY, and you're all set! Configuration You'll notice a "MPAA style rating" option. This allows you to select a maximum rating for the GIFs as some will have adult themes and language that may not be suitable for your community. For example, you can choose "G" for general audiences, "PG" or "PG-13" to limit what is shown. Yes! Drop your favourite GIF below to show us how you feel about this new feature. This is a blog about our upcoming Invision Community 4.4 release, due later this year. Wyświetl pełny artykuł
  17. It's not often that we get to blow our own trumpets. That's not just because we don't own trumpets, but also because we like to keep our heads down and focused on producing fantastic software [Ironic trumpet blowing - Editor]. Many of our team also run their own Invision Communities. So this month, we asked: What is your favourite Invision Community feature? Here's what we said. Brandon My favorite feature would be Pages 'databases' feature. You can quickly and easily create databases of content, and then you can adjust the templates to make those databases display in a more relevant manner for the type of content you are working with, all without having to modify any code. On my wife's real estate website, I have used Pages to create databases for hosting leads, property listings, closings, and realtor contacts. Being a developer I've further enhanced some of those areas with plugins, but even right out of the box the system is powerful enough to do quite a lot with just a little bit of configuring and templating. Trying to remember the block names when creating Pages templates Jennifer So, I love Invision Community. I've loved it for ages and it's hard to pick just one favorite feature. I'm going to say that Clubs and Pages are probably my top two favorite things in the whole wide world on Invision Community. For clubs, it allows your members to create special interest groups/forums/galleries/etc without having to do all of that yourself. It makes pulling together people of similar interests really easy and it makes it to where you don't have to manage "as much" of the responsibility for having a billion forums or groups. I also find it's a great way to get people excited and talking about things that they love which spreads positivity and happiness, which I love as an administrator. For Pages! There is so much! From Databases that you can super customize to blocks! There is so little I can't do with Pages!! I've made a super custom link directory (https://rpginitiative.com/directory/), a directory of searchable people (https://rpginitiative.com/pb-directory/) and one of my favorites a copy and paste code directory (https://rpginitiative.com/codex/). They all are unique in look and feel and all have different purposes but they fill them so well. I of course have a basic Guides listing (https://rpginitiative.com/guides/) but I don't think it's nearly as cool. Pages gives me a sense of empowerment on my community. It gives me the ability to create content that is special to my site and doesn't have to be cookie cutter in any way. Honestly, the whole suite always makes me happy because I get the community I want out of it and to me that is always the best and most special thing about Invision Community. [This is the best answer - Editor] Mark H Given my forum’s niche, amateur pyrotechnics [Must be nicer to Mark - Editor], my favorite feature would be the Gallery. You can describe a pyrotechnic shell, effect, build process, etc, with as many pages of text as you wish, but photographs or videos are truly worth 1000 words. While our Gallery isn’t the largest one around, it does contains a large number of items that our members have contributed to showcase their work, some of which are quite impressive. Mark's last day at Invision Community Matt I've given this a lot of thought [Makes a change - Editor]. There are several contenders, Pages (because I wrote it), Social Promotion (because I wrote that too), Commerce (I did not write this) and Gallery. All deserve to be picked on their own merits. I decided to go with the profile completion system. It's not a massive feature, and it's not the most exciting feature but it does its one job very well. It helps reduce overwhelm when registering. It's critical to make the transition from guest to member as frictionless as possible, and having a dozen custom profile fields to complete is a good way to put people off. The profile completion system allows you defer data collection after registering, which reduces the barrier. Mark W The auto-upgrader. When I first started at Invision Community one of my responsibilities was doing upgrades - often from 2.x to 3.x at the time - hours and hours of uploading files by FTP (sometimes painfully slowly) and clicking the upgrader, over and over again. I'm glad those days are behind us! I think it was quite a good technical achievement too. The system knows what version you're coming from, what apps you have installed and only downloads the files you need. It knows if it needs to ask you for FTP access or if it can just write the files. Recently we made it so it knows if your themes are going to be compatible with the new version and warns you before you upgrade if they might not be. Perhaps most significantly for me though is the backend behind it. Releasing an update used to be a bit of a nightmare (we had to build zip files ourselves!) - now I just tag the release in our git repo and everything magically figures itself out [Only if following instructions to the letter - Editor]. It still delights me every time I do it. Mark (not) doing upgrades now Marc S For me it has to be the block manager. The block manager makes it was so easy to set up the basic structure of your site. And it's hard to believe we used to disable hooks to remove an item, or even comment them out in some cases. Adding something like a list of new posts was something you would need a 3rd party plugin to achieve, and adding a simple bit of text is something you would have likely done in your theme. This brought a large amount of flexibility for users that wouldn't have previous had the capability to make some of these changes, and generally just made life easier for others. Daniel Pages App because of blocks and databases. I have all kind of custom databases which I use daily to organise my work (Linklists, Knowledge Bases, Documentation) It saves one a lot of time and makes coding own apps quite unnecessary in most cases. Ryan Okay, I think I've finally decided that Reactions is my favorite feature. It's really cool to see how clients implement the feature on their own sites with different reaction types. Also, I wrote the backend and it was probably one of my favorite things I've done in the software. Indeed Stuart I like OAuth and RestAPI, I wanted us to do those since 4.0 and they work really well. [That's it? Can I make up the rest of the answer? - Editor] Those are our favourite features - but what are yours? We'd love to hear, let us know below! Wyświetl pełny artykuł
  18. Flatnity Lower price and demo Flatnity in my Store Theme with a llot of settings like a Slider, Footer, Profile, Forum, Dropdowns and more. Pobierz plik
  19. This plugin will allow that members (from selected groups) can download Gallery images. Requirement: Gallery Notes: External storage: it DOESN'T work on external storages like S3. Path: it will generate a ZIP file with the exact path to the image in your server, which makes your life easy if you want to reproduce your server environment or simply wants to restore a backup. Places do download: Gallery index: a form will appear to choose category and albums Category view: will download all images from that category, including images from their albums Abum view: will download all images from that album Admin CP: new menu below Gallery settings. Only Admins can use this option Pobierz plik
  20. Once again, we hand over the reigns of our blog to client and friend to Invision Community Joel for another client view of our community suite. Today @Joel R tackles Activity Streams, and how to make them "your awesome". Activity Streams is one of the best new features of Invision Community 4 with more flexibility and options than ever before. It can be an amazing and easy way to dive into interesting and new content, constantly feed new content to your users, and uncover different parts of your community. Your community contains amazing content. Activity Streams empower your users to discover the awesome in your community! While earlier versions of the software contained New Content streams, they were pre-defined and shipped by default. Now, everyone from users to community managers to admins can create their own unique Activity Streams, customized for the needs of the community or your own browsing interests. These new options in Invision Community 4 give incredible power to both you and your users to discover new ways of looking at your content. You can reference Invision’s Guide on Activity Streams. Let’s take a look at all the different ways to strategically use Activity Streams. 1. Home Stream Make the Activity Stream your homepage! It’s a beautiful, automated, chronological stream of recent content that constantly replenishes as new content is posted. Rather than a blocky homepage that is literally stacked with blocks in a chunky mix-and-match, you can offer a blended homepage that unifies all of your content into one continuous stream. It’s easy to browse, and you can still decorate the page with blocks in the sidebar and hot zones. To make the Activity Stream your homepage, go to the ACP > Applications. Set System as the default app by clicking on the ☆ star. Then open up System, and make Content Discovery the default module by clicking on the ☆ star. Bedlington.co.uk uses “All Activity” as its homepage. Look who just moved into town! 2. Default Stream The default Activity Stream is always one the most significant links in your entire Invision community. After the homepage, the default Activity Stream is usually the most popular page to which returning users will consistently use. On some Enterprise boards, the default Activity Stream drives up to 20% of the initial clicks from repeat members. It’s no wonder why. The default Activity Stream is the portal to the rest of the website and easily shows recent content. But how many of us have customized or self-critiqued it? Review your default stream and filter for the primary content you want to display. Make your best stream the default stream. 3. Content Streams By default, Invision Community ships with a handful of global streams. While those are appropriate for a new community, they aggregate all content in the community. This can be problematic if your community emphasizes one content type over another since all content is mixed together and content types with high volume can overwhelm less popular types. For example, a recent upload of IP.Gallery images can flood the Activity Stream with new images, pushing discussion and blog posts too far down. One thing you can do is to create new Activity Streams per content type or exclude certain content types. Make separate streams for Forum Topics, Gallery Albums, Blogs, and more depending upon your community. This will delineate content and makes it easier to navigate exactly what you want. And even within content types, you can filter down to specific boards or categories. You can create special streams specifically for Introduction or New Member boards; Gallery images and albums, so they don’t clutter up your primary stream; or Club discussions open to all members. 4. User Streams One of the most creative ways to use Activity Streams is to show content from specific users. This can be strategically used to create streams for specific users or accounts: staff members, special contributors, or leadership accounts. You can also stealth stalk your most favorite IPS staff members! Create an Activity Stream of all recent activity, then each user can customize the stream to follow the people most important to them. Each user can track the members most important to them and survey a quick overview of those members’ most recent activity. Follow the most interesting users in your community. 5. Mobile Streams There are a couple of options that can help your stream be optimized for mobile. By default, the Activity Stream can be packed with information. You can include every detail of when a member registers, changes their profile photo, reacts to an item, and more. You can also show the Expanded view, which includes up to three lines of text. If your website receives a lot of mobile traffic, you should toggle on Condensed view. This streamlines the Activity Stream and packs more content items onto the viewport. In a typical smartphone, you may only see 2 – 3 items in Expanded View, but see 5 – 6 items in Condensed view. That allows users to see twice as much content, even on a smaller device. Pack more into less with Condensed view 6. RSS Streams For community managers who run an IPS community in support of an enterprise or organization, you can activate an RSS feed per stream. This allows you to push the content to your other digital properties. Turn a feedback and testimonial board into a showcase of product reviews; turn Q&A boards into a live stream of ongoing customer support; turn a New Customer introduction board into profiles of actual customers; and tap into the best parts of your community-generated content to fit into other parts of your support channels, brand marketing, and sales outreach. Leverage your passionate community elsewhere with Activity Streams, and its built-in feature of RSS feeds. Like most advanced features, learning to ‘surf the Activity Stream can be tough. The streams are usually tucked away into the menu or an icon. And many users are unaware that it exists! What your users will say when you introduce Activity Streams. That’s okay, just put on a life vest and hold on for dear life. Activity Streams are such an incredibly powerful and flexible tool, which is why I personally love it. You can slice-and-dice your community in any number of ways, and you gain an instant overview of the parts of the website that are most important, most engaging, and most interesting to yourself. Spend some time sharing a quick tutorial with your community. Show them where to view streams. Show them how to customize it. And let them discover the awesome in your community! Wyświetl pełny artykuł
  21. This plugin will make the member who joins the club to follow it automatically. The follow will be removed when the member leave the club. Pobierz plik
  22. This plugin will allow you to sends out automated birthday greetings to your members in public, by way of an automated topic, and privately, by way of a personal conversation. The plugin adds a task which will run daily. Topics and Personal Messages make use of the WYSIWYG Rich Text Editor, which will give you the ability to customize your messages to your liking. You can exclude members from the automated birthday greetings based on their groups, last activity and last visit to your forum. Automated Topics: Enable/Disable. Select the member who will be the starter of automated Happy Birthday topics. Select the forum where you want the automated Happy Birthday topics to be posted at. Enter the title of the automated Happy Birthday topics. Use {name} to display members names. Enter the birthday message that will be displayed as the first post of the auotmated Happy Birthday topics. Use {name} to display members names. Have automated birthday topics pinned and/or closed. Automated Conversations: Enable/Disable. Select the member who will be the starter of automated Happy Birthday topics. Enter the name of the member who will be the starter of automated Happy Birthday conversations. Enter the birthday message for the auotmated Happy Birthday conversations. Member Restrictions: Members of the selected the group(s) will not be included in the automated birthday greetings. Enter the minimum number of days since members last visit to the forum in order for them to be excluded from the automated birthday greetings. Enter the minimum number of days since members last activity to the forum in order for them to be excluded from the automated birthday greetings. Pobierz plik
  23. MAXX Dark for IPS 4.3 MAXX Dark is simple professional design that can be considered as a multi purpose IPS theme. Suitable for any IPS community field/category. Limited Offer till the end of September: Buy MAXX Dark and get "Upcoming Events Slider Widget" For Free [Save $12] This is theme was originally designed for IPB 3.X in early 2012 by @Ajouz ♞ And I've got the official permission to upgrade it to IPS4 with more features added... RTL Compatiable + IPS Pages App Compatible. What's Next? (Coming Soon) 1- Adding Color Switcher in Front-End 2- Design Landing Page for Pages App. Pobierz plik
  24. Do you recall that scene in Harry Potter where young Harry is sitting in his Uncle’s living room when hundreds of letters from Hogwarts burst through the fireplace, filling the room? Sometimes, when you log into the administrator’s control panel, it can feel a bit like that. As the administration control panel has evolved, there has been more of a need to display notifications, alerts and warnings to the administrators. There are several things which may require an administrator's attention which may show a notice on the AdminCP dashboard, a banner on the community, or send an email. For example: When a new version of Invision Community is released. A new member registers and requires administrator validation. A configuration issue is detected, for example if dangerous PHP functions are enabled on the server. There are items Commerce which require manual action, such as transactions pending manual approval or items to be shipped. Up until now, each such area would manage how these notifications show and are sent independently. In 4.4 we have introduced a new section of the AdminCP which shows all things which require administrator attention in one place, easily accessible from any AdminCP page. AdminCP Notification Menu Clicking on any of these notifications will take you to the relevant area of the AdminCP, or there is also a full-screen Notification Center which allows you to quickly take common actions such as approving members. AdminCP Notification Center While the best approach is to take the appropriate action (which will automatically dismiss the notification) so you always have an empty Notification Center, most notification types can be hidden, either temporarily on a per-notification basis by clicking the cross in the top-right, or administrators can hide all notifications of a certain type from their individual settings. Administrators can also choose which type of notifications to receive an email notification about. Notification Settings Each notification has a severity indicated by the coloured bar on the side and certain notifications can also show banners either across the AdminCP, or also on the front-end (to administrators). Notifications group automatically (so for example, if there are 5 members pending approval, you will see 1 notification rather than 5 separate ones) and where appropriate each administrator can choose if they want to receive a single email, or a separate email with each occurrence. Now you won't miss an invitation to Hogwarts, or anything important again. This is a blog about our upcoming Invision Community 4.4 release, due later this year. Wyświetl pełny artykuł
  25. This application will add a Help Guide system to your forum where you can provide an interface for your users to post how to articles visually by uploading attachments/pictures, and textually by providing detailed information. How to articles can be added from the front end. Categories: Admins can add unlimited categories from the application 's category page in the Admin Panel. Each category will display the help guides entries that it contains. Moderation: Entries can be set to be moderated for groups. Moderated entries will appear in the Mod CP where your staff can review them. Management Groups can manage, (edit, delete, move and hide/approve), their own and/or all entries depending on their permssions. Visitors: Depending on their permissions, users will be able to view who viewed their own and/or all entries. Daily Limit: A limit of how many entries users can add can be set for each group at their Help Guides permissions tab. Help Guides Count: An option to show how many help guides members have posted is available on their hoover cards and postbits. Pagination: You can set the number of entries that will be displayed per page on front end from the application 's setting page. Custom Search: Users can search for help guides submited by members, posted between a certain time frame. Reaction Integration. Users can react to uploaded entries. Owners will receive an alert anytime someone reacts to one of their help guide entries. Report Integration. Users can report help guide entries. Share Links Integration. Help guide entries can be shared on social medias. Content Messages Integration. Members with the appropriate permissions can add content messages to help guide entries. Moderation History & Moderator Log Integration. All edit/delete/move, hide and approve actions will be logged individually for each help guide and globally in the Moderator Logs page in Admin Panel. Pobierz plik
  26. This plugin will add a limit on how many topics 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 Topics tab. From the plugin 's settings you can exclude groups from the daily limit. Pobierz plik
  27. This plugin allows users to easily create topics about artists and music and fill them with content automatically. Features Users can add artists or albums to topics. After attaching content, which can be done easily using a search with auto complete, the thread will show various information about it above the post. The topic will display YouTube videos, photos, description text and various other information about the artist or album. Discussed artists can be shown in adjustable widgets which allow random, recently posted, most discussed and much more... Posting artists and albums can be restricted to certain forums. Music forums can show music content with photos above the topic list. Access rights to edit and post artists and albums. How to Install Go to ACP > applications and upload the downloaded tar file. Demo noexcept.de Compatible with other ThreadStarter plugins This product uses the TheAudioDB.com API. Pobierz plik
  28. Theme is built on the lastest 4.3.5 version of IPB, we do not guarantee it will work with anything lower than 4.3.5. For now it supports only core and forums apps 🙂 No Right-To-Left support officially provided as of yet. First 10 buyers will get a free life-time access to one of our available widgets on the market if they don't own 'em already 🙂 PM with your choice Pobierz plik
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