Sandi_

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  1. Sandi_ added a post in a topic: Wordpress IP.Board   

    Here is a Wordpress / ISP Connect plugin.
     
    http://community.invisionpower.com/files/file/7163-wp-ips-connect-plugin/
  2. Sandi_ added a post in a topic: Scalable Graphic   

    Instead of
    <img src="/images/image17.jpg" "max-width:100%;" alt="Smile"><br><br> Try
    <img src="/images/image17.jpg" max-width="100%" alt="Smile"><br><br> Or
    <img src="/images/image17.jpg" style="max-width:100%;" alt="Smile"><br><br>
  3. Sandi_ added a post in a topic: ibProBattle ive me if i am posting this in the wrong section   

    Both ibProArcade and ibProBattle are available at the link jaycob gave you above. I know this is true because I co-write the code for ibProBattle.
  4. Sandi_ added a post in a topic: Allow everybody see the ban reasons and profile pages of banned users   


    Correct. As you express yours. Of course I know nothing about you, and never claimed to. That is normal for a site I have not visited: I fail to see how you find my lack is humorous.
  5. Sandi_ added a post in a topic: Allow everybody see the ban reasons and profile pages of banned users   

     
    On "your forum" it is none of their business,and that is your prerogative. On my forum I usually make it everyone's business, and that is my prerogative.
     
     
    Your making a lot of unnecessary work for yourself, but again your prerogative. On my forum, rude behavior, spam, harassment draws a ban for first offense. Whether permanent or time period is tailored to each situation. Warning points or verbal warnings point you out as a softie IMHO.
  6. Sandi_ added a post in a topic: Allow everybody see the ban reasons and profile pages of banned users   



    If you have to coddle poor behavior on your forum so as not to offend others, your member base is not one I would care to have.

    Whenever I reprimand, or ban someone, it is always done publically, along with the reason. Mostly the other members cheer.
  7. Sandi_ added a post in a topic: Which SSH Client you use?   

    Ditto with PuTTY.
  8. Sandi_ added a post in a topic: My IPBoard is off   

    If you have other skins, change the default skin to other than IP.Board.
  9. Sandi_ added a post in a topic: Error: Can not write to directory   

    I ran across this on my local server with CentOS 7.  Security Enhanced Linux (SELINUX). Allows you to further harden your install against attacks. However also causes a disregard for CHMOD.
     
    Open /etc/selinux/config and set SELINUX=enforcing to SELINUX=disabled
  10. Sandi_ added a post in a topic: Display spaces?   

    You could make a hard space by making a bbcode for the HTML non breaking space ( &nbsp; )
  11. Sandi_ added a post in a topic: [RESOLVED] Can't find file: ipb_profile_portal_views SQL Error   

     
    It cannot find table "ibf_profile_portal_views" which is a legitimate IP.Board table. Try running a repair via phpmyadmin if you have that access.
  12. Sandi_ added a post in a topic: how to see who did LIKE on topic ?   

    I am not too fond of the LIKE button, but concur, that it is rather useless for anyone if you cannot see who 'liked' a post. The like would be strictly for the reader, but should of equal, if not greater interest to the poster.
  13. Sandi_ added a post in a topic: The Future Of IPB Blog ( 4.0 )   

     
    I doubt it. If a standalone blog goes away, it will not compete with other bloging software like Wordpress and Movable Type. A horizontal market is much better than a vertical market.
  14. Sandi_ added a post in a topic: Driver Error (Database) on Skin Import   

    Look in your [forum_root]/cache/ for a file called sql_error_latest.cgi.
     
    It will tell you what the DB error is. If you don't understand it, post it here.
  15. Sandi_ added a post in a topic: The Future Of IPB Blog ( 4.0 )   

     
    It would be better to have IP.Blog as a stand alone package: the IP.Board core not needed. That is the only way it can compete with Wordpress, Movable Type, etc as a real blog.