We are having a JS issue. Your's seems to be CSS related. I once had a similar problem and this is how I fixed it. You'll need to adjust the uploads URL setting. You can do this in your Admin CP under System -> Files -> Storage Settings. Click the "Configurations" tab and then edit your storage config (if you have more than one you'll need to edit them all) and remove the "http:" from the URL setting, so it's just: //www.mysite/uploads Not sure if this will work for you but you can try.
These days, most social networks such as Twitter, Instagram, Vine etc. operate on a "follow" basis. Even Facebook shows me more from pages I "like" i.e. "follow" on my news feed than content from actual friends. That's just how the Internet is moving. Users are more accustomed to using a "follow" system. So, to me, it makes perfect sense for IPS to offer a "follow" system over a "friends" one. Having both would just get confusing from a user's stand point. I would hazard a guess that the average user of IPS's products is primarily focused around offering content to as wide an audience as possible. Therefore, a "follow" system is the most practical for this type of community/business. Some might be more niche and aim to cater to a small audience. However, you must accept that that will be a very small portion of the IPS client base. Also, if a community is that small, a friends system might not even be necessary. I do want to say though that I understand your frustration to wanting/needing a feature for your site that's currently not available (I've been there). What makes it worse is the feature used to exist. In a perfect world, IPS would offer the option for users to turn on/off a "friends" feature. I am not against that happening. I just feel that's the way social media has evolved and IPS are responding to that accordingly.
I guess just ignore my first post then. The way I believe this should work is when creating a new menu item in the ACP. You select a folder from your list of pages. Then the newly created tab will link to the default page of the selected folder, which you can specify manually. Then any other page which is accessed within that folder or subfolder will trigger the tab to be highlighted. This system would be more intuitive than having to add each individual page to the menu and then hiding them all from the dropdown list. Imagine if I plan on having 100 pages for a particular application, which I do. The current system is going to be very cumbersome as well as forces me to have a dropdown list for one link.
I tried to give a simple example, which I see now won't convey why this is needed. So here is another more indepth reason for this feature. Let's say I want to create my own custom application called "marketplace" using Pages. This application will contain many pages but only one page will be accessed through the tab "Marketplace". i.e. the start page. But when the other pages of the application are visited you would still want the "Marketplace" tab to highlighted. Currently the only way to get that tab to stay highlighted for multiple pages is to add each page to the "Marketplace" menu folder and then hide the page from the drop down list. I don't belive this is ideal but that's up to IPB if they want to change how that works. But for what I want, only one page will be accessible through the tab and therefore I don't want a dropdown list to appear with just one link.
Hello, In IPS4 Pages, it's possible to create a new menu item with a dropdown list. The same as the "IPS4 Resources" tab on this board. It is also possible to set permissions on which links in the dropdown list can be viewed by member groups. My suggestion is that if a certain member group can only view one of the links, the dropdown list shouldn't appear, and instead have the tab link directly to that page. As it seems silly if the dropdown list only contains one link. For example: If IPB set the permissions of a member group to only see ISP4 Resources->Feature Plan. Then when they click IPS4 Resources it should take them straight to that page and not show them a dropdown list with one option. Note: As IPS4 Resources is a broad term this suggestion might not seem that important. But if it was for a tab called "Marketplace". And I wanted two links for staff members such as "store front" and "store management". But for members to only have access to "store front". At this present time they would click on "Marketplace" then see the option for "store front", which is unnecessary. Regards, Tom