I noticed that there isn't a mod_rewrite for the members page.
Like how the calendar and index can be accessed by going to boardurl.com/calendar and boardurl.com/index, but you can't get to the members page by going to boardurl.com/members.
Same thing with the portal, but then again some people might use that as a homepage.
I haven't seen this feature yet, so I'm gonna put it out there.
phpBB has this auto-prune feature that you can set for forums.
It will prune every (insert number here) days topics that havent been viewed for (insert number here) days or posted to in (insert number here) days.
I really like that feature and would like to see it in IP.Board please. :)
I added a forum to a category and it took me back to a page showing only the forums in that category.
But, when I press the Add Forum button, the default category that the forum is placed under it the category at the very top of the forums.
I would suggest that when you click that button, the default category that the forum is placed under is the category that you are currently viewing.
I think it would be helpful if:
The renewal link and notice that you see when in the main Subscriptions page (public view) was also shown on the subscription hook.
This way users can easily to go the renewal page when they have to renew.
Is there any reason that you have forums like Peer-to-Peer Discussion visible to non-customers if they can't read or post in it?
In my opinion, it makes it more of a pain to mark the topics read.
I would suggest that you just make these forums hidden to non-customers.