Good to know you have a ticket in. I'm sure IPS will take a look at it and correct the issue. Mine was a fresh install. The broken images are on both my themes -- the default theme and a newly created custom theme.
I'd like to suggest an option to make forum search results expandable per topic in 4.0. Currently when we do a search, all topics and responses are listed together and there are potentially dozens of post entries for each topic. Most times you can tell by the topic title if it's not what you're looking for, but still need to scroll through all the results for that topic. It would be ideal if responses were grouped by topic -- maybe with an arrow icon that allowed the user to expand results for that topic if it was a good match.
I'm running the latest beta and am seeing all broken images in the theme editor. I checked the image file permissions and they seem to be correct. Is anyone else having this issue? Any ideas on how to correct it?
If I create custom IP.Content databases in 3.4, will I be able to upgrade them to 4.0 automatically without losing any data (just like the forums)? ***EDIT*** I just found the answer to my question in another forum. It looks like it will be upgradable. My new question is this: Is the Pages app (4.0 version of IP.Content) now at a point where if I install, I can upgrade as further versions are released? It will take me a while to finish developing the new site, so I'm wondering if it's a better idea to just start off with the 4.0 suite instead of converting from 3.4.
I'm trying to figure out if the >upcoming 4.0 version of IPS Connect will work for a new project. I have a few questions about how the network members are handled and am hoping you can offer some clarification.
1) Will each of the networked sites have their own membership database and list of members? For instance, let's say I have a network of two sites. A user wants to be a member of domainA.com, but not domainB.com. Will their name show up on the member list for both sites?
2) If someone is already a member of one site on the network, how do they join another site on the network? Is there a button (or some other method) that they can use to easily join?
I currently run a niche site for writers. I'd like to expand it to include related topics such as art, music, etc. and would need a new domain name to reflect this. For demonstration purposes, let's say the domain names are:
writing.com - the current, existing writing site
general.com - the new domain name
Basically, I would like to change the domain name of the writing.com site to use the general.com domain. Then I would point the old writing.com domain to the writing category within the general.com site.
It would be obvious that writing.com was a category of the general.com site. The site design, menu items, etc would be the same. The logo would say "Writing Category, by general.com" or something similiar. The database, members, and site install would all be the same. Guests and search engines would see the writing.com domain in the address bar, but members would log in and see the general.com domain in the address bar. I simply want to keep the domain name for that particular category so I don't break any links or hurt my Google rank.
My question is this: Can I do this with one license, or do I need two licenses for this setup?