I'm not sure exactly if you guys already mentioned a new plan or planned extension for the Best Answer post feature. But if I may elaborate a suggestion towards it.
I've been on reddit lately and it caught my attention of voting, people up can be a karma feature for best reply inside posts. Instead of just the OP having it where s/he chooses the best post it can also be optional by the Admin to set specific forum options that it can be voted by the board members as best answer or the OP of the post can just determine who gets it. So really its like a Reputation feature and poll feature in one.
Bur of course if the admin allows it in the particular forum of how much power the OP can get; Voting or specific answer. The author isn't always correct, so by allowing this, it gives feedback by the community on who had the great answer.
But if not, it will look like an awesome application or hook if a developer would take this on.
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I did everything instructed. But the home page will not display.
I figured it out, I did not take out the dot and forgot the slash before home. Now it works. Haha.
A license key can only be attached to 1 website at a time. You would need 2 licenses to run multiple boards. Remember that IPS offers discounts for every other license you buy.
The hosting service as I knew (a few months ago) didn't allow the option to download the software since the entire suite was already in the hosting package. So it maybe the same way.
Before you consider a license, however, make sure you have a host that reach the software requirements. If your not sure, you are able to Google reliable hosting service that can assist you.
Don't mean to put you down or anything, but you can already edit stuff using the new editor. Unless your talking about the style elements and images, that has to be done manually. Unless your talking about an entire new web interface, that will take a bit of awhile to do. I don't believe IPS is going to do that in the 4.x era, perhaps 5.x era :P
My web host will be upgrading some of their servers to PHP 3.x so that some of their customers can run vB5 and I so happen to be on the same server as most of them, but just curious, will my IPBoard be affected by this?