Made a client ticket but just incase someone can answer this for me quicker on here.
I've upgraded to Apache 2.4 and for some reason now all new registrations and current posters are now being assigned with the servers i.p address when posting or signing up.
This made new registrations get flagged as spammers, so i've added the server ip to a white list, but i'd obviously like to get it fixed.
Anyone any ideas what i've missed with the upgrade?
I upgraded my development forum from 3.3.4 to 3.4.5, i'd amended our custom skins etc and it all went smoothly so i did the same on the live forums.
after running the recache skins in the admincp, pagination in topic view has disappeared from all skins including the default ip.board
i checked the paginationtemplate and for some reason they were all blank, so i amended it to add in the missing template, but it still hasn't fixed it, i just get
"single page" where the page choices etc should be with a div that looks like
<p class="pagination no_pages left ipsType_small"><span>Single page</span></p>
Anyone any ideas what else could be missing? i've created a ticket anyway
Ello, just a bit of a presales enquiry on wordpress ipsconnect.
currently i'm using the previous (and now defunct/disappeared) wordpress sso that was featured on the marketplace by ah-modding.
Do you know of any integration problems i'll have if i switch to your plugin?
unsure how it works as a lot of the forum users will have already been created within wordpress now with this previous plugin how the switch will be treated, or if this will be an issue.
Any info would be great cheers
Running IP.Board 3.3.4 with the latest round of patches etc, it seems my twitter and facebook login/signup has stopped working recently.
I've checked my api keys etc and eveything is still setup correctly, is this due to the api changes and it's not not working with 3.3.4 anymore?
is there any way to log what the actually error/problem is also?
is there anyway to disable this through the forums/calendar?
the problem being (the calendar really being the issue) is if we include links to say google maps (which a lot of our calendar events do)
they come accross as http://maps.google.c...5789,-0.1910935 rather than
which is fine through the calendar itself the link stays clickable as only it's "text" as changed, but seeing as these calendars are exportable to other devices/calendars/outlook etc etc it renders them useless as they get the link as the shortened text rather than the href behind it. http://maps.google.com/maps?q=51.4815789,-0.1910935