I have recently upgraded my board to IPB 3.4.5 and, ever since, my custom made bbcode tags are no longer processed in our RSS feed (which you can find here: http://www.icy-veins.com/forums/index.php?app=core&module=global§ion=rss&type=forums&id=2).
You can find the xml import code for one of these tags here: http://www.icy-veins.com/damien/fimg.xml
I created an IPB demo from invisionpower, imported this particular tag, used it in a post, created an RSS feed, and everything works fine there. So, I was wondering if I did something obvious (but that I'm missing), that would cause the tag not to be processed.
I currently have an issue on my board and this has been driving me crazy. The emoticon image tags have bbc_img as a css class and not the expected bbc_emoticon.
I noticed something though. When posting emoticons by first clicking on the smiley icon in the editor toolbar and then choosing an emoticon, the emoticon appears in my editor window. If I switch off the rich text mode, I get an img BBCODE tag with the address of the emoticon in it. When I submit, this img BBCODE tag gets converted into an img HTML tag with bbc_img as css class.
For example, if I choose the smile emoticon, I get :smile: in my editor window. If I switch off rich text mode, I will get the following code in the editor:
I have a second installation of IPB, which I use for testing purposes. It is basically a copy of my main board. In particular, I checked that public/js directories were exactly the same. I also checked a lot of other things, but I found it difficult to check that the settings were at the same value everywhere.
In this second installation, it all works perfectly, regardless of how I insert the emoticons.
Obviously, I must have done something wrong in my main installation, but I've spent almost the entire day looking into it and couldn't come up with an explanation. If someone could give me pointers as to where to look, it would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance
PS: I originally forgot to say it, but both boards are up to date (i.e. IPB 3.3.4)