Matt

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  1. Matt added a bug in Bug Tracker   

    Theme plugins not parsed in Pages page specific CSS
    Ticket 913740
    Pages page specific CSS is not run through compile so theme plugins do not work.
    I can handle this, just wanted to make a reminder for myself.
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  2. Matt added a comment: [Pages] Databases   

    Changed Status to Closed
  3. Matt added a comment: [Pages] Databases   

    Yes, we're thinking of adding this in a near future version.
  4. Matt added a article in Pages   

    Using Pages under your community root
    If you have your community configured so that your IPS4 suite is inside a directory, such as site.com/forums/ and you wish to serve Pages from your domain root (that is site.com/) then please follow these instructions.
    First, download this special index file ( index_rename.php ).
    Upload it to your site's root folder (this is usually www or public_html) and rename it to 'index.php'
    Open the file and find
    define( 'PATH_TO_SUITE', './forums/' );Change the path as appropriate. The comment above this line outlines that this is a path and not a URL and provides an example. (Note that if your suite is a 'forums' subfolder, you do not need to make any changes).
    Log into your ACP and navigate to the Pages tab. Click on the "Advanced Settings" button.

    This form allows you to select the site root URL from the select box. If you have your community multiple directories deep (such as site.com/content/forums) then the select box will allow you to choose from either site.com/content or site.com.

    If you have friendly URLs on, and the mod_rewrite URLs enabled, then you are prompted to download a special .htaccess file that should be uploaded to the same location as the special index.php file.
    Save the form and you will now have Pages URLs served from your site root.
    Note: Requires IPS4 4.0.2 and newer
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  5. Matt added a comment: [Sharing] [Email] major security vulnerability (Guests)   

    Changed Status to Fixed
  6. Matt added a comment: [Sharing] [Email] major security vulnerability (Guests)   

    Made it so default install has it disabled for guests.
  7. Matt added a comment: Custom CSS replace css rules in admincp   

    Changed Status to Closed
  8. Matt added a comment: Custom CSS replace css rules in admincp   

    Depends where you write the custom theme CSS. If you place it in /front/custom/custom.css then it shouldn't leak to the ACP.
    If you're adding CSS to the framework CSS files, then it will. You can change ACP themes in the ACP though. It's at the top of the page next to the IPS logo.
  9. Matt added a comment: [4.0.1] upgrade from 4.0.0 to 4.0.1 lead to acpadmin broken   

    Changed Status to Closed
  10. Matt added a comment: [4.0.1] upgrade from 4.0.0 to 4.0.1 lead to acpadmin broken   

    Submit a ticket if you need help.
  11. Matt added a comment: [4.0.1] VNC > Filter results by Forums   

    Here, or on your forums?
  12. Matt added a comment: Polls: Wrong counting when using multiple questions   

    Report is still pending
  13. Matt added a comment: Support > Find a solution   

    Changed Status to Closed
  14. Matt added a comment: Support > Find a solution   

    This means something has gone wrong. Submit a ticket and we'll take a look.