Haku2

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  1. Haku2 added a post in a topic: Nothing is ever as simple as 1-2-3   

     
    You only need to rename "conf_global.dist.php" to "conf_global.php" when installing or re-installing. He's trying to upgrade his board.
  2. Haku2 added a post in a topic: Nothing is ever as simple as 1-2-3   

     
    It's hard to say why the upgrader didn't initially work as I don't have enough information to determine the cause of the issue, but you shouldn't have deleted the conf_global.php file. I recommend that you submit a support ticket at this point.
  3. Haku2 added a post in a topic: Site is SLOW!   

    I've been having a hard time accessing this site today as well. Whenever I try to access the site, either the site is down or the page takes a really long time to load.
  4. Haku2 added a post in a topic: [RESOLVED] Can't get through to Tech.. Support Request?   

     
    Try clearing your browser cache.
  5. Haku2 added a post in a topic: Captcha and GD BUG - Important   


    If the CAPTCHA code is showing, I recommend submitting a support ticket as it hard to diagnose the issue without access to your files and server configuration. If the code is not showing, you most likely need to install GD.
  6. Haku2 added a post in a topic: Captcha and GD BUG - Important   

    What version of IP.Board are you using?
  7. Haku2 added a post in a topic: Board seriously under attack by spammers   

    I also recommend using this mod if you aren't using it already: http://community.invisionpower.com/files/file/5143-stop-spammer-registration/
  8. Haku2 added a post in a topic: Board seriously under attack by spammers   


    Yes, this is a very good suggestion. If you are using the question and answer system already, I highly recommend that you use a completely new set of questions and answers as human spammers specifically targeting your site can program spam bots that have the answers to your questions.
  9. Haku2 added a post in a topic: Expiry date (images)   


    I don't think so. I think it only prevents the browser from caching pages served by IP.Board, but you might want to ask one of the support staff in a support ticket to make sure.
     
     
    In the style_images/master directory, create an .htaccess file containing the following code:
      <ifmodule mod_expires.c> ExpiresActive on ExpiresDefault "access plus 1 month" </ifmodule>
  10. Haku2 added a post in a topic: Expiry date (images)   

     
    Well, if you want it to work only for those two images, you can create two .htaccess files and place each .htaccess file in the appropriate directory.

    In the public/style_images/master/ directory, create an .htaccess file containing the following code:
    <ifmodule mod_expires.c> <files ft2010.gif> ExpiresActive on ExpiresDefault "access plus 1 month" </files> </ifmodule>
    In the public/style_images/master/profile/ directory, create an .htaccess file containing the following code:
    <ifmodule mod_expires.c> <files default_large.png> ExpiresActive on ExpiresDefault "access plus 1 month" </files> </ifmodule>
  11. Haku2 added a post in a topic: Expiry date (images)   

     
    This post should help: http://community.invisionpower.com/topic/315663-speeding-up-loading-times/?p=2041067
  12. Haku2 added a post in a topic: Full HTTPS support   

     
    It would be nice if we could let users choose between HTTP and HTTPS rather than forcing them to use one or the other.
  13. Haku2 added a post in a topic: Answer a PM via E-Mail   

     
    If someone else is able to access a user's emails, replying to a PM should be the least of that user's worries as anyone else with access to that user's email account can just reset the user's board password and then reply to the PM via the board.
  14. Haku2 added a post in a topic: Moving from Local-Storage to Remote-FTP   


    Well, that is a general ideal set-up. I was making a suggestion for IP.Downloads specifically. It seems like you don't even need to try my suggestion though as you're storing the files on the same server that the webserver is on and in a publicly accessible directory. However, if you're storing the files on the same server that the webserver is on, I'm not sure why you would need to use the remote FTP storage method.
  15. Haku2 added a post in a topic: Moving from Local-Storage to Remote-FTP   


    I think a secure set-up would be to have two different FTP accounts that are both locked to the same directory with each FTP account having different privileges. The FTP account that is to be used by IP.Downloads for file management purposes would have unrestricted FTP access, while the FTP account whose login details are included in the URL would only have download privileges (meaning that they cannot upload, edit, or view the list of files).