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[XPD] Wibiya with User/Forum Control Options


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File Name: [XPD] Wibiya with User/Forum Control Options

File Submitter: -RAW-

File Submitted: 23 Jul 2011

File Category: Integration

Supported Versions: IP.Board 3.1.x

What Wibiya Does
Wibiya adds a bar at the bottom of your forum, that you can use for almost anything from rss feeds, premoting content/facebook/twitter, chat, games...

It has too many features to list but if you go to there website you will get a decent idea..

Wibiyas Website

What this Mod Does
This mod inserts the javascript in your header template, saving you from having to edit your templates.

It also has built in conditionals to allow you (or your users) to configure who the script is active for

Currently supports

  • Allow users to enable/disable from their options
  • Set which usergroups to show the bar to (i.e only to members who have donated)
  • Set a postcount at which the bar is available

Disclosure: Although Wibiya is free, if you do decide to upgrade your account please use the links found on the settings page this will further support development of this modification and others like it. I am not endorsed by Wibiya.

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I get this error shown up top when editing settings.

Warning: implode() [function.implode]: Invalid arguments passed in /xxx/xxx/public_html/forums/admin/applications/core/modules_admin/settings/settings.php(1067) : eval()'d code on line 12

also the Enable/Disable Profile Field is a blank drop down box.

this seems to cause the user control panel to be inaccessible.

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I think you need to refresh the custom profile cache... for some reason it no longer shows up by default...

I'll look at fixing it in the next release can you try going into your custom profiles, then as per the instructions add a field (you can delete it after)

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