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  1. This week I've been trying to implement the built in referrals feature from IPS and I just keep coming across limitation after limitation. It begs the question; does any one actually use this... So, another improvement I would like to suggest is that you add the option to allow referrers to earn commission on renewals of a product and not just the initial sale. Sadly, these limitations are stacking up and I may have to go ahead and build my own system 😕
    2 points
  2. Matt

    Blog dissapointment

    As Andy said, the blog application is really about collaborative blogging whereas we are just blogging for ourselves. What would be your top 5 blog features on a wish list?
    2 points
  3. I use the official plugin Format which works great, especially handy for SEO in Pages articles and Custom Rich Text blocks. https://ckeditor.com/cke4/addon/format For IPS v4.4.3 be sure to download the correct version from the bottom of the page which is currently v4.11.4. Then upload the .zip file into AdminCP via Editor - Toolbars - Add Button.
    2 points
  4. Version 1.5.0

    185 downloads

    This resource will allow members to create crowndfunding projects in your board. Notice: Requirement: Commerce: https://invisionpower.com/features/commerce Money donated: money donated goes to the project author via Account Credit. Each purchase entitles you to use Crowdfunding on one Community installation. Features: Ability to allow NO TARGET projects per category Unlimited categories of projects with permissions, extra fields, plus unlimited depth of parent-child relationships with a lot of settings, permissions and extra fields Category Image and Icons. Integrates to Commerce, so you can choose a specific payment gateway, tax, fee and comission and use multi-currencies Ability to force users to fill the price in currencies Ability to switch between currencies with a click to display projects goal Per member settings: Allows to access the app Allows to submit projects Per group settings: Allows to access the app How many approvwd content items must have to access the app Restrict X projects by a period of time (day, week, month and year) Robust Admin CP Restrictions Ability for users to report potentially offensive content using the built-in Report Center Supports item marking, allowing your users to see what adverts have been added or commented/reviewed on Integrates to: Activity Streams Share Links Tag/Prefixs system Notifications: Default ones (such as new project, follow category, etc) When someone donates to a project you created Follow System for projects and categories Search system ACP Live Seach (categories) Moderating system, which all commons permissions, such as pin, unpin, delete, feature, move, etc., for Projects, Comments and Reviews Ability to create RSS feeds of all projects More... INTEGRATION: Raffles System Members who donates to the project will earn a ticket to a Raffle chosen by the project submitter Project submitter will be able to choose only their own raffles Members Shop users will earn points when donating to a project Suggestions and Bugs report: Submit suggestions to the Suggestions forum: http://www.sosinvision.com.br/ips4/index.php?/forum/39-suggestions/ Submit bug reports to the official Bug Tracker for this app: http://www.sosinvision.com.br/ips4/index.php?/tracker/crowdfunding/
    $30.00
    1 point
  5. Version 2.0.0

    64 downloads

    Thank you for considering a purchase of the CCBill Payment Gateway, released by @Joel R. CCBill is now available (for the first time ever!) for IPS 4 with the integration of this payment gateway, enabling your users to check-out and pay for your goods and services using CCBill. This file is coded for IPS 4.x IP.Commerce. You are encouraged to read through the entirety of this description to ensure this file is appropriate for your use case. Why CCBill? CCBill offers a trusted and dedicated payment processing system used to process millions of transactions each year between webmasters and consumers. It's developed a reputation as one of the leading payment processing systems, where your clients can securely and conveniently buy and you can manage purchases and subscriptions. It offers complimentary fraud control, membership and purchase management, and 24/7 consumer and merchant support - all in a trusted brand built over a decade and a half. CCBill offers payment types that are familiar and convenient for your users, no matter where they are located. Whether your consumers are using credit cards, electronic checks, bank debit, or are in Europe, the United Kingdom, Canada, or the United States, they can buy your product or service. CCBill accepts all major payment methods in a global processing system with multiple currency options, multilingual support, and dedicated payment options for geographic regions. CCBill offers payment processing in a variety of channels, including online businesses, dating, nonprofit organizations, high risk websites, live entertainment, and subscriptions. As a brief highlight: Online Business - CCBill provides your company with affordable and easy options in a technology-driven system that accepts credit card, debit card, and checking accounts through secure payment pages that can be branded as your own. Dating - CCBill integrates high-risk management into a dating business model that offers dynamic pricing and shopping features. Nonprofit - CCBill offers discounted rates for 501 (C)(3) status and access to millions of potential donors. CCBill can increase your fundraising through low rates and automated renewals. High-Risk - If you are a high-risk business model such as online adult entertainment, live entertainment and cam sites, penny auction sites, and complex business selling, CCBill is one of the few trusted choices for you and your consumers. It handles fraud and risk mitigation, consumer satisfaction, and banking and credit card regulation in a trusted brand which layers regulatory support for regulatory and legal factors, compliance support for content and legal issues, and consumer support for consumer satisfaction. Live Entertainment - If you offer live entertainment through the use of webcams, CCBill offers highly configurable business concepts such as multi-sign and one click upgrades. Subscriptions - For content-rich websites that offer digital or soft goods, CCBill offers a decade of experience specializing in subscription billing for content-rich websites. Learn more about CCBill: Merchants | Pricing My Story I wanted to share my own experiences and how I came about commissioning this payment gateway in a heartfelt story about how important it is to me to offer this payment gateway to the IPS Community. IPS Clients create communities around a diverse variety of topics, not all of which are suitable for mainstream payment providers such as PayPal and 2Checkout. Unfortunately, due to our content or business model, we are locked out of mainstream payment processors and unable to financially fund our communities. My community is like that too, and ever since I installed IP.Nexus back in 2012, I've been rejected over and over - and over and over! - again by mainstream payment providers. I know what it's like to make painful choices such as killing my own traffic so my website doesn't become a financial drain. It's taken me 3 years to get here. I've burned through highly-reputable IPS third-party developers who were recommended to me, but who couldn't finish the gateway. I've burned through an IPS third-party developer who supposedly specializes in IP.Commerce. I've even burned through Indian, Nepalese, and Bangladesh developers I found through oDesk. I've burned through thousands of dollars in wasted efforts and failed attempts. But the payment gateway is finally made! Offering this gateway is an affirmation of the incredible array of IPS communities and our diverse audiences -- to help your community as well as mine thrive by allowing our communities to self-finance in a sustainable manner so we can continue to grow, build, and celebrate the richness of our awesome communities and members. My First Steps I recognize that due to its price, this purchase is not a casual purchase. It's not designed to be. This is not one of those free or low-cost plugins in the Marketplace that you try, buy, and then discard. This is an investment into your community's future sustainability and financial success, and you should consider it as such. As the first steps to getting started, I encourage you to follow the instructions below to ensure you and your community are properly onboarded: Your Merchant application to CCBill is approved. Your website has been reviewed and is approved. You read through the "Merchants" section of CCBill's Merchant Knowledge Base (Link) in its entirety. You outline the types of goods and services you want to offer and how you want users to pay (eg. payment workflow). You converse with CCBill's Merchant Support regarding your proper choice(s) for Subaccounts and Forms. This step is critical, as it will determine how you will configure your payment gateways. You upgrade to the latest stable version of IPS 4.x with IP.Commerce enabled and no outstanding bugs. You have no third-party applications, plugins, or hooks that interfere with the normal functioning of IP.Commerce. I will make every effort to explain what options are available to you in CCBill and to assist you. However, due to the nature of this payment gateway and how CCBill receives pricing information in their forms, it is critical that you ultimately communicate with your Account Representative at CCBill to determine what options are most appropriate for you. Learn More about CCBill: Learn More | Merchant Sign-Up | Admin Login My Commitment This file is tested. Before releasing this file to the Marketplace, I ran through three rounds of testing. In my first round, I ran six test transactions on my demo website to ensure they gave the right result: Discover Card - Approval Discover Card - Denial (Risk) Discover Card - Denial (Banking) US Checking Account - Approval US Checking Account - Denial (Risk) US Checking Account - Denial (Banking) In my second round of testing that happened on my live website, I ran the same 6 test transactions to ensure they gave the right result. Finally, I ran two real transactions on my live website using my own Discover Card and US Checking Account to ensure the payments were triggered in CCBill. I also ran so many other test transactions during the development phase that I lost count. This file works. If I personally want to make money on my website, then my only recourse is to use my own CCBill Payment Gateway. As such, I can provide a live demo on my own website which walks you through a live and functioning CCBill Payment Gateway. The screenshots are also of a live, real transaction on my community. This file will support IPS 4.x over its lifetime. I am personally committed to ensuring this file works for the lifetime of IPS 4.x, and if there are any changes that need to be made to the file, I will ensure those changes are immediately released. This file will be documented. Working with CCBill can be tricky and complex. This payment gateway is different from others and isn't a one-click install. CCBill doesn't have a true API, so you will need to configure both CCBill and your IP.Commerce settings to match your needs. I am personally committed to making sure you understand your options and steps you need to take through documentation, screenshots, and other assistance. Screenshots The screenshots walk you through a complete transaction from beginning to end, so you can see how IP.Commerce interacts with CCBill. Checkout - 2 Images. I add "VIP Olympian" purchase to my cart, which is a recurring subscription of $20 / mo. On the checkout page, I am presented with two payment options to pay using credit card or online check, both through CCBill. CCBill Forms - 2 images. I am redirected to the CCBill form, which requires me to enter in my billing, address, and new account information. Once I submit, CCBill gives a payment confirmation with a link back to website. Success! CCBill Portal - 2 images. The first image is homepage of CCBill with link to Admin Login. Second image is my dashboard, which confirms the 2 purchases made Yesterday. Email - 3 images. First email is CCBill's confirmation to the subscriber. Second email is CCBill's confirmation to merchant. Third email is IPS 4's confirmation. Payment Settings - 2 images. First image shows two different payment gateways for CCBill (one for credit cards; the other for online bank checks). Second image shows live transaction marked as approved in ACP. Images valid as of April 2016. Questions & Answers Does the gateway accept ## payment type in ## country? You will need to refer to CCBill's payment processing options for your account. Some countries allow certain payments while others don't. Most clients will find CCBill's payment options are more than enough. What pricing option do you use? I'm on the Direct plan, which is only available to new sign-ups, although you should converse with an Account Representative to determine which one is most appropriate. Can my website contain ## content? You will need to submit a Merchant Application to see if your project is approved. For example, during my website's risk and compliance review I had to remove certain kinds of content. How do I configure my webhooks / subaccounts / test user / dynamic pricing in CCBill? CCBill offers extensive documentation, and you'll find their Live Chat is fantastic and will even do most of the work for you if you ask nicely. Is this purchase for life? Yes, this is a one-time purchase that is for lifetime and gives you download rights to all future updates to this specific file. Are there any restrictions on the purchase? You are welcome to use your gateway on as many IPS communities that you personally own. Happy selling to you. However, I'd like to request that you not redistribute your personal copy to anyone else. You paid a lot for it, and you should protect your copy. Why is the purchase so expensive? This cost is a fraction of what it would cost for a custom development job. Let's face it, you're already losing money every month on server costs, bandwidth, storage, cloud distribution, domain renewals, and everything else - I know I was. How much more can you afford to lose before you find a suitable solution? This gateway is a one-time, upfront investment so you can begin earning money. This file's price point is calibrated for serious webmasters who need a reputable and trusted payment gateway for high risk content. And since you're a serious webmaster, then you're serious about finding a solution to make your community sustainable and financially prosper. Are refunds allowed? No, this file is designed for webmasters who understand and want to invest in their own communities for the long-run, and understand the expectations before purchase. Will the gateway work with Community in the Cloud customers? This payment gateway may not work on Community in the Cloud customers as you may not (in most cases ) have any direct filesystem (FTP) access. You will need to check with your IPS hosting representative to see if you have FTP access, or if they can upload the file on your behalf. Does the gateway support CCBill Flexforms? No. Flexforms are best used when you can customize forms in advance (eg. an Online Business sells one and only kind of product, and you can define product in advance). In our case, we pass along variables via dynamic pricing to CCBill's standard Jpost form based upon the buyer's cart, so the gateway already customizes the form for you. This gives flexibility to you as a webmaster, since you can add / remove products and increase / decrease prices in the ACP without worrying about changing your Flexform; when your buyers checkout, the exact price is passed on to CCBill's standard form. If you'd like to customize the standard form with colors and logos, CCBill will be happy to assist you. What are your use cases? I personally use the gateway to sell recurring membership subscriptions, although it can be used for any of the major classes of IPS products: digital goods, physical goods, advertising, subscriptions, etc. All this gateway does is handle the actual payment; everything else is handled by IP.Commerce. Does the gateway support the scenario where members sell ## and I get a commission (such as the IPS Marketplace)? Kind of. You, as webmaster, will get paid the full amount at time of checkout. CCBill does not offer an API and, by itself, cannot do automated pay-outs like PayPal. What instead will happen is that your sellers will be credited with funds into Account Credit. They may then use those Account Credits for other purchases on your website, manual payouts using another payment gateway, or automated payouts using another payment gateway. If I use CloudFlare, what do I need to do? Please be sure to add CCBill's IP address to your CloudFlare firewall, so the API notification will go through. Thank you to one of our purchasers for reporting this. More Q&A will be posted as inquiries are made. I am committed to providing as much upfront transparency as possible so you can be successful with the gateway. If you have a question, please ask. I will be more than happy to walk through your payment workflow. Reviews Feedback Thank you in advance for any positive feedback you leave below in the Reviews. I would love to hear your stories on how this payment gateway empowered you to start earning money and to become a profitable, self-sustaining community!
    $500.00
    1 point
  6. Version 2.0.0

    66 downloads

    Robokassa Payment Gateway for Invision Community.
    Free
    1 point
  7. Version 1.0.6

    72 downloads

    Simply, This plugin will inject text into any post copied from your site (by "Ctrl+C" or "Right Clicking then Copy")... When I user copies (Ctrl+C) this content: "lorem ipsum dolor sit amet" When the user paste (CTRL+V), the content will be (for example): "lorem ipsum dolor sit amet" Read more here : Some URL This's very useful to get a backlink to your site... Many thanks @EricT for introducing this idea.
    $15.00
    1 point
  8. Version 1.0.0

    29 downloads

    This plugin will show, to the file submitter, the default IPS 4.3 message when their file isn't available to be purchased. Currently, it shows to everyone, except file submitter.
    Free
    1 point
  9. Version 1.0.0

    30 downloads

    I personally really like the support ticket system in Commerce, however one thing that has always annoyed me is that users don't get notifications when a staff member replies to their ticket. This application will notify the user (either by inline notification or email, depending on their settings (defaults to inline)) that their ticket has had a reply and will take them to it if clicked.
    $5.00
    1 point
  10. Version 1.0.1

    14 downloads

    R2S Piorun [] Live demo: https://road2skill.eu/ This is only theme .xml (no layout .psd) if you want to have this servers table you must have (GS) Server List by NaXe The theme is compatible with the forum application, I have not tested the rest Server Banner
    $20.00
    1 point
  11. Version 1.0.0

    23 downloads

    WalletOne is a payment service that has many payment methods, low commissions and a convenient merchant's office.
    Free
    1 point
  12. Version 1.0.2

    34 downloads

    Yandex.Money Payment Gateway for Invision Community.
    Free
    1 point
  13. IPS includes the option to add your favicon, share & application image from within the ACP. No need to have the favicon uploaded to html directory. So we uploaded our favicon, we added our share image and we added our application image. However, upon reloading the forum, the favicon had changed from what we had in our html directory and had now uploaded via the ACP. The favicon in acp, remains as the correct favicon (caches cleared, refreshed etc.). The one on the left is wrong, it's taken this from applications, I removed the share image & favicon remained incorrect. I removed the application image and our favicon returned. Is this just me and I'm doing something wrong or is this a repeatable issue by others and should be raised as a bug?
    1 point
  14. Steph40

    4TECH support topic

    Looks awesome! Gratz.
    1 point
  15. A successful community only needs three core elements to flourish and begin producing results. Your community will require some care and effort to flourish, but with the right strategies in place, you'll ensure that the value your community produces continues to increase as time goes by. Let's take a look at the three elements that make for a successful community. Content Content is the life-blood of any community. Content is what is posted by your members, and by your team. In the early days, you'll need to seed discussions and respond to customers posts regularly. It's important to demonstrate that you're actively involved with the community and encouraging others to post and extend discussions. Over time, user-generated content will begin to propel your community forwards. A great way to bring in new users is to write valuable articles using Pages, or the Blog apps. Writing about issues relevant to your community can help position you as an expert and will be shared widely by your community. You don't have to be an expert writer to create articles. There are free apps such as Grammarly to help polish your prose. A great way to quickly generate new content is to quote other news sources and offer your own commentary. For example, if your community is based around TV shows, right now you could easily create a new article for your site based on Game of Thrones by quoting a small part of two or three existing articles denouncing how the quality of writing on Game of Thrones has slipped and offer your contrasting thoughts. Just remember to link back to the original article and check the source site to make sure they are happy for this to happen. HubSpot has a great article on how to quote without stealing. Traffic To really start building your community, you need a steady flow of visitors from outside sources. The content you create will drive traffic into your community, but it sometimes needs a helping hand. Content from inside established communities can drive millions of impressions a month from search engines. It's worth making sure you're making good use of the built-in SEO tools. We recently performed a thorough review of how Invision Community optimises for SEO including adding features such as lazy loading. It is also a good idea to put your community link in your email signature, and share it widely via social media. A good number of our successful community owners have created a Facebook page, and a Twitter account for their community and share their best content over those social channels. Email is still a very powerful tool for creating an audience. We send out a monthly newsletter here at Invision Community, and articles we share with it are viewed at least four times as much as other articles. Engagement Once you have a steady stream of visitors consuming content on your site, you need to engage them to convert them from a casual visitor to a registered member, and then beyond. The first step is to get your visitor to register. While we recommend you make many forums open for guest viewing, we do recommend that you ask for guests to register before posting. We recently added a new feature called 'Post Before Registering' that allows guests to reply and sign-up in one simple activation flow. Most members initially join for selfish reasons. Perhaps they have a broken iPhone and want to ask for help. Or perhaps they came to ask how to fix a code problem. Generally speaking, they do not join out of altruism and a strong desire to help others. To convert a one-time poster to a regular contributor can take some work. Ensuring the default notifications include email when a new post is made will help encourage the poster to return. You can also tag the member in other discussions you feel may be interesting to them. We recently added a few new engagement features that also showcases other interesting content in notification based emails. Taking the time to welcome the member, and showing them how to access the best from your community can go a long way to making your site stand out. Taking the time to focus on these three core elements will help your community grow and prosper. You may not see overnight results, but over time you will start to see a huge difference in visitors, registrations and returning members. That wraps it up for this article. We'd love to know your thoughts on our suggestions and any strategies that you've used in the past that have worked well.
    1 point
  16. Hello, I haven't purchased this app yet, so please know that I am keeping a close eye on developments because: 1. I'm unhappy with IPS store. I don't like how difficult it is to integrate payment methods through it. I bought points economy to fix this, but Kevin made it so that Rules app is required. It's blacklisted in the marketplace. The lite version doesn't really do it justice. I hate that where developers give a free version but they make you have to buy it off site. Anyways, there's no way to manage points with it. But from what I'm reading, IPS store has very minimal integration with Members shop. And I don't want to have two store apps on my site. 2. Is it possible to add a custom payment gateway system to members shop? There's no harm in having multiple points systems, if I can set conversion integration rules to go with each ones strengths and core values. Here's what I'm thinking. Members shop, allows someone to add credit into it. that credit through points can be transferred as a payment method directly to pay for items in the IPS store. Another option is to have it transfer to points economy and have a rule setup to both apps to increase compatibility with points, credits and available payment methods for purchases. for example, if I donate points to a member, I want them to be able to purchase or access items with it. But I also want them to be able to exchange cash flow between multiple members. An account credit integration with commerce would allow this to happen through balance links. I want to award members by posting with points that can be converted to cash, and cash that can be converted to points. 3. I need the ability to make shop items movable between the IPS store and members shop, with the option to purchase the same product from both places. Especially if it is a file download, or access to a particular site page. Members shop has a ton of add ons to enhance the functionality, but I need the two linked together to have say, goals be compatible with donations, and or account credit be compatible with points sent as gifts. I want to create a referrals system through an invitations app, that allows actual members to be considered as products to interact with. So integrate referrals with coupon or voucher codes. then get rewards based on the quality of posts your referrals bring in. this way quantity could control what permissions referrals get assigned to if trusted member groups is where someone with a "quality reaction, review or rating" can truly master. So for example, I'm selling an application form potential musicians to be approved into my new band. But, the musicians I want may not all be on the site. So I want all members of the band, to be rewarded for best work made by other artists. The best way to do that, would be to get awarded initially for bringing another artist referral on to the community site. Then the more posts they make with their files they created, and were approved independently by that band organizer, the band member would get a reputation that would increase over time. eventually, they'd be accepted into the band, with the end result being, referrals turn into awards. Awards turn into cash flow. If I wanted to collaborate with other members on a project, I'd want there to be ways in which such a collaboration could be recognized. I could do that with reactions, but only if I were able to browse all reactions a particular member received or had been given respectively. You can't do that yet with IPS. Nor can you do that with trophies and medals because they're only displayed publicly, but not in relation or context to why they existed. Which is what I want to promote, a stream that is more than a bookmark, tied in with the complementary system of points, referrals, awards and shop items. That in itself would be the affiliation all done in house, without a need for products that have no life, like a pizza or a statue from generating renewable income independently. If this can all be done, you got me as a client for life. As such, this ats as my improvement list. I hope to be able to buy this as the achievements turn into reality. Manually managing items like this should also be an option for quick admin approval overrides.
    1 point
  17. @jpointer2_merged I use Amazon S3 and would recommend it. There are also cheaper 'clones' such as Wasabi available. Re costs, it's surprisingly low cost. To give you an idea, my largest site has an S3 bucket with currently 3.7GB of assets (attachments, themes, images etc) and I'm now out of the free tier for the 1st year which includes lots of free allowances. Obviously mileage will vary as it's all relative to your site, but my cost during the free year was about $1_2 a month and now is less than $4-$5 a month including Cloudfront CDN and some other features, which reduces your costs further than using S3 alone and let's you mask the rather gruesome default provided url sjhbbhjsbhjbhjs1223748@amazonaws.com with a nice CNAME such as cdn.yoursitename.com etc. Also using Cloudflare will help because it prevents a lot of undesirable bad bots from accessing your files, thereby saving you some bandwidth and access costs. Its the 20th of the month and here are my current costs, also you can set a budget and get alerts way before any overspending. The IPS Help Guide for AWS S3 sadly hasn't been updated for a long time especially in terms of the video tutorial, but it's enough to get you going and combined with the AWS documentation (which is comprehensive but still contains some contradictory information such as having to make the objects/files in your bucket publicly readable (you shouldn't for just storing images, css, js etc)), you should have no real problems. There is a lot of trial and error but one tip I'd recommend to anyone setting up S3 is when naming your S3 bucket to store your assets, you will see some docs saying to use your domain name in DNS compatible format. This originally was interpreted as say cdn.yoursitename.com so that is what you would name the bucket. Last year AWS added some new features and it became clear that you are better off naming your bucket cdn-yoursitename-com using hyphens instead of dots for a few reasons, the main one being compatibility with the newer S3 features such as s3 acceleration or cross region bucket replication. You can't enable it if your bucket name contains dots, even though technically that is dns compatible. You can't rename a bucket, so I had to create a new bucket with hyphens, copy over all my files and permissions, etc, then switch my Cloudfront and IPS4 to use the new bucket. Hope you find this helpful.
    1 point
  18. What am I missing here ? I never cared about this h2, h3 thing til I started to deal with blogs in different communities. Now a few bloggers have asked me the ability to add h2 and h3 titles in the editor, but I can't find the option, unless I grant them html privileges in the editor? Is this something we have all forgotten? Even wordpress has the option to insert a h3 line and others, in the editor. I don't think the website could be vulnerable if we allow users to use those tags, right?
    1 point
  19. This is interesting. I'm looking for a point system so that users can do on-site transactions with others (not as an incentive earning system) and this system looks promising, though I wish they could just exchange their points to account credit and then request a withdrawal after if they meet the minimum without our involvement or having to "purchase" something.
    1 point
  20. Andy Millne

    Blog dissapointment

    blogs is intended for multiple user submitted blogs whereas Pages is better suited to content from the community owner. There’s no story.
    1 point
  21. Howdy, I have two feature ideas if time allows. Club/role sync support, similar to Groups. Most likely ACP only, but the ability to Create Roles with Clubs would be cool. Two server support. I figure this is a long shot, but I've got a community and an event server. Would be nice if I could set different ranks for each based on groups.
    1 point
  22. Thanks for clarifying. Ah, So the latest IPS update caused that, wasn't sure if it was just something overlooked or what. I just figured it would be best to mention it, Though, Behemoth theme was one of the themes i tried on there, that had that issue however.
    1 point
  23. Adriano Faria

    Change Post Date

    Sunday! If you can wait until tomorrow I’ll take a look!!!
    1 point
  24. Don't think there's a need for that when there's an option to change the font size. EDIT: Or you can add this is a new editor button in the ACP. Customization > Toolbar (Under Editor) > "Add Button" button on top > Custom. Type = Single Line Block, then add "<h1>{content}</h1>" in the HTML box.
    1 point
  25. Version 1.0.0

    93 downloads

    CoinGate Payment Gateway for Invision Community. Buy, Sell & Accept Cryptocurrency. Buy Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies in Europe and Worldwide. Accepting Bitcoin Payments on Any Stores.
    Free
    1 point
  26. Hi, can you please add a setting for the minimum number of characters? If I copy only two words on the site then it is not really necessary to add a copyright notice. E. g. I would add a copyright notice for the copied text over 150 characters only. Thank you
    1 point
  27. Version 1.0.0

    15 downloads

    RBK.money is an international platform for all types of payments. Payments in 60 countries. One contract for all payments. Connection in 48 hours. Fraud Payment Protection. Withdrawal in the next day.
    Free
    1 point
  28. For me Invision Community is the software I started using way back when the version number was 1.x. It's constantly improved, reliable and easily extendable. You can build what you need without programming knowledge using resources on the Marketplace, advice on on official forums and help from really supportive community. That paired with quick, proffessional and reliable support makes it a solution which is a pleasure to use for both the users and the staff. (Suffice to say I've tested phpbb and various modifications, smf, vb... stuck with Invision, even when it went commercial I've bit the bullet and bought the license - never regretted it.)
    1 point
  29. TheJackal84

    Member Info Block

    Version 1.0.3

    633 downloads

    Add a member info widget to your board, This will show information about the logged in member Features Shows the users cover photo (If they have one) Shows the users group image (if they have one) Shows the users group Shows the users ID Shows the users rank Shows the users total reputation Shows the users member of the days won from the leader board Shows the users joined date All have a nice font-awesome icons floating to the left
    Free
    1 point
  30. Version 1.0.0

    20 downloads

    Yandex.Kassa Payment Gateway for Invision Community.
    Free
    1 point
  31. Version 1.0.0

    38 downloads

    Webmoney Payment Gateway for Invision Community.
    Free
    1 point
  32. Version 1.0.0

    11 downloads

    Uniteller Payment Gateway for Invision Community
    Free
    1 point
  33. Version 1.0.0

    16 downloads

    Sberbank-acquiring payment module allows you to sell products, services and subscriptions in Invision Community using cards.
    Free
    1 point
  34. Version 1.0.0

    13 downloads

    This plugin adds Portmone.com as a payment method to your Invision Community store. Portmone.com can safely, quickly and easily accept VISA and MasterCard in your store in minutes. For the module to work, registration is required in the service. Acceptance of payments in Ukrainian hryvnia.
    Free
    1 point
  35. Version 1.0.0

    11 downloads

    By connecting to PayOnline, you can accept payments on your site using popular means of payment.
    Free
    1 point
  36. Version 1.0.0

    14 downloads

    PayMaster allows you to connect any payment system for your online store based on Invision Community.
    Free
    1 point
  37. Version 1.0.0

    10 downloads

    Accepting payments in Invision Community using Internet-acquiring of Modulbank Bank. The bank does not charge a service fee, the commission is only from purchases. If there are no purchases, internet-acquiring is free. The buyer enters the card data on the site, and the purchase is displayed in your personal account.
    Free
    1 point
  38. Version 1.0.0

    11 downloads

    Interkassa is an online payment method aggregator for online businesses: over 5,000 active clients; over 3,000,000 transactions per month; 70+ payment methods; 99% of withdrawal operations take from 2 minutes to 1 day, depending on the withdrawal method; integration with 19 popular CMS and website designers; almost 10 years on the Ukrainian market, more than 90 employees, representative offices in the CIS and Europe.
    Free
    1 point
  39. Version 1.0.0

    21 downloads

    Free-kassa Payment Gateway
    Free
    1 point
  40. Version 1.0.0

    16 downloads

    Accepting payments to Invision Community using QIWI Kassa - a popular payment service.
    Free
    1 point
  41. One general point about this function from last year:
    1 point
  42. An affiliate program has a lot of potential to grow a community and increase the income, since you get your members to advertise your site and your products. The current implementation of the Commerce referrer function is too limited though at the moment. Maybe it can be improved someday. This is how most site-based affiliate system I use work nowadays: 1. They are HTTP-referrer based. The affiliate partner registers his site(s) and confirms his ownership, e.g. by uploading a special file via FTP. After that, all incoming links from those site are automatically tracked through the HTTP referrer. No special URLs necessary. The current Commerce implementation only allows one homepage link and nothing else. You can’t point the affiliate links to certain forum posts, Commerce products or whatever. That doesn’t really invite users to spread the links. 2. Query string for social media In addition to the automatic tracking, affiliate partners can usually set up a query string to be used on Twitter, Facebook, in emails and so on. You just add something like ?refby=[affiliate_ID] to any URL and it will be tracked for the affiliate program. That too encourages users to spread links to your site. But currently only the homepage link can be shared.
    1 point
  43. Version 2.0.0

    79 downloads

    Adds a visible red badge for out of stock packages in the ACP list.
    Free
    1 point
    Awesome applikation and awesome support. This is a perfect program for my community. Thank you so many times 🙂 Which I could give you more stars!!!!
    1 point
  44. Version 1.0.1

    100 downloads

    This plugin adds a link to the product page of the products listed in the shopping cart. Compatible with Community Suite 4.2.1 NOT UPDATED FOR 4.3+
    Free
    1 point
  45. Version 1.0.1

    124 downloads

    This simple plugin adds a shopping cart icon to the mobile navigation bar if the user has any product in the store cart. Compatible with Community Suite 4.2.1 NOT UPDATED FOR 4.3+ If you are wondering what's the + icon in the screenshot...
    Free
    1 point
  46. @TheJackal84 got a free copy of Trophies and Medals to provide further integration between these 2 apps:)
    1 point
  47. Cheers lol, Looking at the screenshots it look's like maybe the Guru points can be used but not the Concept cash as it uses decimals, But it will all depend how that apps made and where it stores the points, I can send Kevin a message and see
    1 point
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