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  1. Invision Community has an exciting opportunity for an experienced PHP developer to join our team. Invision Power Services, Inc. is behind the leading community software platform, Invision Community. Our tailored solutions serve clients of all sizes, from smaller communities to the world’s biggest brands. We have been on the forefront of independent and white label engagement communities since 2002. The Role As a back end PHP developer, you will be working closely within a tight nimble team. You are a clear thinking problem solver and are able to demonstrate skills in creativity and innovation with the ability to meet deadlines. You thrive when given a brief and create well structured efficient code. Your role will be varied and involve bug fixing, peer reviews, helping refine a technical specification and contribute code towards new functionality for Invision Community. The position is remote, but it will require significant overlap with the EST working day. We offer a friendly relaxed environment with an established team who have a passion for what they do. There is an opportunity to learn from others and progress into more senior roles. Key Responsibilities Write well designed testable efficient code by using sound development processes Cooperate with other team members to develop new features Gather and refine specifications are requirements based on technical needs Create and maintain software documentation The most important characteristic is a willingness to learn and to take on new challenges. The role is varied and you can be working on a launch with an enterprise customer or crafting code for our latest features depending on priorities. Skills & Experience Significant experience as a PHP developer in a commercial environment Experience with MySQL. Experience with github. Experience with various web services such as OAuth, SAML, REST, etc. Experience working within a team with a strong culture. Some experience with HTML, CSS and JS. Worked on large scale applications. Confident with modern OOP standards including traits, etc. The depth of experience can vary between developers. Please apply even if some of these areas are not your strongest points. We can offer training and mentoring for the right candidate and our team is very supportive. Location Remote but must be available for a significant portion of 9-5 EST working day. Salary Dependent on experience. Please submit your salary expectations on the application form. How To Apply Please complete the application form giving us as much information as possible.
    6 points
  2. I'm assuming "nulled" means you pirated the software and its been modified in some way by someone to make it easier to pirate or not require a valid license key. Whoever modified the software to allow you to do this may not have the highest ethical standards, and for all you know, your copy may be doing not great things. You should likely treat your data and filesystem as suspect and as if they were compromised. Rather than copy over valid files on your existing site, I would suggest that the safest way to proceed would be to use the importers to import the data from your existing situation into a legally purchased copy. I would not bring over any themes or plugins from your existing version, and instead ensure that those are acquired separately and from legitimate sources. Kudos on you for being open and transparent.
    3 points
  3. We definitely want to bring this kind of functionality to Pages. It's high on our list.
    3 points
  4. 🥲 Appreciate that @Davyc!!
    2 points
  5. @Jordan Invision could you get this moved to a more relevant location, as it is nothing to do with the marketplace or the products available from there. Pretty much, yes - pay money, download package, upload to your site, run the upgrade (if necessary) But there may be other caveats - but never used a nulled version so no idea.
    2 points
  6. You won't have access to the below linked item, but it is seemingly fixed in 4.6:
    2 points
  7. Adriano Faria

    Quizzes

    What's New in Version 1.5.2: New Features: Add questions image to the quiz results Add Quizzes Plays to the Admin CP ->Statistics -> Activity -> Overview Fix: Fix points integration when playing quizzes without enable the Members Shop integration Fix error when creating a category with reviews disabled
    2 points
  8. Correct - but we shouldn't have to build new page templates, and not everyone is up to doing this, so whilst you are correct I am asking for something out of the box and not having to make new templates. I can do this myself, but I am asking on behalf of those who can't 🙂
    2 points
  9. You are actually not. Create a new page template (Page Builder), e. g. with following code: <div> <div class='ipsGrid ipsGrid_collapsePhone'> <div class='ipsGrid_span3'> {template="widgetContainer" group="pages" app="cms" params="'col1', $widgets, 'vertical'"} </div> <div class='ipsGrid_span3'> {template="widgetContainer" group="pages" app="cms" params="'col2', $widgets, 'vertical'"} </div> <div class='ipsGrid_span3'> {template="widgetContainer" group="pages" app="cms" params="'col3', $widgets, 'vertical'"} </div> <div class='ipsGrid_span3'> {template="widgetContainer" group="pages" app="cms" params="'col4', $widgets, 'vertical'"} </div> </div> <div class='ipsGrid ipsGrid_collapsePhone'> <div class='ipsGrid_span6'> {template="widgetContainer" group="pages" app="cms" params="'col5', $widgets, 'vertical'"} </div> <div class='ipsGrid_span6'> {template="widgetContainer" group="pages" app="cms" params="'col6', $widgets, 'vertical'"} </div> </div> </div> This would give you four columns in the first line and two columns in the second line. Change ipsGrid_spanX to whatever you like, and you have a flexible layout. Or play with columns instead of grid.
    2 points
  10. Miss_B

    Memberlist

    Version 1.0.2

    5 downloads

    This app will add a new page to your forum listing all your members based on their joined date and sorted in a descend order. Display The memberlist can be displayed in 2 types, as grid and list. By default it is displayed as grid. Permissions Only members with the appropriate permissions will be able to view the memberlist. Permissions can be set at the app 's settings page. Custom Sorting The memberlist can be searched and sorted by the following options: Group Joined Last Posted Last Visit Last Activity Content Count Reputation Points Profile Views Sidebar A sidebar containing 4 widget blocks can be shown as well. The sidebar and each of the custom widgets can be enabled/disabled separately. They are as follow: Piechart displaying all members by group. Top Posters. Most Topic Starters Most Liked Members Group Exclusions You exclude members from being displayed at either the memberlist or the sidebar blocks based on their primary and/or secondary groups. You can also exclude groups from being displayed at the Member Pie Chart Graph.
    $11.00
    1 point
  11. Harness the force as a community leader. A long time ago in the Interwebs far, far away... I proudly signed off all my posts and emails with the title: Owner, Administrator. Anyone in a 10-mile digital radius from me was made well aware: I AM AN OWNER AND ADMINISTRATOR. I AM IMPORTANT I PROMISE. I OWN AND ADMINISTRATE!!! Granted I held off on the all-caps, but still. My assertion permeated throughout all areas of my online presence. Though well-intentioned, my identity as an administrator pushed me away from the community I fostered. I focused more on growing the group rather than being part of the group, thus creating an unspoken hierarchy that placed my members below me. Recognizing your members are living, breathing, sentient people is one of the most important aspects of community building, but I couldn’t see the forest from the trees. Part of me enjoyed the authority and power attached to my role as the website’s administrator. But with that power came isolating separation – the dark side if you will. A community I unknowingly built was unrelatable to me because I was unrelatable to them. Is it possible to remove “me” and “them” from the equation entirely and replace it with an “us?” Our community members aren’t naive to the fact that someone does technically own the community, and that part of your role as a community leader is administrating. It’s less about the title and more of the mindset. How can you connect with your community? By being relatable and approachable. Better yet? Leading by example. Become a community leader Shifting your interpersonal narrative from administrator to community leader can profoundly change your community’s culture for the better. As a community leader, you’ll inevitably perform administrative tasks, including the nitty gritty like group promotions, moderating and reputation (all critical functions for a high-functioning community). However, it’s possible to execute said functions while cloaked under anonymity that the administrator title can provide (that’s not necessarily good or bad, it just is). An important component to community leading is visibility. For many years, I made sure my Invision Community software was up-to-date, licenses paid, the registration system worked, spam defense was light-saber slicing the plastic-surgery-gambling bots to Tatooine. I was a fantastic administrator, but my presence from my community, the very place I worked tirelessly to keep running, was sorely missed. The moment I went “all-in,” meaning I decided to become an integral part of my community outside of the administrator role (by commenting on members’ topics, responding back in private message group chats, reacting to content, listening to feedback and opening up about real-life success and failures) is the moment I evolved into a community leader. I wanted to be seen. My deliberate change of self perception produced exponential growth in terms of traffic and new registrations. More importantly, I became a better community leader. I feel compelled to not only share pop music news with my community, but also what’s going on in my life. It wasn’t a comfortable transition, but a necessary one. Upon stripping away my title from administrator to community leader, I became a role model. I became someone my members came to for more than just technical forum advice. They wanted to see how I was doing. They wanted to share their wins and losses with me after seeing me succeed and fail in public. They saw me as a person; a leader. At the end of the day, community leading means forging connections, sharing your highs and lows and showing up for your members. That starts from within, which may feel incredibly awkward at first, but get comfortable with discomfort and watch you and your community blossom. Thoughts on transforming from administrator to Jedi community leader? Sound off in the comments! And may the +1 be with you.
    1 point
  12. Sounds good, when software smiles...
    1 point
  13. Steph40

    Menu PLUS

    Fantastic app from a fantastic dev. It looks so good I am using the default theme with this from now on.
    1 point
  14. Update to all. Reverted to my 4.4 backup. Re-upgraded. Seems to have worked. The only thing I did different was deactivate my 2FA and pre-deactivate all apps and plugins. Thanks all for your help.
    1 point
  15. Additional note. If you can start fresh, I'd go with that. The above comments were assuming you have significant content you'd like to keep.
    1 point
  16. Ok, let's get straight to the point. Here I have widget for guests so for signed users is hidden. but not completely I must add to my .css this .ipsWidget.ipsHide { margin-bottom: 0 !important; display: none !important; } to be truly hidden one of many little things that are still not fixed... and spoils the overall impression
    1 point
  17. Because of the way how IPS theme hooks are called:D I'll see what I can do:)
    1 point
  18. I've added this as a bug in our internal tracker.
    1 point
  19. It's fairly high up the list. I'd expect to see some updates pretty soon (as in with the next few months).
    1 point
  20. Hi All. Hopefully this is a simple fix or a missed setting that I'm not seeing. When a member buys a file, and they go back to the file page and it shows 2 buttons "Download This file" and a "Buy Now" button (screenshot below). But since they bought it once, I don't want them to buy it again. Is there a setting that I'm missing that hides the "Buy Now" button once the file has been purchased? It has caused a lot of confusion with my members, several of which have bought the file several times. I've reset my theme just in case there was something altered, but the problem remains. I'm on v4.4.9.1. Thanks for the help.
    1 point
  21. Greetings, I'm working on setting up paid downloads on my site. After setting up the payment options and permissions, I uploaded a new file, set the price to $15, and purchased it using a credit card. After doing so, I see the "Download this file" button, but I also see the, "Buy Now - $15.00" button, even though I've already purchased the file. Why is this button still visible? Thanks in advance for any insight. ..Al
    1 point
  22. Matt

    Downloads basket?

    This remains on our list but there are some technical challenges to overcome based on the relationship between transactions, packages and invoices. We want to add it too, but it’s pegged for a time when we need to perform major surgery in those areas.
    1 point
  23. Some questions: Will community owners be able to select the default push notification for new members, similar to default notifications? When users login and are prompted to accept notifications, I'd like to recommend that IPS adds a 'recommended' tag to the default selection. This will give communities the greatest chance of engagement (or no engagement, whatever floats your boat).
    1 point
  24. Any option to bulk send push or it is only tied to notifications?
    1 point
  25. Wow when Joel takes it up to write something up you know its gonna be good. I can hardly add anything else on top of it. +1
    1 point
  26. In your theme, you should create a template. For example Open this template core_global_analysis/preload_css, and add this code {{foreach array_unique( \IPS\Output::i()->cssFiles, SORT_STRING ) as $file}} <link rel='preload' href='{expression="\IPS\Http\Url::external( $file )->setQueryString( 'v', \IPS\Theme::i()->cssCacheBustKey() )"}' as="style"> {{endforeach}} and Save. Open your global template, and add before {template="includeMeta" app="core" group="global" location="global" params=""} This {template="preload_css" app="core" group="analysis" location="global" params=""}
    1 point
  27. Version 6.0.1

    3,481 downloads

    Show a legend of your groups in the Who's Online and Recently Browsing widgets, sorted in the order you specify and linked to the search system. Handy so that people know what those group prefixes and suffixes mean. You choose which groups appear in the legend, and the order they will appear in, with the plugin settings in the ACP. Group links will carry any group formatting (colors, etc.) you may have set. Clicking the entries in the legend takes users to a list of all members with that group designation. Version 6 is for Invision Community 4.5 and above. Tweaks the &q appendage slightly - this is tested but environments vary, give a yell if there are problems. Version 5 is for IPS 4.4.5 and above. Untested on earlier versions. Version 5 addresses changes within the IPS search subsystem that now REQUIRES a query parameter to be passed through. GNI urls now append a "&q= " - and yes, the space after equals sign is intentional and necessary. If you edit the plugin template files, do keep this in mind.
    Free
    1 point
  28. Thanks for the response. I see it does the same thing here, never noticed that before. Wish this was an option -- this just looks confusing to me, and is not the sort of thing I expected to see after buying the file. I am absolutely going to be asked, "Why does it still show the purchase button after I already bought the file?" I can see the case for someone wanting to purchase multiple licenses for a file, but I'd rather see a "Gift" option where you can purchase a license for another member of the forum. Many digital stores offer this, and it's something I've used numerous times in the past when purchasing licenses. And it's definitely something that would get used by people on my site. Let me think about this before I take any action. ..Al
    1 point
  29. You can't. It only checks if it's a purchasable file and show it again. It can be "removed" with a plugin. Send a PM if you want me to take a look on it.
    1 point
  30. How can I prevent this? Settings for this are all over the place, so it's a bit confusing to setup. Thanks, ..Al
    1 point
  31. Because the user can purchase a second licence of the file. I understand that this should be optional by file but it's global.
    1 point
  32. Can hide "buy now" button after purchase file?
    1 point
  33. I noticed this here also, in the marketplace. Not sure what the logic is on that.
    1 point
  34. InvisionHQ

    Group Legend

    Version 1.2.6

    1,616 downloads

    This widget allows you to display your member groups to your users in a widget. This widget will help your users see what groups are available and allow to easily perform a search for members in a group by clicking on a group name. View: http://bbcode.it Easy to setup. Widget works with both head/footer and sidebar zones. Customize order and remove groups from the list. Groups display styled. Add an additional global prefix & suffix on all groups in the list. Select which groups can view the block Click a group to perform a member search for all users in that group. Add extra text under the Legend. IPS 4.1 / 4.2 / 4.3 / 4.4 Final If you have suggestions for Group Legend, we'd be happy to hear them via the forums: http://bbcode.it Full support is provided for this plugin, you can request support via.. Forums: http://bbcode.it Email: iotivedo (at) gmail.com
    Free
    1 point
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