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Randy Calvert

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  1. This is not officially supported. You’re better off working with the resource author to fix the issue honestly.
  2. You mean something like this? Some text… And more text… If so… it’s basically putting your cursor where you want the image added then choosing Add File. Once uploaded, click it to inset. It into the specific spot in your post.
  3. You have the “all” checkbox selected. If you uncheck “all”, can you select individual forums?
  4. There is no way to do this. There is not a feature to send only XX messages per day with the Sendgrid integration.
  5. Same answer as the other post you made for closed clubs applies here. There is no toggle within the ACP, but you can edit your theme to remove the button fairly easily.
  6. There is no toggle in the ACP to show/hide the Join button. With that being said, you can certainly do this by editing your theme. In the theme HTML settings, filter the templates by the word "clubs". You should see: core > front > clubs. There are a few different templates specifically you might need to look at (maybe more)... I would start with "header", "clubCard", and "nonMemberClubStatus". Search for "Join" and you should see the HTML references there. An example from one template to give you an idea of what to look for: {{if $club->canJoin()}} <hr class='ipsHr ipsHr_small'> <a class="ipsButton ipsButton_small ipsButton_primary ipsButton_fullWidth" href="{$club->url()->setQueryString('do', 'join')->csrf()}" {{if $club->isPaid() and $memberStatus !== $club::STATUS_INVITED_BYPASSING_PAYMENT}}data-confirm data-confirmIcon="info" data-confirmMessage="{lang="club_membership_item"}" data-confirmSubmessage="{$club->memberFeeMessage()}"{{endif}}>{lang="club_join"}</a> {{endif}}
  7. As a tip, one thing that helped me when I first moved from local storage to S3 was to do only 1 or 2 conversions at a time and I started with the less impactful things. For example, the first thing I moved was club images.... then store products, etc. As I gained confidence, I moved onto the more important things. I did JS and CSS second to last since they're fast moving and could happen without a lot of impact to the user after switching. Then finally the uploads/attachments since there was a lot of those and it took the most time. (By then I was very confident it would work.)
  8. Near future? Most likely not. It’s taken many months for new features to be considered, if accepted… developed and tested. You can look at having a 3rd party developer create this capability for you, but if you’re on a time crunch I would not bet on it having time to be done as a core feature.
  9. Great resource and a great dev. Was great collaborating on this to come up with a pretty solid list of features! I can’t officially review the product because it was originally done for me as a custom project (so I don’t have it installed via Marketplace), but this was exactly what we needed for our site! The moderators have already gone through over 500 signature approvals since it has been added.
  10. It’s a bucket permission problem. I had the same issue. You need to allow the world permission to access it. By default access is only allowed to named API users.
  11. Do you have any sort of group promotions defined?
  12. It was most likely a permission problem on the folders being 777 or a file ownership issue. https://www.mysysadmintips.com/linux/servers/587-find-if-permission-denied-error-is-caused-by-selinux
  13. This almost looks like some sort of automated activity. It seems to be spaced out like clock work. - Is this a dedicated or shared server? (If it’s a VPS, are we sure there is not something stealing CPU and causing a lack of resources?) - Is there anything else that runs on the server outside of IPB? - When these spikes happen… we can absolutely see the disk IO increase but this does not describe what’s causing it. What processes are consuming the most disk/cpu/ram?
  14. As someone who has run servers for years, I've not once had this problem. Again... IPS only reports what it sees reported back to it. Use the tests I gave above. I'll bet you'll find either it's not really disabled, or it's disabled in a different version of PHP than what your IPB instance is actually using.
  15. Those are all normal and correct folders. Each has a specific purpose/use. css_build_* are for CSS files. javascript_* are for various JS used in the software (core, forums, etc) monthly_* are uploads/attachments uploaded by users (avatars, pictures, files, etc) organized by month of upload so you don't have a million files in one folder. set_resources_* are related to theme assets/images.
  16. There used to be access to the SQL tool in the Support area of the ACP. But that was removed awhile back. As @Muddy Bootsnoted... there is not any sort of direct access to the files or data. Think of it like working in Gmail.
  17. There is not a lot of white space to remove. You could either make all the fonts smaller or remove data. To be honest though I would just not sticky that area.
  18. CiC does not include direct database access. Your best bet would be to have some sort of plugin created or to leverage the REST API to script the work.
  19. Top is a good start. What is the biggest offender? (I’m guessing it’s either Apache or Mysql) Is it CPU or memory constrained? Have you looked at the server connections? (netstat -plant) Have you looked at traffic logs and did any sort of correlation of traffic to load?
  20. It was discussed at length in one of the Humpday updates. I don’t remember the exact date or even know if that thread is still around. Matt answered a lot of questions and let a lot of people deal with venting as you can imagine might happen. Originally renewals we’re going to be only done only annually. That decision was reversed and was left bi-annually.
  21. One thing for you to be aware of... it's possible to have multiple versions of PHP installed on a server, each with their own php.ini. It's possible your developer made a change to the PHP.ini file, but the question was it the RIGHT one. If you check your ACP's support section, there is a section for phpinfo which will show a lot of environmental data: www.yourdomain.com/admin/?app=core&module=support&controller=phpinfo In this case, look at "Loaded Configuration File". That's the version being used by your instance. You can also create a test PHP script that will output what your server is reporting as disabled... Create a file (like test.php) with the following contents: <?php echo ini_get('disable_functions'); ?> The output should list all of the disabled modules and should look something like: exec, system, passthru, popen, proc_open, shell_exec
  22. Icons pointing to the old domain SHOULD not be effected by the license. It should work even with NO license. Which icons are not working? Have you made sure to rebuild the system cache from the ACP to see if that resolve it?
  23. I went back and looked up my old email. It was received on Tuesday September 14, 2021. So your renewal happened about a week before the change!
  24. Marketplace is 100% standalone. It's used to pay the app developers, etc and is separate from the main IPS offering. There is no way to transfer credits from IPS to Marketplace or vice versa. With that being said... PayPal does support paying via credit card as well. It's generally how I purchase all of my add ons as I don't keep money inside of a PayPal account. It's essentially just a payment gateway for me.
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