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teraßyte

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  1. Usually, you'd just uninstall the old/disabled plugins. Or are you saying you have extra folders/files in the /plugins folder after uninstalling the plugins?
  2. I asked to add such an option to the JS module back in September 2022: Nothing has changed so far. Being able to change the time is a really basic feature that should be included IMO. 🙄
  3. You are mixing up the terms here. If they can login into ACP they are restricted admins rather than restricted moderators. 🙄 Admins = Admin CP Moderators = Front End
  4. Yeah, a badge for every point would be a bit too much. 😅 You can use this instead: https://invisioncommunity.com/developers/rest-api?endpoint=core/members/POSTitem It's possible to alter the number of points a user has by using the rawProperties parameter. You'll need to first GET how many points the user (API link) has and then save the value including your extra points, though.
  5. Either curl_multi_exec() is disabled by the hosting for all PHP versions, or the package was compiled without it(?). In any case, it's something you should check directly with the hosting. I had a client with the same issue before. Their hosting had disabled the function and refused to enable it. They ended up changing hosting as a last resort. 🤷‍♂️
  6. Well, the issue is that you can't connect to MySQL with the account/credentials you've used so far. It's not a question of supporting non-WP-specific software or not, the MySQL account simply isn't working. 🤷‍♂️ You could upload a simple PHP script that tries to connect to MySQL with the same account to prove your point I guess. Here's an example code: <?php $servername = "localhost"; $username = "username"; $password = "password"; $database = "database"; // Create connection $conn = new mysqli($servername, $username, $password, $database); // Check connection if ($conn->connect_error) { die("Connection failed: " . $conn->connect_error); } echo "Connected successfully"; // Close connection $conn->close(); If they still won't help, it's probably time to change hosting... 🙄
  7. Yes, that's the one. Just like I said in in my previous reply, you have a permission denied error when trying to connect to the database: PHP Fatal error: Uncaught IPS\\Db\\Exception: Permission denied in /nas/content/live/mypbtinstitute/community/system/Db/Db.php This is something that your hosting needs to check. The software is being denied access to the MySQL database. Something must have broken/changed on their side if you didn't make any changes.
  8. That seems to be the access log rather than the error log, and both links are for WP's login page.
  9. Refresh your site's homepage and then check again the logs. It should be the latest log available. If unsure, try posting a few different errors and we can try to figure it out. This is an example of what it should look like from another topic: It won't be the same exact error, but you can at least see how it should look.
  10. A 500 Error is too generic. You need to look at the server/PHP error log to figure out what the real error behind it is. Once you find it, we can go from there. EDIT Actually, I just tried to open your site and I'm getting a slightly different error compared to your screenshot. There's an additional Permission denied row. It might be related to MySQL. 🤔 You'll still need to look up the real error, though.
  11. There is no integration available in Invision Community for what you're asking. You'll need a custom modification for it.
  12. @Marc Stridgen I've seen tons of people switch to PHP 8.2 and think all is good because the requirements checker doesn't throw any error. Instead of checking only the minimum version, you should consider adding also a maximum PHP version check. It would help a lot. 🙄
  13. If clearing the CloudFlare cache works, it might be caching things wrong. 🤔 Have you tried temporarily disabling CF completely to see if the error goes away?
  14. You can manually add a noindex Meta Tag to the page: https://invisioncommunity.com/4guides/promotion/seo-r295/#metatags
  15. A couple of questions: Have you cleared the cache from ACP after changing hosting? Guide here => https://invisioncommunity.com/4guides/client-services/getting-support-r292/ Do you have any errors in your browser's console?
  16. There's no separate download for it. You can recreate it anytime in ACP by clicking the + Create New button at the top of the Themes page. If you choose Manual Mode the default theme will appear just like after a fresh install of Invision Community.
  17. Not really, you only need to create the ADs in your ACP for the places you want. Each ad allows you to select which groups will see it. Here's a link to the guide: Unless Ezoic requires some kind of special (?) setup, you should be fine with the guide I linked.
  18. Looks like you've used the same prefix for both Invision Community and WordPress. 🤔
  19. If it helps, I've seen people use MariaDB 10.6~10.11 with 4.7 (and 10.11 is the latest 10.x branch release). I haven't seen anyone using MariaDB 11.x yet, though. If you want to avoid issues, I'd only upgrade up to 10.11 for now. 🤷‍♂️
  20. Yes, there is some kind of issue with the automatic upgrade system: You have 3 options right now: Wait for IPS to fix the issue. It happened during the holidays period, so they haven't fully fixed it yet it seems. Do a manual upgrade yourself: https://invisioncommunity.com/4guides/advanced-options/server-management/install-and-upgrade-r259/#manualupgrade If you're not comfortable doing the manual upgrade yourself, hire someone to do it for you.
  21. Ah okay. That's an issue on IPS's side then. Either wait for IPS to fix the issue, or proceed with a manual upgrade. Considering it's the end of the year, it will most likely take a few days before it's resolved.
  22. From which version to which version are you trying to upgrade? For example, if you are still on a version that uses PHP 7.4, the automatic upgrade won't work because you also need to update PHP to version 8.0/8.1. In this case, you can only proceed with a manual upgrade.
  23. You likely have a huge achievements activity log, and the bigger the table grows, the slower the site is. I've seen it happen before. Try enabling the setting to prune the old logs and see if it helps:
  24. It's been broken for months now... 🙄
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