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  1. Because of the malicious practices of Apple. Also because you most definitely do not want a situation where a market gets monopolized.
  2. Version 1.2.1

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    This plugin will prevent Commerce asking the customer for their real name and address information when purchasing a subscription. Features: Disable billing addresses completely or allow the customer to choose whether to enter a billing address by enabling opt-in billing. Opt-in billing will work for all purchases which do not require billing information, not just subscriptions. Optionally disable billing addresses for all physical products. Useful if for example you would like to use Commerce's shipping feature for tracking purposes of non-physical goods. Please note that if you use PayPal as a payment gateway with Billing Agreements set to Required, this plugin will not be able to help you as PayPal requires address information for Billing Agreements. If Billing Agreements are optional or disabled this plugin will work fine with PayPal.

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  3. The way modern webshops handle address forms (at least here in The Netherlands) is that you basically only get 3 fields: ZIP code, house number and an optional suffix (for instance if your house number is 123 B, the B would go into the suffix field). The full address is then automatically fetched from an address database. Personally, I love webshops that do this. It really does take the notorious pain away from address forms.
  4. You can disable billing information in the ACP → Commerce → Settings (below Payments) → Checkout → Require customer's real name and Billing Address when However, this may not be what you want if you also sell non free products next to your free products.
  5. I'm using my own developed framework, which essentially acts like a bridge between different platforms. This allows me to pull content from any system (which it supports) through a single API and render it by passing it either to IPS' template system or the build-in render engine. If you only want to create a custom 'homepage' without using IP.Pages, you could just pull your main template through the IPS API and pass your own content variables to it.
  6. What began with a very small phpBB community board revolving around our Tactical Ops game servers back in April 2013, eventually grew out to what it is today: a slightly larger community. Although we're just a small gaming community, we never stopped evolving. Hence our migration to IPB in December '13. https://tacticalsquare.com (not using IP.Pages) https://tacticalsquare.com/gamestats/
  7. Well, for Nginx all you need is one try_files directive: try_files $uri $uri/ /index.php?$args;
  8. Taken from /applications/core/modules/admin/promotion/seo.php (lines 443-453): <IfModule mod_rewrite.c> Options -MultiViews RewriteEngine On RewriteBase {$dir} RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteRule \\.(js|css|jpeg|jpg|gif|png|ico)(\\?|$) - [L,NC,R=404] RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d RewriteRule . {$dir}index.php [L] </IfModule> Don't forget to replace "{$dir}" with your installation directory. $dir = str_replace( \IPS\CP_DIRECTORY . '/index.php', '', $_SERVER['PHP_SELF'] );
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