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Nathan Explosion

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  1. 5 minutes ago, Clover13 said:

    The upgrade check (assuming developer has implemented it) should also pull in changes once you've upgraded

    The upgrade check process simply alerts you that a new version is available - it doesn't pull anything in.

    6 minutes ago, Clover13 said:

    but you'd only know that after you upgrade

    Or you click the "Check for updates" button before you upgrade to see if there is a new version available (if the update check URL is implemented)

  2. 3 minutes ago, Clover13 said:

    It was certainly always helpful to get a comprehensive preview of what was identified as version approved by devs during an upgrade.

    This was always based on 4.7.x - it never went more granular than that to 4.7.11 and so on; if it had then developers would have been needing to do updates each and every month just to reflect support for each new version (4.7.12 or 4.7.13, etc.)

    End of the day - do your due diligence; check the developer's site, see if a new update has been released and check the change log if one is provided. Test, if you have the ability to do so, and if still in doubt, ask the developer.

  3. To me it looks like you've still got the folders from IP Board 3.x or earlier in place on your site, and within those folders someone has placed a tonne of dodgy PHP files.

    The following folders can be dumped as they are definitely from IP Board, assuming you're not holding on to them for a reason:

    /cache
    /converge_local
    /lofiversion
    /interface
    /style_images
    /public
    /ips_kernel
     

  4. The reason for the original issue is that 2180291008 is higher than 2147483647, which is the maximum value of an INT column if the column is signed, which is the default for INT - unsigned (for zero and positive numbers only) allows that limit to be doubled.

    https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.7/en/integer-types.html

    https://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/8.0/en/integer-types.html

  5. This is the JS call to bring in the validator plugin:

    <script src="https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/jquery.validation/1.16.0/jquery.validate.min.js"></script>

    If you go to the site for the plugin, you'll see that the current release is 1.19.5, so you might want to consider updating your code to use the most recent version before you try troubleshooting further.

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