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  1. Hy Adriano I have the same problem, should I send you a MP with my ACP credentials ?? Or is there a solution Thanks
  2. Hi Aiwa :smile: IPS is going ahead, that is great. As said in my last post, current "World Wide Web" is not ready. Nobody is guilty here, just responsible: We all bear the responsability here of a pleasant user experience related with our communities. I respect user form my communities, they make a great effort to keep on. I do not want URLs from their posts to be considered spam, once shared on social networks, just because they look ugly. How could we neglect this issue, considering e.g. a great post there talking about how "friendly URLs" should be '?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent>> ? I am from Spain, Spanish language is the 2th most spoken in the world, not considering Hindu and Mandarin. Any big Spanish community is strictly avoiding special characters in URLs. That is a fact. Do we really believe IPS could not take into account those facts ? :sad: As already pointed out here, let me also add any of following issues probably related with special characters in URLs:
  3. Of course ! :smile: By the way, a big thanks to Sonya: great work, Sonya, much appreciated ! I have been talking about this issue here '?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent>> I have been hoping internet to go forward and to be able to accept special characters without any issue. In 2014 we are still here to discuss this issue, we still have problems because of special characters in URLs. I would really appreciate IPS to make an effort to fix this issue. I am deeply concerned because we, not English communties, cannot share properly links form our communities in social networks. Once shared, URLs including special charcacters form IPB looks spammy. That is because people copy and paste form address bar. Should we ask social users to change manually their link in order URL to look correctly as shared in social networks ? Towards IP4 we wish a default IPB fix for special characters in URL. I kindly require you, IPB Staff, to have a closer look at this issue. Thank you
  4. Sorry for opening an old post. This is still a big problem, e.g. as far as sharing a link on Facebook, special characters URLs coming form my IPB community are not being shared correctly. I am really worried about this :cry: I would like URLs to be clean, not special characters or special signs, neither capital letter on Tags (please, have also a look at this latest issue). Towards IP4, are you going to consider this serious issue for no-English communities ? Thanks
  5. Matt: I am planning to use very simple URLs, e.g. www.mysite/topic/12345/ being "12345" single topic ID and www.mysite/blog/12345/ being "12345" single blog ID, etc. Are you going to give us this option in ACP, I mean to use Post ID only, Forum ID only, gallery PIC-ID only, etc. in IP4 URLs ? Thank you
  6. Agree 100%, at the moment I have the "image button" disabled for the same reason: no external hot-linking and want user images to stay in my server. It is tedious for the user to be obliged to use "More Reply Options" and attachment system (also located at the bottom of the editor) in order to upload photos. Please, consider to enable the "Image Button" also for attachments and give the option to disable for external links. Thanks
  7. Agree 100%, aswered in your post: Thanks for your input !
  8. Exactly, also lines formatting goes crazy, this making post difficult to read. Please, consider this suggestion.
  9. Agree, thanks Mr 13 to point it out ! Average communities users will prefer "paste as plain text" being as a default.
  10. Does it mean you are later (IPS 4.0) going to consider CSS sprites for icons ? :smile: :smile:
  11. CallieJo, it is pleasant to discuss with you, first of all let me say thanks for your calm and respectful message. It would be great to have the option to use or not CSS sprites for emoticons. 100% agree on this point: please, consider to give us the option to easily use CSS sprites. GreenLinks, not to sound intrusive (forgive me in that case ;) ), what do you personally think about using CSS3 transform properties for icons as an alternative method?
  12. Thanks everyone for your feedbacks ! As suggested, I would love to discuss suggestions in a separate-focused topic. Suggestion #1, #2 and #7 are being linked to their own individual topics, anyone interested to support those ideas, please do it (link are located in the first post). #4 and #5 suggestions: anyone interested in this issue (Pure CSS3 icons and CSSsprite for icons and emoticons-smilies to reduce server requests), please help us supporting the following topic:
  13. Sorry to open again this old topic, as suggested by other veteran members ?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent>?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent> , I will use this topic already focused on the issue. As a suggestion to IPB Staff, please, consider to use CSS Sprite and new CSS3 transform properties techniques (wherever it is possible) in order to reduce HTTP requests. Here the discussion started in the other topic: ?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent>?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent> Exactly, thanks Feld0 for pointing it out. XenForo is doing it, more information here http://xenforo.com/community/threads/smilies-as-css-sprites.20121/ , it seems a great tool. ?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent>?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent> Hi, Wolfie, I would propose, toghether with CSS sprite, to use, wherever it is possible, CSS3 transform properties, please have a look here: http://nicolasgallagher.com/pure-css-gui-icons/ Anyone still using this addon: IPB CSS Sprites 0.99 BETA , does it fit with latest IPB versions ?
  14. Michael, I understand your concerns and I agree with you that a single focused topic is the best place to talk about a single suggestion. That is why suggestion #1, #2 and #7 are being linked to the individual post. Thanks for your input, I will start (or follow-up), as soon as possible, new topics (post) focused on suggestions #3, #4, #5, #6. I disagree with you on this point, this topic has been focused on a pure and sincere list of things I would love to see on our board, I mean this is an open minded, instinctive and passionate topic, I would say a “brain-storming” topic based on open briefing, that is why it has been originally posted in "Client Lounge" Forum, not in "FeedBack". We are all aware of the importance of random ideas, they are often a good way to poll, just my humble experience :rofl: . Thanks for your feedback.
  15. Hi IPB Team, I would really appreciate you consider those suggestions towards IPB 4 Social Suite: Have, as admin, a more robust control over users editing and deleting their own content A language comparison tool or list, deeply necessary as updating a no-English speaking community http://community.invisionpower.com/topic/372900-language-comparison-tool-or-list-urgent-to-avoid-serious-bugs/ IP Blog Global Categories, that is general categories created by admin: why are we not allowed to create general admin-level categories in blogs, being this possible in Gallery and Forum? Using CSS3 animation to create Pure CSS icons or, alternatively, using a CSS sprite for icons to reduce server requests. A CSS sprite for emoticons (Smilies) to improve page speed. Page HTML and CSS default compression. IP Nexus as an affiliate price comparison script, that is IP Nexus being able to import an XML or CSV affiliate product datafeed Thanks for listening :smile:
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