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Stuart Silvester

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    Stuart Silvester got a reaction from mcartemon2we23 in Add to Homepage for Mobile Devices   
    Hi Gazza!
    Yes, this is enabled by our Progressive Web Application (PWA) improvements coming soon in 4.6
     
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    Stuart Silvester got a reaction from Jordan Invision in Add to Homepage for Mobile Devices   
    Hi Gazza!
    Yes, this is enabled by our Progressive Web Application (PWA) improvements coming soon in 4.6
     
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    Stuart Silvester reacted to GazzaGarratt in Add to Homepage for Mobile Devices   
    Awesome news @Stuart Silvester! Apologies for not seeing this in the detail when I read it previously! 😄
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    Stuart Silvester got a reaction from GazzaGarratt in Add to Homepage for Mobile Devices   
    Hi Gazza!
    Yes, this is enabled by our Progressive Web Application (PWA) improvements coming soon in 4.6
     
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    Stuart Silvester got a reaction from Linux-Is-Best in Add to Homepage for Mobile Devices   
    Hi Gazza!
    Yes, this is enabled by our Progressive Web Application (PWA) improvements coming soon in 4.6
     
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    Stuart Silvester got a reaction from Gauravk in Add invision to home screen feature   
    Mobile Browsers will do this when a progressive web app (PWA) is supported, this is something that is coming soon!
     
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    Stuart Silvester got a reaction from sobrenome in Google Maps APi Keys. Where is the secret key?   
    The 'secret key' is a second API key that you need to create. The 'secrect key' is used for server-side Google Maps API requests, the purpose of having a second key is that you can lock it to your web server IP address. We've improved this area for 4.5 to make it much clearer.
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    Stuart Silvester got a reaction from media in Critical Resource Updates   
    Hi,
    I wanted to clarify the process for any critical updates you may need to make that may potentially need a higher priority when it comes to a review. A critical issue would be something that causes a large impacting issue to your resource, such as a fatal error that prevents it from working.
    Submit the new version of your resource with only the fix for the issue, no other bug fixes or enhancements. Specify in the change log what the fix is for (so it's obvious to us what you are fixing). Submit a support ticket asking for an expedited review. Asking for an expedited review doesn't guarantee we'll be able to do it, but we'll try our best where possible.
    Thank you!
    Stuart
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    Stuart Silvester got a reaction from sobrenome in Schema Markup for Top Answer Cards   
    I cannot, I haven't actually seen these display for any site yet.
    As I note though, with a lot of the structured data, it's completely upto the search engine what they choose to display. We support it, and the data is there so it will be used if they deem it to be suitable.
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    Stuart Silvester got a reaction from sobrenome in Schema Markup for Top Answer Cards   
    We already provide best answer (or acceptedAnswer) information in the JSON-LD output. It's up to Google whether they actually use it for your site though.
    For example, this answered topic: https://invisioncommunity.com/forums/topic/461682-forums-card-title/

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    Stuart Silvester reacted to Daniel F in IPS 4.6 News - Round 2   
    Few months have passed since our last post here, so let's get ready to rumble🙂
    Supported PHP & MySQL Versions:
    The PHP min version was increased to PHP 7.2 in IPS 4.6, this means that your marketplace submissions are required to work with this version, but keep in mind that few clients are going to use php8, so I would really suggest to try to get your code working with both versions, which means that you'll need to implement some changes to avoid some BC breaks in PHP8.
    Here's a great list https://www.php.net/manual/en/migration80.incompatible.php
    Security Improvements:
    I have mentioned this change in another topic today, so let's recap it here too:)
    We have a new IN_DEV code check similar to the slash check, which will inform you about any outputs containing the CSRF key in the URL.
    This is a bad practice allowing attackers and 3rd parties to obtain the users CSRF key, so please try avoid this at any cost!
    We're not going to reject MP submissions because of this, but please try to avoid this as much as much as possible.
    Withdrawal Requests:
    Please keep in mind that you're permitted to have only one payout request per week;) Since this didn't work out that great and to avoid any drama about canceled requests, this is going to be handled now automatically. As long as there's an open request, you won't be able to submit any new requests! But don't worry, you'll still be able to cancel it and create a new request!
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    Stuart Silvester reacted to mattj in File upload problem with a DomainException (6)   
    Thank you very much @Stuart Silvester we resolved our problem 🙂
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    Stuart Silvester got a reaction from mattj in File upload problem with a DomainException (6)   
    A SERVER_CONFIGURATION error suggests that PHP is triggering the error because of a PHP extension issue:
     
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    Stuart Silvester got a reaction from Tabilo in File upload problem with a DomainException (6)   
    A SERVER_CONFIGURATION error suggests that PHP is triggering the error because of a PHP extension issue:
     
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    Stuart Silvester got a reaction from The Old Man in Silly stuff what I noticed with IPS 4.6.0 CA1.1 - part 1   
    Oh go on, we'll let you post bugs now 😝
    The issue is fixed.
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    Stuart Silvester got a reaction from Sonya* in File upload problem with a DomainException (6)   
    A SERVER_CONFIGURATION error suggests that PHP is triggering the error because of a PHP extension issue:
     
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    Stuart Silvester got a reaction from abobader in Silly stuff what I noticed with IPS 4.6.0 CA1.1 - part 1   
    Oh go on, we'll let you post bugs now 😝
    The issue is fixed.
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    Stuart Silvester got a reaction from Linux-Is-Best in Silly stuff what I noticed with IPS 4.6.0 CA1.1 - part 1   
    Oh go on, we'll let you post bugs now 😝
    The issue is fixed.
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    Stuart Silvester got a reaction from Adriano Faria in (DF41) Enhanced User Info Panel (Support Topic)   
    You can go to https://invisioncommunity.com/clients/purchases/ and click renew next to the purchase
  20. Haha
    Stuart Silvester got a reaction from Adriano Faria in Silly stuff what I noticed with IPS 4.6.0 CA1.1 - part 1   
    Oh go on, we'll let you post bugs now 😝
    The issue is fixed.
  21. Haha
    Stuart Silvester got a reaction from Jim M in Silly stuff what I noticed with IPS 4.6.0 CA1.1 - part 1   
    Oh go on, we'll let you post bugs now 😝
    The issue is fixed.
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    Stuart Silvester got a reaction from Nathan Explosion in Silly stuff what I noticed with IPS 4.6.0 CA1.1 - part 1   
    Oh go on, we'll let you post bugs now 😝
    The issue is fixed.
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    Stuart Silvester got a reaction from Meddysong in Clear Cache   
    You probably don't need it with 4.6, we've changed how the support section works so there's a simple button to clear caches.
    More info:
     
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    Stuart Silvester got a reaction from Maxxius in Clear Cache   
    You probably don't need it with 4.6, we've changed how the support section works so there's a simple button to clear caches.
    More info:
     
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    Stuart Silvester got a reaction from Thomas P in Upgraded ubuntu to PHP 7.4.3 now errors   
    It sounds like your server no longer meets the minimum requirements for Invision Community.
    The DomDocument extension is enabled by default (and is perhaps missing from your PHP 7.4 build) and is required to run a lot of PHP based software. Please run our requirement checker to see if anything else is missing
     
    If that doesn't show anything missing, I would next suggest re-uploading a copy of Invision Community, overwriting your existing files.
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